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Reflections of a stormy beach. Swatch collection No. 23. (1) Plain weave ground with stripes in various weaves. (2) Honeycomb four-shaft weave variation that creates slightly undulating stripes, with novelty cotton used to suggest sea foam. (3) Dress or shirt fabric in a plain weave with an overcheck. (4) Warp-faced, 3/1 twill in tailored stripe.
HANDWOVEN Mar-Apr 1991 (v.12#2) pg. 34, 94

Fabrics for Interiors No. 19, Striped fabrics in rich colors for a bedroom are all woven on four shafts. (1) Pillowcase fabric in plain weave with a chenille honeycomb border. (2) Duvet or comforter cover in plain weave with heavy warp accent threads. (3) Accent fabric for pillow shams, draperies, dust ruffle or upholstery in a summer & winter threading chenille blocks of texture on the border. (4) Upholstery fabric uses chenille in a traditional summer & winter pattern.
HANDWOVEN Nov-Dec 1992 (v.13#5) pg. 52, 87

Honeycomb revisited. An explanation of the weave's structure and directions for weaving a "Cloud-Soft Throw." Woven in two-block double-faced honeycomb, the reversible throw is 35" wide, 50" long and has 4" fringe at each end.
HANDWOVEN Jan-Feb 1995 (v.16#1) pg. 36, 83

An exploration of the structure of eight-shaft honeycomb cloth. Four variations illustrated.
HANDWOVEN Sep-Oct 1997 (v.18#4) pg. 46, 79

Distorted weft effects. (1) Cannele. (2) Two-block honeycomb. (3) Four-block honeycomb.
SHUTTLE, SPINDLE & DYEPOT #99 Summer 1994 (v.25#3) pg. 50