Christina Garton


The Diné, Their Sheep, and a Tale of Survival

Nikyle Begay, a shepherd with a flock of Navajo-Churro, is also a weaver and a member of the Diné tribe.

Memory Aids and Weaving Pick-Up

My working memory is bad, so over the years I have developed methods to help me keep track of pick-up sequences.

A Tale of Two Scarves

Two scarves with two levels of complexity showcase the versatility of the rigid-heddle loom.

Funsies with Onesies

Want a fun and easy homemade baby gift? Try dyeing onesies!

Call for Submissions: Little Looms Spring—New Beginnings

As Little Looms enters a new era, we’re looking for projects to celebrate its new beginning.

A Thoroughly Mid-Century Modern Handwoven

If you like mid-century modern design, then you’ll absolutely love the March/April 2021 issue of Handwoven.

California Fibers: Historical References

In their upcoming exhibit, artist group California Fibers explores history through textiles.

Two Shuttles, More to Love

The November/December 2015 issue of Handwoven was dedicated to two shuttle weaves. Some of our favorites to be sure!

Yule Logs and Tree Scarves

Sometimes it takes a lesson learned away from the loom to better understand weaving.

Hemp: America’s Crop

Our next issue of Handwoven, the January/February 2021, features two projects woven with hemp. Read how hemp has fallen in and out of favor over the ages.