Handwoven

Tips & Tricks for Warping Your Loom

“You have to be warped to weave.” Deb Essen knew she had to make warping enjoyable if she was going to continue to weave. Here are her warping tips.

Notes From the Fell: Shrouds to Die For

Have you heard of green burials? Maybe, but have you ever considered weaving your own shroud? Join Tom as he considers his options.

Endnotes: Don't Throw the Past Away

Bringing weaving—or anything else—back to life requires nurturing and some external fuel.

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Krokbragd: How to Design & Weave

Read this review of Debby Greenlaw's new book: Krokbragd: How to Design & Weave

Idea Gallery: Layers of Design

Besides some of the usual ways of weaving deflected doubleweave, Janney Simpson combines it with traditional doubleweave to great effect.

Spotlight: Tessitura Bevilacqua

Join author Deb Essen as she visits the Tessitura Bevilacqua Velvet Weaving workshop in Venice.

BY: Deb Essen

The Weaver's Surprise

If you are looking for a book about a young one in your life read this review of The Weaver's Surprise by Tom Knisely.

Add to Your Weaving Lexicon with Loom Theory: Eight-Shaft Shawl Collection 2019

Looking for new ideas in weaving is part of being a weaver.

What's Happening: Convergence 2020

Want to know more about Convergence 2020? We've got the scoop!

Iridescent Echoes Table Mats by Marian Stubenitsky

Weave up a beautiful iridescent table mat in polychrome doubleweave on an echo weave threading or turned taquete with this project by Marian Stubenitsky.

From the Editor: Handwoven November/December 2019

Life is full of twists and turns and sometimes things come full circle.

Call For Submissions: Handwoven November/December 2020

Have a project that looks interesting on both sides? Maybe it would be perfect for this issue we are calling Dynamic Duos!

Loving Fabric

Sometimes you need to be reminded just how beautiful fabric can be and how great it is to be a weaver.

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