By Marian Stubenitsky. This is the book for weavers who are fascinated with structures and the way that a simple three-, four-, or six-thread unit can be repeated and manipulated to create a variety of dramatic patterns. She explores the use of this technique using twill, huck, and Bateman Park weave. Many drafts are given as well as color photos of fabrics that demonstrate the techniques. Some drafts are for four or eight harnesses but many are for twelve or more.
Hardcover, 211 pages