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.
Download these design grids for weaving the Samba from Handwoven November/December 2020.
It may not be obvious to anyone else, but my Election Day shawl will be in honor of the 19th Amendment.
When is it okay to forgo a floating selvedge? Madelyn has the answers!
There was a time when weavers were told that rigid-heddle looms were only good for scarves and shawls—thank goodness for everyone this was proved wrong.
World-renowned singer, teacher, spinner, and weaver Norman Kennedy recounts how he learned to spin and weave in the old days, what it was like to be Master Weaver at Colonial Williamsburg, and what's wrong with the waulkings you've seen on television.
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.
In her article from the March/April 2020 issue of Handwoven, Lisa Hill writes about her experience dyeing yarns with mud dyes and then weaving a set of napkins with those yarns.
Many colors that we consider to be pure actually contain bits of other colors. Those bits can dull your color mixes. In her article, Deborah explains why.
To finish on time, I needed to cut off my towels before I had woven all of the warp. Here’s my method.