In these uncertain times, I’ve decided it’s best to keep weaving. I want to weave 13 towels for the summer, and to avoid boredom, I’m going to try a blended draft, but of 3 rather than 2 drafts.
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Get ready to start tablet weaving with John Mullarkey! This course will cover tips for the best tablet-weaving tools and materials, how to read a tablet-weaving draft, and so much more!
Susan Poague’s beautiful Circles and Checks Towels seem to have started a weaving fad. We’ve added the WIFs to our library to help you join in.
Looking for an easy-yet-fulfilling craft for all skill levels? Try weaving with branches!
Inspiration for weaving can come from anywhere: A song, a particularly lovely sunset—even a cookie jar!
At what point in your weaving career do you stop making errors? Read on about a few that I just made.
Like many people around the world, I’m choosing to practice social distancing. While I’m stuck at home, I’m going to use my newfound free time to take on a few of my “someday” weaving projects.
Someone once told me that experienced weavers didn’t read Handwoven. I beg to differ.
Staying in might spur you to try new techniques such as the weft color blending I used in my scarf.
In his new book True Colors (Thrums Books 2019), author Keith Recker interviews 28 artisans about their methods and their relationships to dyes. Here is an excerpt.
You might think that yarn made out of banana fibers is a new thing but in fact it has been around for a long time. Liz Moncrief wove samples with it with great success.