Maybe it isn't you but the weaving rules that are causing those errors in your weaving! Linda explains.
Season 6, Episode 4: A fifth-generation Navajo weaver, Lynda lives in two worlds: the world of a traditional Navajo woman weaving exquisite textiles, and the world of book author, curator, board member, world traveler.
Anita Luvera Mayer takes her cloth creations to the next level with imaginative and inspiring embellishments.
Nell Znamierowski (1931-2021) had an instinctive color sense that guided her and inspired others.
Linda Ligon reminisces about her times working with former Handwoven photographer Joe Coca.
Ever wonder about those 5-shaft drafts you see from time to time? Here's an interesting idea about how they were woven.
Here’s the story of how Linda’s son got lost in Tunis and discovered a not-quite-magical cloak.
Linda Ligon wrote this poem and read it during the Schacht Spindle Company's 50th anniversary celebration in September 2019. We hope you love it as much as we do.
In the early years of Interweave, I tended to go overboard on paper quality. My decisions were emotional, not rational, though. I thought that the paper should be as beautiful and feel as wonderful as the textiles we were printing on it.
Since beginning her independent craft publishing project in 1975, Linda Ligon saw the weaving, spinning, and needlework magazines move to bigger and bigger offices. But there’s no place like home.