Christina Garton


A Weaver’s Carol: The 12 Delays of 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.

Media Picks from Handwoven September-October 2021

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.

Fall Into Autumn Weaving

Looking for weaving patterns to welcome in the cooler weather? Get your fall weaving inspiration here and preview the new Autumn Weaving Pattern Pack!

Colorful Shadow-Weave Napkins

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.

More Weaving Jokes to Make You Laugh (or Groan)

More pun-tastic, reader-submitted, weaving jokes sure to make you laugh (or groan).

Weaving Jokes to Make You Smile (or Groan)

Need a laugh? Here are a few fiber-related jokes to (we hope) make you chuckle.

Brighten Your Whites with Blue

Christina writes about an old technique to get whites looking brighter without bleach.

Weaving While Neurodivergent

Christina writes about how ADHD relates to her experiences as a weaver.

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.