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Learn correct Swedish weaving technique

 
 

 

Nettie's award-winning patterns
   

Nettie's patterns are complete, with photos, diagrams, step-by-step instructions and more. Get tips and tricks for expert Swedish weaving in each pattern.

Correct Swedish Weaving Technique
Swedish weaving is fun, relaxing, and affords the opportunity to create beautiful, impressive pieces of needle art.

However, as with many things in life, having the correct technique has everything to do with the beauty and professionalism of the finished product -- as well as the ease with which you achieve it.

For instance, the afghan to the right would not be nearly as beautiful with uneven edges or if the pattern were not executed uniformly.

Tips for correct Swedish weaving technique and detailed instructions are included with each of my patterns. The patterns are designed for beginners as well as experienced weavers. In fact, many of my students and customers say that my Swedish weave patterns are very easy to follow and understand. Ladies new to Swedish weaving have been able to create beautiful afghans without any help other than the patterns.

What you get with our Swedish weave patterns:
Each of the patterns is from 9 to 11 pages long including the cover page, and is packaged in a plastic bag along with:

  • an introduction
  • detailed instructions
  • yarn lengths
  • a diagram(s)
  • definitions
  • a color photo of the afghan
  • a xerox of a portion of the afghan
  • variations
  • handy hints
  • and more

What you'll need to get started:
The beauty of this needle craft is that it only requires a few items:

  • Monk's cloth
  • 4-ply yarn
  • a #13 yarn needle
  • a pair of scissors
  • a pattern

Swedish weaving is great fun and very relaxing. If you would like more information, visit our Swedish weaving patterns page or send us an email or call us. Our phone number is (909) 861-0314. We would love to hear from you. Happy weaving!


Sincerely yours,

Jeanette Coffin
Nettie's Needleworks