No doubt about it—2020 has had its bumps. Let’s wrap it up on a high note. Send us pictures of your scarves and shawls that send a message!
Details sometimes make all the difference in photography and in weaving.
Madelyn explains step-by-step how to read an extra-long, extra-complicated draft.
Because of the foresight and hard work of Penny Morgan, 56 weavers were able to connect this summer through a mail-in towel exchange.
Just because it’s still autumn doesn’t mean you can’t get excited about the winter holiday season!
In this second entry in our shuttle series, Liz Moncrief covers her favorite types of weaving shuttles, rug and ski.
Weaver’s choice refers to the times a weaver gets to choose between or among options as they work on a project.
Is there a reason you’d want to twist your Texsolv heddles? Madelyn weighs in!
Angela Tong shares how she designed and wove a bread bag on the rigid-heddle loom.