Woven Textile Design

[Jan Shenton] µ Woven Textile Design ✓ Read Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. Woven Textile Design Illustrated throughout with diagrams, weaving plans, and beautiful examples from contemporary designers, the book also includes tips on using different yarns and colors to create stunning and unique designs.Offering clear, practical advice, this book will show you how to interpret your initial concepts and develop your ideas on the loom.. From the most basic of plain weaves, through twill weaves, textured weaves such as seersucker, crepe, and corded cloths to more complicated designs created wit

Woven Textile Design

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Rating : 4.58 (728 Votes)
Asin : 178067337X
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 224 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-02-12
Language : English

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. Jan Shenton is a weaver, whose designs are bought by manufacturers and design houses in America, Canada, Europe, and Japan. Her clients are high profile companies and include Louis Vuitton, Donna Karan, Polo Ralph Lauren, Etro, Weave Corporation, American Pacific, Cone Jacquards, Custo, Salvatore Ferragamo, Diane Von Furstenberg, Etincelle Couture, and Lululemon. She is a lecturer in woven textiles at Loughborough University

"Good buy for the adventurous or curious weaver" according to Lynda Delallo. I bought this book not being sure if there would be enough content to justify the price. This book is great! There is a very small section on basics, which I like since some books include so much basic information that it takes up half the book. There are all kinds of interesting techniques and great color photos of the weavings. I recommend this book if you are interested in weaving that is beyond ordinary.. "Idea Book for Weavers" according to Beryl A. Moody. Woven Textile Design is a big, beautifully illustrated idea book for weavers. From plain weave on two shafts to 16 shaft draft ideas, Jan Shenton doesn't leave anyone out in the cold. For me, the highlights of this book are warp and weft distortions, extra warp and weft patterning, seersucker, patterned double weave and weaving horizontal pleats (not for the faint of heart). There are plenty of other techniques and ideas presented in addition to those mentioned, making it suitable for weavers of all levels of experience to learn something new. The book is loaded with col. More design less newbie information I was really excited about this book but was disappointed in the lack of design methods. Guess it would be great for a beginning weaver as she goes over all the basic structure of weaves. 5 pages of design information and all the rest on different weaving structures.Most of the pages prior to to those 5 pages is also basic weaving that can be found in multiple books already published. Will either sell, donate or give this one away.

. She is a lecturer in woven textiles at Loughborough University. Her clients are high profile companies and include Louis Vuitton, Donna Karan, Polo Ralph Lauren, Etro, Weave Corporation, American Pacific, Cone Jacquards, Custo, Salvatore Ferragamo, Diane Von Furstenberg, Etincelle Couture, and Lululemon. About the Author Jan Shenton is a weaver, whose designs are bought by manufacturers and design houses in America, Canada, Europe, and Japan

Illustrated throughout with diagrams, weaving plans, and beautiful examples from contemporary designers, the book also includes tips on using different yarns and colors to create stunning and unique designs.Offering clear, practical advice, this book will show you how to interpret your initial concepts and develop your ideas on the loom.. From the most basic of plain weaves, through twill weaves, textured weaves such as seersucker, crepe, and corded cloths to more complicated designs created with extra threads woven in, a wide range of patterns are covered. Woven Textile Design offers a comprehensive introduction to weaving for all those wishing to design and produce a wide range of fabrics from scratch.Starting with the basics of woven textile design, the book looks at how to draw up and interpret records and notation, before explaining how different types of cloth are constructed

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