Here’s the story of how Linda’s son got lost in Tunis and discovered a not-quite-magical cloak.
Defying tradition, GIST Yarn & Fiber’s Italian Silk Noil, drawn from the broken lengths of reeled silk, is a three-ply, loosely spun yarn that travels a different road to warm, soft, textured fabrics.
I've wanted to weave with raffia for a long time and the new kind of raffia that is on the market now seems perfect for placemats.
If you've ever looked at a spider's web and wondered what it would be like to weave with that beautiful, fine thread, you're not alone!
When European soldiers came back from the Crusades they brought back more than just spices and silks, they also brought back the hijab which was then modified into the wimple and became the must-have head wear for queens and nuns alike.
Rebecca Mezoff's little tapestry book, Untangled might be just what you need to get your tapestry weaving on track.
You may have some tried and true methods of tying on that you are comfortable with, but here are some that I use that you may want to consider.
October is the start of skeleton season! Why not weave up a Hearts 'n Bones scarf to celebrate?
It's hard to please everyone all the time, but I think you will agree with me that this is a beautiful collection of 4-shaft handwoven scarves.