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Reasons to choose handweaving

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is WildWood Weaver?

Owned and operated by Marilyn Bustard, a weaver with over 40 years of experience, WildWood Weaver offers handwoven scarves, shawls, blankets and throws, cushion covers, place mats, table cloths, and other textiles. Weaving classes are also taught on-site.

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What is handweaving?

Weaving is an ancient process by which yarns, threads or other materials are interlaced in a perpendicular fashion in order to make fabric. Natural fibres like cotton, linen, wool and silk, as well as synthetic fibres, are well suited and often used in handwoven goods.

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What is the process?

There are other methods, but generally the weaving process involves planning (what to make, size, pattern, etc.), selecting yarns, winding a warp, dressing the loom (winding on the warp, setting up and threading), actually weaving, and finishing the woven product.

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