Ram’s Horn is a popular beginner’s pattern that has lots of variations within all belonging to a class of pattern known as Kivrim. Learn how to read a draft, set up the cards, and weave the Running Dog pattern. Running Dog is the base of all Kivrim patterns like Ram’s Horn and Ivy. Coptic Diamonds were Woven by the Egyptians over 1000 years ago. Coptic bands with distinctive diamond patterns were discovered and examined, and now we have these patterns we can draw inspiration from. Learn how to weave this distinctive pattern, and create your own new patterns.

L4: Tablet Weaving: Kivrim & Coptic

SKU: 2019-L4
  • Scissors, four balls or cones of 10/2 mercerized or unmercerized cotton, or #10 crochet thread. Each ball should be at least one ounce, with three balls of one color, and one ball of highly contrasting color. There will not be time in class to wind off.

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