The paired direction changes force a diagonal groove into the fabric, creating a natural grip for pan handles. Continue reading “Ziggity-Do-Dah”
Playful line crossings look very different on the reverse of this mostly tabby design. Continue reading “Haring To Go”
Out of right angles, a diamond appears! The fabric distortions at the floats forcing the direction changes enhance the optical illusion by drawing your eye.
Continue reading “Floating Diamond”
A maze of twisty little passages, all alike! The quadrilateral symmetry of this pattern makes the pattern repetitive to weave if you work from the center out to the edges.
The meander is a classical Greek motif. The back of this pattern is the same design, offset. Created by Simon Cavalletto Dec. 2020. Continue reading “Greek Key for 27 peg potholder looms”
The hearts pattern was a gift from Simon Cavalletto to me, Valentine’s Day 2021, to celebrate our 25th anniversary. Numerous twills create a soft and cozy fabric. Continue reading “It’s Raining Hearts (Hallelujah!)”
One of my favorite patterns, this labyrinth was designed by Simon Cavalletto at my request in Nov. 2020. It was inspired by the 13th Century design on the floor of Chartres Cathedral. Continue reading “Chartres Labyrinth for 27 peg potholder loom”
Another pattern where the front and back are wildly different. You could adapt this pattern to the smaller 18 peg loom by selecting a subset of the pattern, whichever section pleases you most. Continue reading “Nesting boxes for 27 peg potholder loom”