This beautiful Phoenix Top is designed by Deborah Jarchow. Says Deborah, “The Trendsetter Phoenix yarn I chose for this project drapes beautifully and creates interesting texture and color-play in the fabric. This top is flattering and easy to wear."
Deborah's tip: "To make the most of the yarn design, it works best to mix two (2) balls of yarn in both the warp and the weft so the thin & thick and the color differences mix randomly. This makes the texture and color more evenly distributed for a more unified cloth.”
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Plain weave. Pictured in Smoke Degrade.
Size: One size
Measurements: 130” long x 24” wide on the loom; 108” long x 18.5” wide after washing
Yarn: 17 x 50g balls, Phoenix or Phoenix Print yarn
Loom: 24" Rigid Heddle
Warp: 4.5 yards long, 192 total ends (96 slots), 24” wide in the loom
Reed: 8 dent, 8 epi
Add’l Equipment Required: Two (2) Shuttles (to alternate balls), Tapestry Needle