Messy selvedges are the bane of many a weaver, new and experienced alike. What is a weaver to do? Will they work out eventually on their own?
Christina reflects on 2021 and how she learned to stop worrying and start pin-loom weaving.
Today we’re revisiting this weaver’s carol originally published in 2012. We think it’s a theme most of us can relate to: falling in love.
Have young guests staying with you for the holidays? Christina shares how a warped loom and a pile of pretty yarns is a great way to keep kiddos happy during the holidays.
Learn about the latest and greatest weaving books with Handwoven's Media Picks department. Here's what we reviewed for the September/October 2021 issue.
We're looking for projects inspired by your favorite books, as well as by the act of reading, for this literary issue of Little Looms.
Looking for weaving patterns to welcome in the cooler weather? Get your fall weaving inspiration here and preview the new Autumn Weaving Pattern Pack!
When most of us think of shadow weave, we probably imagine cloth with just two colors, the light color and its darker “shadow.” Jan Barbieri's Colorful Shadow-Weave Napkins turn that idea on its head.