The whip stitch is a great way to join pieces of woven fabric together that creates a nearly invisible seam on the "right" side of the fabric.
Recent natural disasters have some of us in the office wondering what we’d do if it were us. Here are 10 insurance tips for crafters - take stock now!
Whether it’s color, texture, or both, here are some ideas for making plain weave that’s out of the ordinary.
Check out Little Looms for some of our favorite things to make for yourself or for loved ones. Weaving is productive in the best sense, giving you something to show for your efforts.
Here’s how to shop at sheep and wool festivals when you want to bring home goodies.
Anne Merrow of Spin-Off magazine shares why little looms like rigid heddle, pin looms, and tapestry looms are perfect for yarn-lovers, beginners, and more!
Fiber enthusiasts look forward to sheep and wool festivals every year! Some even travel across the country to attend the larger festivals. Fiber festivals have more to offer than just the vendors market. Had enough shopping?
No less a weaver than Susan E. Horton—editor of Handwoven and devoted dobby-loom user—designed handwoven towels and napkins for Easy Weaving with Little Looms 2017 that any experienced weaver would be proud of.