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Rainbow tea towels

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Rigid Heddle Weaving taught by Angela Tong

Even if you've never touched a loom, Angela's class will guide you through preparation, the weaving process and finishing techniques.

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Category Weaving
Type Home Decor
Style Cute
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What materials did you use? Peaches n Cream (and probably some Lily n Cream) cotton, like the sort for crocheting/knitting dishcloths.

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Beautiful,love colors

09/07/2015 Flag

Thanks for the inspiration...beautiful project!

11/18/2015 Flag

Thank you all, I didn't know I had comments waiting all this time! The loom is a 15" Cricket @eileen-s These towels are now pink lol pink/rainbow after an accidental washing with a blanket I had dyed pink. Oops. I need to make more. Wash them with vinegar/detergent rather than softner/detergent btw, they will be far more absorbent. They don't stink like vinegar after dried. I use cheap white vinegar in each load. These are the best towels other than the wash cloths I've woven with the same style ofyarn.

11/19/2015 Flag

Before you give up, try use Shout Color Catcher, it's work for me when some red cotton thread bleed in one of my red green and white Christmas projects.

03/05/2016 Flag

Great inspiration. I did one as a small sample. I used Ecotone by Trendsetter and it washed beautifullly using warm water and the dryer. I have enough yarn to make several more towels and can design with various tones of the remaining yarn colors.

08/02/2016 Flag