Patterns for Swedish weaving stars can be purchased online from websites such as Mom of 5 Daughters and Nettie's Needleworks. Many books are available on the subject of Swedish weaving via Amazon.com, most of which include patterns and example projects.
Swedish weaving is a traditional craft thought to date back to the 1600s. The technique became particularly popular in the United States during the 1930s and 1940s and has recently seen a resurgence of interest. Swedish weaving is known by several different names, including Huck Weaving and Huck Embroidery. Modern patterns include a wide variety of fabrics and fibers, making it a versatile and enjoyable craft to learn.