So, you’ve decided you want to take up weaving! The first thing you’ll need is a loom. Here are some different types of weaving looms and tips on how to choose your first loom.
In our new Loom Theory: Four-Shaft Scarf Collection we celebrate fine silk, wool, Tencel, and linen yarns in four-shaft scarf patterns.
Download this pattern for these inkle-woven bands with pretty little hearts all over them.
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Weaving inspiration can come from anywhere as Connie Westbrook shows in her Pool-Inspired Towels that she based on the tiles in the pool where she swims. The 8-shaft turned twill pattern mimics the lanes in a public pool and also the tiling around the edg
Anita Osterhaug is taken by West African textiles and shows her appreciation in her Homage to Africa Scarf. Anita used traditional colors and a 4-shaft twill to honor African kilims and applied a simple block-print design inspired by bogolonfini prints.
Deborah Jarchow placed two strips of plain-weave fabric on the diagonal to construct her clever and playful Play the Angles Poncho with the fold-down collar. You don’t need a big loom for this project; the two strips can be woven on a 12” rigid-heddle loom
Learn everything you need to know about choosing, designing and weaving with yarn in this FREE hand weaving supplies eBook for beginner weavers.
Learning how to weave on a loom is easier than you think with this FREE eBook that includes the basics of weaving, weaving looms, weaving terms, and more!