Today’s weavers owe much to the early 20th-century giants who revived handweaving. If you’ve ever woven a miniature overshot, you can probably thank Bertha Gray Hayes.
The January/February 2017 issue of Handwoven explores the possibilities of stress-free weaving with fancy yarns and the many ways they can kickstart our creativity.
My weaving adventures for the year are always part of the letter, although I limit that part lest my relatives’ eyes glaze over. But it’s been a good weaving year for me.
What do you do if you want to weave a project wider than your loom? You can use doubleweave, or a unique technique from Sara Bixler. Learn more here!
You may feel the fellowship of weavers past as you start your own projects.
You don't have to be an expert seamstress to be able to sew with handwoven fabric.
For me, weaving is always an adventure, sometimes because I head off into uncharted territory and sometimes because I end up in unintended places. But some weaves are adventures in themselves.