How to Draw: Basket Weave Pattern Tutorial ⋆ The Petite Planner
Drawing patterns like this basketweave pattern have their own, almost choreographed, rhythm to them, and it’s mesmerizing in a cliche way.
Basket Weave Pattern Tutorial
If you have extra space above the vertical lines you just created and the horizontal lines, add vertical lines there as well. This tutorial was done in my bullet journal on dot grid paper, but you can recreate the pattern in a blank sketchbook. Draw a pair of vertical lines measuring 3 units in length at the top of the page. Then, move horizontally across the page and leave 3 units open.
How to Use The Basket Weave Pattern in Your Bullet Journal
If you like this pattern but can’t think of a way to use it in your bullet journal, here are some ideas: you could section out a box in the center ahead of time and not fill it with the weave pattern, or you could use it to track daily steps, pages read, and so on.
Which weave pattern is basket?
Basket weave, also known as the Panama weave, is a simple type of colorful textile weave that consists of two or more weft and warp yarns alternating to create a checkerboard effect.
How do you make a twill weave?
A twill weave is formed by passing the weft thread over two or more warp threads and then repeating the pattern one warp thread over, resulting in a diagonal line.
What is drawing in weaving?
The drawing-in process, which involves passing each end of the warp through the dents of the reed and the eyes of the healds in the order specified by the draft, occurs immediately after the preparation of the weaver’s beam, which is obtained through sectional warping or sizing.
What are the 4 basic weaves?
Plain (or tabby), twills, and satins are the most common weaves.
Which weave is the strongest?
Plain/linen The plain weave, also known as linen weave, is the most basic of all weaves, in which the threads are woven together one by one. It is one of the strongest weaves because the threads are constantly crossing over each other.
Which basic weave is shiniest?
Satin is one of the three major textile weaves, along with plain weave and twill, that produces a fabric that is lustrous, soft, and elastic with a lovely drape. Satin fabric has a soft, lustrous surface on one side and a duller surface on the other.