The yearly guild challenge for 2017 was to use ‘complementary plain weave’ (aka ‘diversified plain weave’, or ‘double-faced plain weave with overshot patterning’ ) to make something. This is generally used to weave thick mats, but with no floats to catch on anything, so it’s very practical for household items. There is a lot of potential for pattern variation, as long as you use reasonably contrasting colors. So here are the results of what inspired guild members.
Every year guild members can participate in a new challenge, and present the results all together at the Guild Picnic in June. The challenge this time is to weave something in Complementary Plain Weave.