It’s not difficult to finish the Weave-Along book. Really you could slap it together yourselves, but there are a few things I noticed from the first and second times I made the book that may help you get more satisfying results. (By the way, if you’ve had any difficulties with the instructions or construction, I’d love to hear feedback so I can improve my presentation. Thanks!)
Continuing from the previous post . . .
Let’s add beads to your “Double Border Diamond.”
Ready for the next phase of the Book Weave-Along?
Start out with your loom warped up with two colors. (For this demonstration I used the simpler method of two-color weaving, i.e. NOT working in ends as I go.)
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Using two colors . . .
This demonstration will show L1-3 in main color (MC) and L4 in contrast color (CC). I’ll start with the simpler method.
METHOD ONE—Simple Color Change
First, decide which yarns to use for your main color and contrast color. I like to warp the loom with a thinner yarn and weave with a slightly thicker yarn. In the photo below, the pale purple and white are the thicker, CC yarns. I’ll warp two looms—one with lilac and the other with soft green—then weave with pale purple and white, respectively.