We know a lot about Norwegian weaving that is special, but what about traditional everyday house linens?
Robin Wilton and Susan Du Bois put together a few different things they learned from Handwoven to design some very special scarves.
When the weather is gray, bring some color to your world with Elisabeth Hill’s bright and happy Grellow and Yay scarf.
Learn how Daryl Lancaster uses the Theo Moorman inlay technique to turn family photographs into handwoven heirlooms. (From Handwoven September/October 2019)
A red ruana designed and woven by Linda Ligon gave Dorothy Tuthill the inspiration to design and weave her own. The result is a gorgeous nod to Linda's original.
If you are looking for a book that will make you a better weaver, this new one by Laura Fry might do the trick.
Ever wondered what the process is for getting a project into Handwoven? Here are some steps to follow.
The word sampler brings to mind a pretty framed embroidery. My first weaving sampler was anything but pretty.