Having bought the spinning wheel, John Mullarkey looked around for an inexpensive way to give weaving a try and spotted weaving cards (or tablets, as they are officially known).
Handwoven back issues and indices can be valuable resources when you are researching a weaving topic.
Wouldn't you love to see handwoven fabrics used in haute couture?
A series of very bad decisions had led to a tangled four-yard supplementary warp that otherwise was the perfect fiber, color and size.
Satin is the backbone of Jacquard weaving because the high warp-dominant vs weft-dominant contrast creates wonderful patterning possibilities.
Read how Karen wrestles with having only one warp beam when two would be helpful, very helpful!
Karen Donde loves lace in all its forms. Here she is to talk about lace weaving and the many lace choices, in honor of Madelyn van der Hoogt's newest video, Weaving Lace.
The pressure to create a beautiful handwoven garment, scarf, or tablecloth from scratch with only a vague idea what it should look like can be paralyzing. Anita Luvera Mayer has some excellent advice for those scary moments: do something. . . anything.