Expert Madelyn van der Hoogt discusses how to determine scarf length when weaving a project for another person as well as the types of fabric you should use based on the scarf's intent
Planning a project from scratch can feel daunting, but if you break it into steps, it is easier than you might think.
As a weaver, I understand more than ever how important fair trade is to keeping textile traditions alive around the world.
What is indigo, and why is it part of the color wheel? Learn the history of indigo dye and why it's inclusion in the color wheel is so controversial.
Here is a pdf download of the pattern for this beautiful shawl by Jannie Taylor that combines spaces in the warp and weft with shadow weave to great effect.
Wondering how to sanitize looms in a way that won’t damage the wood? Liz Moncrief has the answers.
I’m in favor of thoughtfully finished weaving, so two of the things I love about the Team Colors Scarves is that they each have a different finish, and each finish complements the scarf and the yarn it is woven with. In this post we offer finishing tips
Winding a bobbin can seem like a fairly obvious task, but there are nuances about how you do it that will make your weaving go more smoothly.
There are many numbers and categories that describe yarn and fiber—30/2, eight-ply weight, DK weight, yards per pound—but what do these numbers really tell you about your own yarn and projects?
I’m hard pressed not to see weaving patterns everywhere, and I don’t think I’m alone.
Madelyn provides two methods for handling warp threads that aren't being caught when weaving with two shuttles.