Tapestry weaving lets you be more free-form with your weaving, or you can follow a cartoon.
The front cover states, “A Complete Guide to Mastering the Techniques for Making Images with Yarn.” The back cover states, “A Guided Journey from Yarn to Art.” These statements are an excellent description of what you will experience with this book.
I purchased the hardback book from Amazon.
The Art of Tapestry Weaving
A Complete Guide to Mastering the Techniques for Making Images with Yarn
by Rebecca Mezoff
Publisher: Storey Publishing, LLC (November 3, 2020
Put aside those preconceptions of dusty, medieval tapestries hanging on castle walls! Tapestry weaving has a whole new look, and fiber enthusiasts of all levels are eager to try their hand at creating images with yarn. Rebecca Mezoff, a renowned teacher of contemporary tapestry weaving, shares her techniques in this in-depth guide to every aspect of the process, from developing a color palette to selecting yarn, warping the loom, and weaving the image. Crafters can choose from inexpensive tabletop, and hand-held looms to larger floor looms. Detailed step-by-step photos and inspiring examples from a range of weaver artists make this a one-stop resource for tapestry weaving how-to.
Rebecca Mezoff starts with a history of tapestry weaving and what it is and what isn’t.
In this comprehensive book, you will learn about all the different loom types that may be used.
Weaving techniques covered include:
*Warping techniques for popular looms
*How to master weft tension
*How to adjust the steepness of woven angles and steps
*How to create vertical curves, circles, and outlines
*Discover design inspiration
*Learn what “meet and separate” means
*Find an excellent list of Terms to Know
This book will make an excellent addition to any weaver’s reference library.