Weaving Innovations from the Bateman Collection

Author: Robyn Spady
Publisher: Schiffer Publishing
ISBN: 0764349910
Release Date: 2015-12-28

This full-color look at the patterns that Dr. William Bateman developed and studied over 50 years ago will help intermediate to advanced-level weavers think more innovatively about their craft. With hundreds of color draft diagrams and photos of Bateman's sample weaves, artists can experiment with his innovations on their own looms. Bateman, a chemistry professor turned weaver, analyzed traditional patterns and extended them in completely new directions. The samples included are Dr. Bateman's originals, and detail the yarns and setts he outlined in his documentation. The drafts are organized into weave groups, ranging from those with their origins in traditional structures like twill or overshot, to the one-of-a-kind new weaves Bateman invented. After she completed her monographs on the Bateman weaves, Virginia Harvey donated his nearly 1,500 samples to the Seattle Weavers' Guild. His original weaves, and the ways he manipulated more traditional weaves, form a fascinating resource for today's weavers.

Weaving Bateman Blend

Author: Margaret Franklin
Publisher: FriesenPress
ISBN: 9781525510380
Release Date: 2018-04-20
Genre: Design

"Weaving Bateman Blend, The Companion Book" is a "workshop to go"! The book is an Intermediate weaving resource emphasizing the role of ties and tie groups in weaving. It introduces Dr. William Bateman's weave systems, but zeroes in on one of them, Bateman Blend. The book is named The Companion Book as it compliments the original Monograph # 36, of Virginia Harvey's set of published works on Bateman weaves, striving to make "Blend" come alive for today's weavers. The Blend structure is explained and demonstrated in the many samples woven by the author. Colour photos of the 50 or more pieces will draw you in to weave Bateman today! Some are examples of the weaves for today's purposes. Some are original variations and extensions of the 8 shaft weaves of Dr. Bateman to 12 and more shafts. The book concludes with the story of Dr. Bateman's work, a Bibliography, and Index. (Readers are encouraged to use other resources such as "Learning to Weave" by Deborah Chandler, or "The Complete Book of Weaving" by Mary E. Black for basic weaving instruction.)

Bateman Weaves the Missing Monograph

Author: Linda Tilson Davis
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1539898822
Release Date: 2017-01-11

In the mid-1900's, Dr. William Bateman, a Ph.D. in chemistry, spent his retirement years experimenting with weaving. He was not content with exploring only traditional, known weave structures. He developed several new ones that have become known as "Bateman Weaves." They include such names as Park, Boulevard, and Extended Divided Twills, among others. Texts and other information on these weaves are relatively scarce. Bateman Weaves, The Missing Monograph, is an introduction and summary of these remarkable weaves. The monograph covers both Dr. Bateman's approaches and those of the author to appeal to a more contemporary audience. Whether used as a guide or as a stand-alone text, The Missing Monograph fills a void in the weaver's library that includes: - A summary of unique weaves created by Dr. Bateman: Park, Boulevard, Chevron, Blends, Extended Divided Twills, Extended Manifold Twills and Multiple Tabby, all in one monograph. - Basic blocks for all weaves - Over 150 full-color images - Ideas for going beyond the basics - Extensive bibliography

Woven Textile Design

Author: Jan Shenton
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
ISBN: 178067337X
Release Date: 2014-05-27
Genre: Design

Woven Textile Design offers a comprehensive introduction to weaving for all those wishing to design and produce a wide range of fabrics from scratch. Starting with the basics of woven textile design, the book looks at how to draw up and interpret records and notation, before explaining how different types of cloth are constructed. From the most basic of plain weaves, through twill weaves, textured weaves such as seersucker, crepe, and corded cloths to more complicated designs created with extra threads woven in, a wide range of patterns are covered. Illustrated throughout with diagrams, weaving plans, and beautiful examples from contemporary designers, the book also includes tips on using different yarns and colors to create stunning and unique designs. Offering clear, practical advice, this book will show you how to interpret your initial concepts and develop your ideas on the loom.

Weaving Designs by Bertha Gray Hayes

Author: Norma Smayda
Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited
ISBN: 0764332465
Release Date: 2009
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies

This book features the original sample collection and handwritten drafts of the talented, early 20th century weaver, Bertha Gray Hayes of Providence, Rhode Island. She designed and wove miniature overshot patterns for four-harness looms that are creative and unique. The book contains color reproductions of 72 original sample cards and 20 recently discovered patterns, many shown with a picture of the woven sample, and each with computer-generated drawdowns and drafting patterns. Her designs are unique in their asymmetry and personal in her use of name drafting to create the designs. Bertha Hayes attended the first nine National Conferences of American Handweavers (1938-1946). She learned to weave by herself through the Shuttle-Craft home course and was a charter member of the Shuttle-Craft Guild, and authored articles on weaving.


Author: Clotilde Barrett
Publisher: Weavers Journal
ISBN: CORNELL:31924074252457
Release Date: 1982
Genre: Hand weaving

Weaving Iridescence

Author: Bobbie Irwin
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780811765800
Release Date: 2017-09-01
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies

Iridescent fabric shimmers and glows, changing colors depending on how the light hits it. Different colors appear in the folds and pleats, adding surprising layers of color to fabric. To the uninformed it appears magical and difficult, but the truth is that weaving iridescent fabric is accessible to any handweaver who knows the tricks. Bobbie Irwin has been teaching the techniques for weaving iridescence in person and through articles for more than ten years. In this book, she delivers her most comprehensive course yet, covering the details from how to evaluate and choose yarn to achieve your desired effect to the ways weave structure affects iridescence to the best uses for your iridescent fabric. Hands-on project instructions will have you exploring what you've learned right away. If you have been looking to add some shimmer to your weaving, this is the only book you will ever need!

Weaving Rag Rugs

Author: Tom Knisely
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811758673
Release Date: 2014-04-01
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies

Every weaver weaves a rag rug--or two, or three. In this long-awaited book, well-known weaver and teacher Tom Knisely shares his knowledge and expertise in this collection of favorite rag rug patterns.

Elements of weaving

Author: Azalea Stuart Thorpe
Publisher: Doubleday Books
ISBN: UOM:39015007254728
Release Date: 1978-06-01
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies

Handwoven tailormade

Author: Sharon D. Alderman
Publisher: Interweave Pr
ISBN: UOM:39015058288757
Release Date: 1982-08
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies

Network drafting

Author: Alice Schlein
ISBN: UOM:39015046477579
Release Date: 1994
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies