Susan Poague’s beautiful Circles and Checks Towels seem to have started a weaving fad. We’ve added the WIFs to our library to help you join in.
At what point in your weaving career do you stop making errors? Read on about a few that I just made.
Someone once told me that experienced weavers didn’t read Handwoven. I beg to differ.
Staying in might spur you to try new techniques such as the weft color blending I used in my scarf.
Taking a project from design through sampling and then completion is slower when you weave only on the weekends.
The Schacht Spindle Company's 50th anniversary party was a fitting celebration for a company that started from the ground up with a simple drop spindle and a primitive loom.
From towels with randomly spaced raised twill and plain-weave stripes to napkins with a more complex repeat of raised twill and plain-weave stripes, I had to design and weave the same structure multiple times to fully understand it.
I doubt we can fix any of the world’s problems with weaving, but maybe we can weave in a way that has a positive impact on our world.