I feel comfortable with dyes that I don‘t have to use in the kitchen, so these new tinctures are right up my alley.
I’m back home with 6 new books, 2 cones of linen, 3 skeins of something weird and wool, a stack of catalogs, a variety of gadgets, and more ideas than I could weave in a lifetime, but being with other weavers was the best part.
Sometimes I just want to play “what if” with an unusual weft. This time a bunch of plastic strips fit the bill.
If you are considering weaving for weddings or other special occasions, consider towels. Nothing dries wedding crystal like linen.
Here’s your chance to play with color-and-weave.
After realizing I didn’t like the untwisted fringe on a shawl, I set about twisting it and in the process learned a new-to-me way of making fringe even.
Why do many of us weave projects that don’t fit our lives?
I’m in favor of thoughtfully finished weaving, so two of the things I love about the Team Colors Scarves is that they each have a different finish, and each finish complements the scarf and the yarn it is woven with. In this post we offer finishing tips
Winding a bobbin can seem like a fairly obvious task, but there are nuances about how you do it that will make your weaving go more smoothly.