You can use a yarn's twist in your handwoven cloth to your advantage. Tom explores tracking and then spins yarns to test how it affects cloth in this article from Handwoven Jan/Feb 2022.
Keeping good weaving records is a goal for many of us. Tom talks about a couple of uncommon methods that might work for you, as well as a more traditional style.
Finishing projects doesn't have the same appeal to many of us as starting projects. Here are some tips from Tom Knisely that may change your attitude towards finishing.
The magic in color-and-weave is in how the values of the colors interact. Through weaving, study, and simple observation, Tom has learned a lot about it.
Reeds are an important accessory to a loom but they are also exchangeable and you will probably need more than one. Here is Tom talking about reeds and how to care for them.
Tom Knisely likes to know where his yarn and fiber comes from, he even would like to meet the sheep who provided the wool he is spinning or weaving with.
Every piece of cloth has a story to tell, and some cloth has more than one story.
Tying a new warp on to an existing warp can be a time saver. Here is Tom's experience.