Multi-Shaft Weaving Patterns
A collection of multi-shaft weaving patterns and other inspiration for your 4-shaft loom.
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The colors and textures of this silk scarf paint an impressionistic picture of dancing lights. A soft gradient warp is created by alternating two shades of blue thread-by-thread, providing a plain weave backdrop for the Monk’s Belt floats darting across the foreground. This modern interpretation of a classic weave structure can be appreciated year-round with the lightweight and airy hand of Sero Silk Noil. Designed by Mariah Xu.
These soft, absorbent towels are woven in a combination of plain weave, waffle weave, and twill, using three colors of Beam Organic Cotton. This project encourages weavers of all skill levels to create a functional piece of cloth using bold color combinations and multiple weaving structures. Designed by Sue Anne Sullivan.
This doubleweave cloth is woven with three different structures: plain weave, doubleweave, and leno. The plain weave sections alternate picks of Duet and Mallo to weave a marled texture, while the doubleweave sections create two distinct layers—one entirely weft-faced, and another with leno accents. This piece is intended to be used as a decorative rug on the floor of your home, but can also be placed on a table, or hung on the wall.
A set of trivets in rep weave, using Mallo Cotton Slub in both warp and weft. Viken means ‘the inlet’ or ‘the cove’ in Swedish, a sheltered spot on the coast. The design is an abstract sun glowing just below the horizon, the view from our small boats after weathering the storm. The slubbiness of Mallo offers subtle texture and glimpses of the weft.