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With nothing more than colored yarn and simple cardboard squares, crafters can produce exquisitely patterned woven bands with this guide, which includes patterns for sturdy belts and camera straps, delicate silk trims and ties, creative wall art, and even hefty rugs and mats.
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Feb 17, Alyssadyane rated it liked it I had torn feelings about this book. The history she goes into about card weaving is very interesting. The book is fun and easy to read. I was glad I bought it. She has a lot of really neat ideas, especially with her chapter on supplemental wefts. Very creative. But the down side, some of her technique descriptions, I felt were a little convoluted.