How Jane Austen is Breathing New Life into Silk Ribbon Weaving

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a weaver with good fortune must be in want of silk ribbons.

Notes from the Fell: Rag Rug Color Gamps

How to understand your rug‘s warp and weft color interactions

Math By Another Name Is . . . A Tool for Asymmetrical Design!

Look to Fibonacci and Cantor for ideas to help you create a pleasing design.

Put the Wow in your Woven Rugs and Accessories

Add color and comfort to your space, and learn to harness asymmetry in design with the Summer 2024 issue.

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Handwoven Summer 2024 Lift Plans and Web Extras

Find lift plans for the projects in this issue, plus web extras and subscriber-exclusive downloads.

Choosing and Using Shuttles: Rug and Ski Shuttles Revisited

In this second entry in our series, Liz Moncrief covers her favorite types of weaving shuttles.

Long Thread Podcast: Lilly Marsh, Custom Weaver

Season 9, Episode 5: Weaving together the threads of her regional fiber network, Lilly Marsh keeps consumers—and shepherds—warm with the cloth she creates.

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From Dress Fragment to Tablecloth to Towel

An old draft combined with years of weaving experience leads to a fresh new look.

Winding a Warp Shouldn’t Hurt

Important tips for positioning your warping board and treating your body well as you start your next project.

Ask Madelyn: Ideas for Quick Dish Towels

What yarns and structures make for towels that are thirsty—and speedy to weave?

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Oh Baby: Blankets, Wraps, Toys, and More to Weave

Thirteen delightful, sweet, and inspired projects to celebrate the bundles of joy in your life

A Love for Potholders Built a Connection to the World

When words deserted Gene Morris, creative weaving gave him a sense of purpose

Choosing and Using Shuttles: Stick Shuttles, Flat Shuttles, and Rag Shuttles

Using the right shuttle will make your weaving go smoother. In this first entry in our shuttle series, Liz Moncrief covers 4 of the simplest shuttles available.

Meet the New Editor of Handwoven

Why Lynn Rognsvoog loves color, the books she’d want along on a desert island, and what she’s weaving now

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