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Looping is a living legacy from the Stone Age that contemporary fiber artists are giving their own spin. You can, too, with this practical handbook from Donna Kallner.

Donna travels the United States teaching looping and other fiber techniques.

This 116-page book is packed with illustrations and spiral bound so it lies flat. In-depth instructions help you master tension control and shaping so you can create bags, garments, vessels and more. Instructions emphasize ways to adapt a basic idea to suit your own style and materials, and you learn to design looping projects of your own.

Older than weaving, knitting and crochet, looping creates a fabric so stable it cannot unravel. That makes it ideal handwork for travel and times when you have frequent distractions. Be prepared for interruptions, because when your friends see you looping they're going to want to know more about it! Send them to donnakallner.com to learn more about this timeless technique.

P.S. With looping, you never have to count stitches. And with looping, you'll never drop stitches -- never! -- no matter how fast you put your work away and no matter what airport security does when they screen your carry-on.

Want to learn more about looping? You'll find more info and links at www.donnakallner.com . Just click the techniques tab and follow links to my looping techniques page, looping resources (including video and podcasts) on my blog, and the New Age Looping Study Group on Facebook.

Book "New Age Looping" -- fiber art technique handbook

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  • Handmade Supply
  • Materials: paper, spiral binding
  • Feedback: 36 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Wisconsin, United States
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