Bateman Weaves

Meg Wilson Margaret Wilson
For 2018: $12.00. If outside US, contact Chair to determine best method for sample exchange.
For 2019: Monograph 39: Extended Divided Twill Weaves / Communication:
Sample Exchange:
Sample exchange due November 8, 2019, sent to Susan Wilson
To Join:
Contact the chair at the address above to be put on the waiting list.
Group Began:
February 1, 2011
Closing Date:
Contact the chair above
Limited to 20; if the group is full, you can be put on a waiting list

A sample Bateman weave: Park weave with tag treadling, by Linda Davis

Dr. William G. Bateman left a legacy of manuscripts he wrote while exploring new weave structures/systems in his retirement years. After his death, his daughter recognized the importance of his work. Virginia Harvey took on the task of publishing his work which resulted in six monographs published in the 1980s by the Shuttle Craft Guild. This work remains largely unknown and unexplored in the weaving world, and CW has heretofore not had a study group devoted to the Bateman Weaves. Linda Davis and Wanda Shelp formed the Bateman Weaves Study Group in 2010 as co-leaders. The group began in 2011 with Monograph Thirty Seven, Park Weaves, and has subsequently studied all additional six monographs.  The group continues and will again cycle through all six monographs.