If you or your guild has a collection of weaving samples you want to keep safe without hiding them away, Christina has some suggestions.
One of my goals when creating each issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms is that the projects are diverse enough that folks can build their skills by weaving through them. The 2020 issue is no exception.
When weaving a Shaker-style twisted rug, how do you join a new weft to an old—without making a lump?
Here are directions for making a manual shaft-switching device for weaving weft-faced rugs.
Weaving may have its roots in the past, but it is also a modern craft.
Linda Ligon reminisces about her times working with former Handwoven photographer Joe Coca.
E.E. Gilmore was a weaver and loom builder whose influence continues to this day.
The time spent planning and preparing for threading is time well spent.
What makes a weaving “modern?” In Barbara Mitchell’s overshot scarf it’s taking a very traditional structure and turning it on its head.
A beginning weaver asks Madelyn how to weave tabby on a table loom if all 8 shafts are being used.
We are looking for some great checks and plaids project and article proposals for our May/June 2021 issue.