Here are a few Loomette patterns I diagrammed today. Not sure if I’ve ever woven them, so I don’t have photo samples of the squares. If you want the typed-out instructions you can find them in The Loomette Handbook: New Weaves, Vogues and Suggestions. Scroll past all the Weave-It pamphlets and it’s the fourth Loomette booklet. Read More →
This pattern is so named because it reminded me of the actual checkers on the board, not necessarily the straight lines of squares.
If you didn’t die of boredom looking at the photo of this square, read on.
I’m not crazy about this one, but the flower-ish design in the center of two columns (on the back of the square) is interesting. Perhaps I don’t favor this sample because it’s woven with L1&2/3&4 warping, which is my least favorite combination. It might be worth weaving with L1 darker/2-4 lighter.
This is the first in a series of DuO patterns. I’m not crazy about it, but I’m posting it in case someone else wants to try it. I remember how much trouble I had designing the number 8 and here I just stumbled across it. (However, this is what I’d call the negative version; the back of the square is not as clearly an 8. Still it might be worth a rewrite…)