Favorite Weaving Drafts

4 shaft bumberet
see post here about a shawl woven in this texture

4 shaft ducape

4 shaft halvdrall
see post here

4 shaft 2/2 twill
see scarf picture here

8 shaft two block twill
Dee's favorite draft see post here

8 shaft braided twill
see Diana's scarf here

8 shaft 1/1/1/1/2/2 twill
This is the draft that Ingrid uses on her towels
turned taquete
see photo here of cloth

Sue Robertson's draft for Calcutta towel
see the story here

Dee's supplemental warp scarf draft
see scarves and post here
Jackie's plain weave, basket and twill for chenille scarves
see blog post here


Ingrid said...

This new area for drafts will be very helpful. Thanks!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for posting these!

Unknown said...

How to read a draft? so I can read them? :-)

Sharon said...

You know would be really helpful for me would be to include the post under the draft that the weaving appeared in.

freckles1218 said...

I love these drafts! I recently competed in my first Fleece to Shawl competition and would love to use a draft like this next year. I don't have weaving software (maybe a post about software???) so I can't easily make my own. Is it unethical to use these drafts? I'm sure anyone using them would give credit to you but thought I would ask first. Lovely!

freckles1218 said...

your weaving drafts are beautiful! I don't have weaving software and just completed my first Fleece to Shawl competition and am wondering if these drafts can be used for next year if I give credit to you. I like the simplicity of the treadle and single color weft. I don't want to do anything unethical so I am asking - thanks!

Beryl Moody said...

It is perfectly acceptable to use any of the drafts you find on this blog. They are all in the public domain and we are thrilled when a weaver finds something of interest. - Not 2 Square Blog administrator.

Unknown said...

Thanks so much for such fabulous weaves to share when in-person sharing is not possible. I found your site while looking for an explanation “Bumberet” drafts, but it turned out that I found a gold mine! Thanks, Janet in Charlottesville, VA