Leno lace, Brooks bouquet, and Danish medallions are 3 hand-manipulation techniques commonly used in weaving, especially on a rigid-heddle loom. Here’s a primer on how to do each one.
Playing with safe and easy dyes seems like the perfect summer activity.
Many of us are attracted to the next shiny object. That may be why I’m weaving little hexagons these days.
One of my goals when creating each issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms is that the projects are diverse enough that folks can build their skills by weaving through them. The 2020 issue is no exception.
After a few weeks of daily weaving, my anxiety decreased significantly. I began asking around and discovered that many of my fellow weavers described similar experiences.
I’d like to show all 23 projects and give you brief descriptions of each article, but instead I asked some of the Handwoven and Long Thread Media crew what made them excited about the 2020 Easy Weaving with Little Looms.
Here’s to not playing on our phones and instead, using this time for weaving.
For the 2021 Little Looms, we wanted a theme that would be specific enough to inspire designers while being general enough to appeal to almost everyone. And so the This & That issue was born.
Start your weaving engines! Here is the editorial calendar for 2021.
Ever wonder about the weird fractions in Handwoven? Based on the mail we get, you are not alone.
I felt that same joy when I got to explore London, Denver, and other big cities. So when we needed a third “place” themed-project section for our 2019 issue of Easy Weaving With Little Looms, I knew it had to be one that paid homage to the city.