Many websites offer free patterns for monk cloth weaving, also known as Swedish weaving or huck embroidery, including CraftYarnCouncil.com, MonksClothLady.com, and VintageCraftsandMore.com. Vintage Crafts and More and Momof5Daugthers.com provide instructions on how to create some of the basic stitches used in the craft.Continue Reading
These sites offer monk cloth weaving projects for a range of skill levels. For example, Monks Cloth Lady offers a free monkey pattern to embellish a baby blanket and a pattern for the four-sided box stitch, while also selling the kits, books, and DVDs on the subject.
Craft Yarn Council lists a pattern that combines knitting with monk cloth embroidery to create an afghan blanket. Vintage Crafts and More provides PDF instructions on vintage Swedish weaving patterns for towels and aprons. NettiesNeedleWorks.com also has an extensive inventory of Swedish weaving patterns for sale.Learn more about Sewing