Bumberet Inspired Towels
Traditionally Bumberet Towels are woven on a 4 shaft loom and are threaded in groups of three. These towels have brought bumberet to rigid heddle weavers!
The use of a pick-up stick creates a richly textured and eye catching towel reminiscent of a traditional bumberet towel.
Weave structure: texture weave
Yarns: Aurora Earth 8/2 Cottons in six colors.
Equipment needed: rigid heddle loom; 24” weaving width, 10 dent reed, 4 stick shuttles or boat shuttle with extra bobbins, 1 pick-up stick.
Skill Level: The pattern is a simple repeat but does requires extra patience to warp.
Finished size: two towels approximately 19”x 30”
Instructions needed: Available from The Rogue Weaver.
Note: This kit includes all yarns needed to weave these towels. The pattern can be found in the link supplied above at The Rogue Weaver. You will need to purchase this pattern separately.
Designed by Tammy Bast at The Rogue Weaver
These are a stunning pair of towels and Tammy Bast writes an amazing pattern! It's called "Bumberet Inspired" but it truly is the Bumberet weaving pattern, achieved with pick-up sticks. The colors of the Aurora Earth in the kit just pop with the pattern! I love that I don't need to purchase entire cones of colors to make these on my rigid heddle loom.