Gallery – 2015
And here’s a close-up:
This year I learned to design and weave Turned Taqueté. I designed and wove this scarf on 12 shafts using 8/2 Tencel for the warp and a thin, 20/2 cotton yarn for the weft. In this scarf the warp-emphasis weave works well with a sett of 40 ends per inch and about 30 picks per inch. I will be sharing samples of this scarf with my Fine Threads Study Group at Complex Weavers as this year’s study.
And here’s a close-up of this scarf:
The above is another Turned Taqueté scarf I designed and wove on 8 shafts using Tencel and rayon with the same sett as the other scarf of 40 epi and 30 ppi. I wrote a full post with drafts and notes about this scarf at this link.
The above are turned taqueté variations described in detail with drafts and more photos in this post.
The photo above is of another Turned Taqueté scarf, this time I painted the warp. My post about warp painting has more info about this scarf – Warp Painting: Turned Taquete & Plain Weave.
My last weaving project this year is this painted warp plain weave scarf. You can find more info about this scarf in the same post as the previous scarf.