Reflection Collection Towels
Weave Along with Sarah Jackson: Reflection Collection Towels
These designer-towels look complex but are achievable even for beginning weavers. They're a great way to explore color in a parallel threading design inspired by Marian Stubenitsky's book “Weaving with Echo and Iris”. Four treadling variations result in four unique towels.
We save you time and expense by winding just the right amount of all eight colors needed to create these gorgeous color combinations.
A four-color warp plus four different weft colors are used to weave four generously sized (18" x 26½") towels. You'll be amazed to discover how the treadling and color variations impact the woven fabric!
The structure for the towels is an echo (also known as parallel) threading on four shafts and provides an excellent introduction to the concept of woven iridescence.
Join Sarah Jackson's Four-Shaft Weave-Along on Facebook. She'll guide you through the pattern and support you with weaving hints and tips and lots of encouragement. You'll be able to ask questions and get immediate answers, share your progress, and celebrate each others work.
Equipment needed: 4-shaft loom, 23" weaving width; 10 or 15-dent reed; 1 shuttle; 1 bobbin
Instructions needed: *Sarah Jackson’s Reflection Collection PDF Pattern for all warping and weaving instructions. (*sold separately)
Finished Size: four generously sized towels (18" x 26½-28" each)
Designed by Sarah Jackson