Honeysuckle Overshot Woven Scarf - Weaving Draft (Pattern)
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Do you love to weave? Here is a draft for an overshot scarf made from 10/2 Xie (rayon from bamboo) and self-striping sock yarn. You'll need a 4-harness loom, a 12-dent reed, 2 shuttles and the willingness to have a little fun!
Overshot is a classic weaving style brought to this country by the early European settlers. You'll find the classic blue and white overshot coverlets in museums, antique stores and old homes. Today, overshot is being re-imagined in all kinds of ways. It's still a beautiful, fun style to weave.
Scarf dimensions:7" x 70"
Materials: 920 yards 10/2 Xie (rayon from bamboo); 400 yards self-striping sock yarn (such as Mini-Mochi)
Equipment Needed: 8” or wider 4-harness loom; 12 dent reed; two shuttles
Sett: 24ends per inch (epi)
This listing is for the draft only, not the finished scarf.
Not for resale. Do not sell or redistribute this draft without my written permission.
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83 reviews5 out of 5 stars
This is a beautiful and well thought-out pattern. I've never woven over-shot before, but the directions were so clear and easy that I am having no trouble. I am still just starting the weaving, so haven't finished the pattern/scarf, but I don't see anything that will be difficult with this pattern. The seller is very responsive, and I am very happy with this purchase!
Great design! Very Happy with this purchase!
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