Waffle weave towels

Indulge in the ultimate comfort with our collection of luxurious waffle weave towels. Experience the softness and absorbency that will transform your bathing routine into a spa-like experience.
Weaving Patterns Loom, Weaving Designs, Weaving Projects, Loom Weaving, Types Of Weaving, Types Of Patterns, The Diagram, Waffle Weave Towels, Thing 1

Facebook Twitter Pinterest 491 Like When it comes to weaving there are so many different types of patterns that you can create! That is one of the wonderful things about it. So full of possibilities! Waffle weave is a really fun and dimensional weaving pattern that can be used for both practical and decorative purposes. […]

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Mary Beth
waffle weave pattern guide Weaving Patterns Loom, Loom Weaving, Rigid Heddle Weaving, Types Of Patterns, Waffle Weave Towels, Three Dimensional, Things To Come, How To Plan, Spinning

Facebook Twitter Pinterest 491 Like When it comes to weaving there are so many different types of patterns that you can create! That is one of the wonderful things about it. So full of possibilities! Waffle weave is a really fun and dimensional weaving pattern that can be used for both practical and decorative purposes. […]

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Joke Schimmer
Rigid Heddle Weaving, Heddle Loom, Weaving Yarn, Hand Weaving, Weaving Designs, Weaving Projects, Loom Pattern, Towel Pattern, Hand Towels

Weaving waffle weave hand towels. I have just finished a set of hand towels in waffle weave. I love this weave structure. Here is the draw down. I have used green, red, blue and white to show the structure clearly. It is woven using seven shafts. Drawdown for 7 shaft waffle weave hand towels. Warp: 8/2 cotton in three colours, natural, light green and dark green. Weft: 8/2 cotton in three colours, natural, light green and dark green. Sett: 24 epi Total number of warp ends: 589 ends. The…

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Girouardchantal
Rigid Heddle Weaving Patterns, Heddle Loom, Dish Towels, Hand Towels, Tea Towels, How To Make Waffles, Patterned Dishes, Dish Rag, Waffle Weave Towels

It's kind of funny (to me anyways) but the main thing I wanted to weave when I got my rigid heddle loom is dish towels. After experimenting with thinner 8/2 cotton yarn I decided to try a thicker 3/2 Valley yarn. I also wanted to try doing a waffle weave. Several tutorials and you tube videos later (and another WEBS order for yarn and a pick up stick) I started weaving and loved the results! After I took it off the loom and washed & dried it I was even happier. The waffle weave makes for…

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Pam C