How Do You Know Unless You Try?

John Mullarkey has a curiosity about weaving that makes him a great teacher and designer. He is always ready to see what will happen if he tries something new.

Designing for Handwoven and Little Looms: From Idea to Project

Follow along with Barbara as she explains her process of moving from weaving idea to design.

Designing by Chance

Tommye McClure Scanlin writes about how she uses the help of chance to kickstart her creativity.

How Do You Know Unless You Try?

John Mullarkey has a curiosity about weaving that makes him a great teacher and designer. He is always ready to see what will happen if he tries something new.

Designing for Handwoven and Little Looms: From Idea to Project

Follow along with Barbara as she explains her process of moving from weaving idea to design.

Designing by Chance

Tommye McClure Scanlin writes about how she uses the help of chance to kickstart her creativity.

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Weaving While Neurodivergent

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