Swedish weave patterns that are suitable for beginners can be found on the Nettie's Needleworks website or the Swedish Weave Designs website, as of November 2015. These patterns include photos, diagrams, definitions, helpful tips and step-by-step instructions so that they are easy to follow for those new to swedish weaving.
Swedish weaving, also known as huck weaving or huck embroidery, is a form of embroidery. It first gained popularity in the 1930s and 1940s and used embroidery floss or thread to decorate white linen. Swedish weaving can be used to embellish such household items as afghans, pillows and tablecloths and can be done on a variety of fabrics such as Monk's cloth, Aida and Stockholm fabric.