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September 20, 2022 newsletter

Linen Lace Scarf in English Rose

Our Linen Lace Scarf is one of my favourites – I know…how can I choose just one 😉 We thought it would look fabulous in our 40/2 English Rose Linen yarn and it does! One of my favourite Lace structures is Canvas Weave and our English Rose Linen makes it shine. The beauty of this linen is that the more you wear it and love it – the softer it gets – linen is happiest being out and about. Have fun weaving one for your wardrobe and another for someone special in your life!

Jane

All the yarn you need
Level of Difficulty: Advanced Beginner
Weave structure: Canvas Weave
Material: 40/2 linen

Shafts: 4
Reed: 10 dent
Weaving width: 16.5″

Each kit makes: 2 scarves

We can make this kit for you in any colour you’d like! Simply, put the Lavender Lace kit into your cart and, from the checkout screen in the “notes” section, let us know what colour you would like us to make your kit in.

Huck Lace Falling Leaves Tea Towel Kit


Are you ready for Fall? You can sit at your loom and imagine of the piles of leaves under magnificent trees as you see the Fall colours laid out in front of you as you weave! These lovely towels feature Huck Lace which gives you a chance to “play” with Huck and create the designs provided in the pattern OR create your own designs. You will have 8 tea towels when your warp is done that can be used as gifts or kept for your kitchen, brightening it up with the colours of Fall!


From Our Inbox

The day that France Therrien’s email popped into our Inbox was a happy day! We love seeing how new weavers, and more experienced ones, take what they’ve learned from the School of Weaving and are inspired to create new designs with their expanded knowledge. We thought you would enjoy seeing how France has explored Turned Twill after falling in love with that structure.

I have been weaving since 2010 and I am passionate about the classes Jane Stafford offers to learn even more about weaving my own projects. I fell in love with the turn twill. This is my first creation with Fiberworks. This technique brings me a lot of satisfaction because it is infinite. Each piece is unique. Color, texture, shape etc. I continue to learn the other techniques but I often come back to the turn twill, like a relaxation.

For the moment, I have a full-time job in accounting, and I learn in the morning with lunch or in the evening, but I hope one day to work less and have more fun while weaving. 

Thank you Jane and all your team for giving us this unique experience.


We offer FREE shipping on all Louet looms within Continental North America. We also offer the option to pay a $1000.00 CAD deposit on your loom with the balance due when the loom ships out to you. This gives you the flexibility to make smaller payments towards your balance, at your convenience.


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