Susan E. Horton

10 Reasons You Need to Know How to Weave Rugs

They’re quick to make, easy to customize, and weaving them is a great way to recover from a bad day.

The Souvenir Skein: Is There Enough Yardage for a Scarf?

You could buy that pretty hand-dyed skein and hope for the best, but a bit of math beforehand will give you a better chance of success.

Never Too Young to Learn About Looms

Share your love of weaving with a pair of picture books

Weekend Weaving: Weaving for Weddings

If you are weaving for weddings or other special occasions, consider towels. Nothing dries wedding crystal like linen.

Weaving that Soars!

Let your ideas take flight with the Spring 2024 issue.

Pick-Up Bands Two Ways: Try Inkle and Backstrap Woven Bands

Try bandweaving with this free PDF, which includes two band patterns with full instructions for weaving them on either an inkle loom or using a backstrap weaving setup.

Raffia Then and Now

The raffia I knew as a kid is not the same raffia that you can buy today.

I Can Help You Write Your 2024 Weaving Resolutions!

Your crafting life can really benefit by reimagining resolutions as things you want to do.

Is Linen Stronger When It’s Wet?

I have always heard that linen is stronger wet than dry, but I started wondering about it. Is it true and if so, why?

Handwoven January/February 2024: Exploring Bast Fibers

One of the fun things about fiber-specific issues is finding out about fibers you’ve never heard of.

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