Elemental huck-lace top

Jackson, Sarah H.
March 2012
Handwoven;Mar/Apr2012, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p62
The article discusses how to weave a 6-shaft huck-lace top using huck lace, strips of cloth and bamboo yarn. It states the difficulties experienced by the author in fitting the plain weave and weft stripes of huck in the panel width as well as sleying the ribbon passing the reed. It provides tips on designing the garment. It also provides instructions on creating the huck-lace top by including the draft, panel measurements and assembling the panels.


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