By Jan Shenton. This book is aimed at the weaver who wants to design unique fabrics for a wide variety of purposes. Shenton examines a variety of structures and explores ways of using them in unusual ways to make one-of-a-kind artistic fabrics. Structures covered include plain weave, twill, and double weave, as well as fabrics that make use of color and weave effects and textured weaves. Many require the use of a dobby loom.
Sc, 224 pages