Build a log cabin out of rainbows! Mini skeins are everywhere and they work up beautifully in this log cabin pattern. The boa fringe is created by leaving the color transitions intact.
This pattern is part of the Yarnworker School’s colorwork course. If you are unfamiliar with various aspects of colorwork in weaving, including warping multiple colors, ply splitting, and weaving with multiple shuttles, you can register for the class at yarnworkerschool.com.
Patrons receive all associated course patterns for free. Registered students have access to a 20% discount code.
Warp and weft: Worsted-weight wool 800 yd/lb; shown in Gems worsted (100% Merino wool) from Louet North America; 175 yd per 100 g skein in Cream and Brights colorway: Petunia, Cherry, Clementine, Lemon, Lime, Aqua, Lilac.
Basic Skills Necessary
Ability to warp a rigid-heddle loom
Willingness to make mistakes and laugh
Rigid-heddle loom with an 8″ weaving width, 8-dent rigid heddle, multiple shuttles