Once ideas and images come to mind, the next step in weaving your tapestry-interpreting these into effective compositions be challenging. Learn here, in ways that relate specifically to tapestry art, the design basics you need to make your best work. Renowned master weaver Scanlin offers 60 step-by-step "explorations" that lead you from understanding design concepts in your head to using them on your loom. Be inspired to explore "weavable" ways to manage line, shape, color, texture, emphasis, balance, rhythm, and more for results that bring your tapestries to a new level. In Part 1, dive into the fundamentals of design. Parts 2 and 3 hold explorations exercises with a tapestry twist. Part 4 teaches ways to turn designs into cartoons. A resource treasure trove offers ideas for finishing tapestries (essential to the design completeness), helpful templates, glossaries, and other core information to carry forward on your creative path.Note: Please click here to download this title's errata sheet.
Tommye McClure Scanlin, professor emerita, University of North Georgia, is a tapestry weaver and longtime art educator. Her work has been shown widely, and she maintains an active studio practice. Her teaching career spans all levels of students, from youngsters to retirees. In the past 45 years, in addition to university teaching, she has also taught tapestry in short classes and workshops, including at Arrowmont, John C. Campbell Folk School, and Penland School of Craft. www.scanlintapestry.com

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