My First Tea Towels by the Rogue Weaver

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Did you buy a loom because you wanted to weave towels, but you don’t know where to begin?

If this is the case, we have the perfect project for you! This yarn pack will supply you with all the yarns you'll need, then pop over to therogueweaver.com to get the pattern.  It's time to enjoy the process of weaving without any frustration that comes with learning something new. Tammy has designed a pattern that will walk you through every step of the process, from setting up your loom to hemming and finishing with success!

Tammy compiled numerous new videos, relevant blog posts, and included in-depth written instructions with pictures to ensure that you finish this project, confident that you can move on, and weave up your own designs.

You will learn how to set up your loom, warp two colors, wind the warp, tie on, weave, make invisible color changes, and hem your towels.

Our kits are wound on convenient cones for easy warping, and we supply two cones per color for winding your shuttles double strand.

Weave structure: plain weave

Yarns: Aurora Earth 8/2 Cottons

Your yarn pack will come with white and the color of your choice. We also can make special order kits in any of Aurora Earth Cottons. Contact us to customize your kit.

Equipment needed: rigid heddle loom; 20" weaving width; 10 dent reed; 2 shuttles.

Finished size:  two towels 16.75” x 26.5” hemmed.

Instructions needed: My First Tea Towels Pattern from therogueweaver.com. This comprehensive pattern will walk you through each step of weaving your very first set of towels.  (available 6-15-24)

This weaving kit includes all the yarns needed to weave these Tea Towels that were designed by Tammy Bast, The Rogue Weaver. The pattern is sold separately and can be found at therogueweaver.com.

Photos by Tammy Bass

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Brenda Sommerville
Comprehensive

I I am not a beginning weaver, but I wish I had this information when I first started. Th ese instructions are wonderfully comprehensive and well organized. Thank you,
Brenda Sommerville