Trimmed in Twill weaving pattern by Felicia Lo Wong

Trimmed in Twill Weaving Pattern

Trimmed in Twill is originally our 2020 Advent Shawl pattern. You can use any combination of 12 fingering-weight yarns and colours, with a minimum of 82 yds / 75 m in each colour.

Decadent and soft, this handwoven twill scarf is the perfect project for beginning weavers. The variety of weave patterns using twelve colours ensures constant interest within a delightful level of simplicity. 

 Decadent and soft, this handwoven twill scarf is the perfect project for beginning weavers. The variety of weave patterns using twelve colours ensures constant interest within a delightful level of simplicity. 

Trimmed in Twill by Felicia Lo

Skill Level: Intermediate

 

Finished Measurements

  •  12.75″ / 32 cm wide
  • 55″ / 140 cm long, not including fringe (approximately 3″ / 7.5 cm of fringe at each end)

Yarn

 Warp & Weft:

  • 1 SweetGeorgia Yarns Advent 2020 kit in Winter Wonderland (Fingering-weight; 985 yd / 900 m per 9 oz / 264 g set, 82 yd / 75 m per .75 oz / 22 g mini skin; 80% Superwash Merino, 20% Nylon). Also shown in Midnight Embers. 
  • Alternatively, 12 colours of fingering-weight yarn, such as SweetGeorgia Yarns Tough Love Sock (500 yd / 457 m total; 80% Superwash Merino, 20% Nylon), may be used, with a minimum of 82 yds / 75 m in each colour. 

Equipment & Tools

  • 4-shaft loom with a minimum 15″ / 38 cm weaving width, 12-dent reed
  • 2 shuttles and at least 6 bobbins, warping board, reed hook, heddle hook, tapestry needle, measuring tape

Structure

  •  Weave Structure: 2/2 twill
  • Warp Length: approximately 2.5 yd / 228 cm (includes about 15″ / 38 cm of loom waste)
  • Warp Ends: 180
  • Ends Per Inch (EPI): 12 EPI
  • Picks Per Inch (PPI): 12 PPI
  • Width in Reed: 15″ / 38 cm

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