From Hopi to Huck Towels

From Hopi to Huck Towels

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This weaving kit includes all the yarns needed to weave these From Hopi to Huck Towels that were designed by Roseanne White and featured in Winning Towels of the 21st Century from Long Thread Media.

The colors and design for these towels were inspired by Native American pottery. The huck-lace dogwood blossom pattern highlights the spaced lines of color.  

These towels are woven “sideways” - the hems are on the long side and the selvedges on the short side. 

Weave structure: Huck lace

Yarns: 8/2 Aurora Earth 100% cotton

Equipment: 8 shaft loom; 10 dent reed; 29" weaving width; 3 shuttle

Finished size: four kitchen towels 25.5" x 16" each (the pattern makes two towels, but we have supplied enough yardage in this kit to make four towels on a 126" (3 1/2 yd) warp.

Instructions needed:  Winning-Towels-Handwovens-21st-Century-Towel-Contest available from Long Thread Media.

Note:  This kit includes all yarns needed to weave these towels.  The pattern can be found in the Handwoven magazine noted above.  You will need to purchase this magazine if you don't already own a copy.
Photos by Joe Coca