By Betty Linn Davenport. The rigid heddle loom is light, portable and particularly suited for plain weave fabrics. The fabrics don't have to be simple, though, once you start experimenting with color and texture. Davenport starts off by telling you how to select a loom, then goes on to warping it and weaving on it. She discusses sett, balanced weave, weft-emphasis and weft-faced fabrics, warp-emphasis and warp-faced fabrics, surface textures, and tapestry. If you want to start weaving with a very small investment, this is the way to go. Very well-illustrated in black & white and color.
Softcover, 120 pages