For many weavers, summer is a time to try new things, including dyeing. Handwoven subscribers can get started with this PDF download of kitchen dyeing recipes.
Our March/April 2019 Americana issue was filled with projects with roots in the USA. In anticipation of the upcoming 3-day Memorial Day weekend, I’ve uploaded to the Handwoven Library a collection of the WIFs for the issue!
This free napkin pattern for subscribers might help you with a few of your own issues!
It was an unexpected, but welcome, bonus to learn how to add beads to fringe in a video about weaving techniques. Check out this clip!
We’ve all woven mud, those unlucky combinations of close values in warp and weft. You won’t find that problem in this issue of Handwoven.
Sometimes, but not always, you can turn a weaving disaster into a weaving success.
I was expecting heavy weaving “stuff,” but instead I was amazed by Janney’s seemingly unlimited desire to explore DDW’s possibilities.
Two scarves with similar roots but different looks. Both are free for subscribers—choose your favorite!
Learning about how twills can be woven on a rigid-heddle loom has given me a deeper understanding of twills in general.
Our spring issue will be all about the birds and the bees (PG only!) ... or depending on how you interpret it, anything else that flies, including time and your imagination!