Fabrics That Go Bump is the third book in the popular series from the archives of Weaver's Magazine. Weavers will love the intriguing collection of projects made in fabrics that defy the flat plane as they bend, pucker, bump, and pleat.
This comprehensive work begins with in-depth information about the unusual structures and fibers that add dimension. Inspiring photographs show an appealing range of projects: scarves, shawls, bags, totes, jackets, jewelry, and more. Techniques include collapse, pleats, seersucker, waffle weaves, cord weaves, and honeycombs. Edited by Madelyn Van Der Hoogt.