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.
A beginning weaver asks Madelyn how to weave tabby on a table loom if all 8 shafts are being used.
We are looking for some great checks and plaids project and article proposals for our May/June 2021 issue.
Angela recently reworked her cotton bath mitts from Handwoven January/February 2020 using hemp and was pleased with what she learned.
Learn about the latest and greatest weaving books with Handwoven's Media Picks department. Here's what we reviewed for the March/April 2020 issue.
Madelyn explains how to put 2 drafts, from 2 different structures, side-by-side in a single weaving.
Wondering how to sanitize looms in a way that won’t damage the wood? Liz Moncrief has the answers.
I’m not sure why some things that are obvious to others aren’t so obvious to me. Here’s what I learned about weaving on the rigid-heddle loom that surprised me but wasn’t surprising.
Learn all about the mythical swan motif seen in textiles and art throughout India.
I might not have a holiday table, but I’ll have a Fourth of July dog.
Leno lace, Brooks bouquet, and Danish medallions are 3 hand-manipulation techniques commonly used in weaving, especially on a rigid-heddle loom. Here’s a primer on how to do each one.