Swedish Weaving is also known as Huck Embroidery. This needle art became popular in the late 1940's. Homemakers decorated the borders of Huck towels with embroidery floss. Today, crafters make couch throws, baby blankets, pillows, wall hangings, pictures, and table linens using yarn and monk's cloth. They also enjoy using a variety of threads on other even-weave fabrics, such as Huck cloth, Huck toweling, and Aida cloth. The technique is to pick up a float on the fabric and weave the design on the top surface. Fun and quick.
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