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S.A.B.L.E.: Stash Acquired Beyond Life Expectancy

A stash seems to grow with time, and one day you realize you will never be able to use it all. Here are some suggestions to consider.

BY: Laura Fry

Long Thread Podcast: Anita Luvera Mayer

Season 3, Episode 5: Cover yourself in cloth—and clothing—that makes you proud.

Idea Gallery: Bits and Pieces Plaid

Daryl designed and wove a plaid using the leftovers from previous projects and yarns she was gifted. The coat she made out of that plaid reminds her of past projects and friends.

More Weaving Jokes to Make You Laugh (or Groan)

More pun-tastic, reader-submitted, weaving jokes sure to make you laugh (or groan).

Weaving Jokes to Make You Smile (or Groan)

Need a laugh? Here are a few fiber-related jokes to (we hope) make you chuckle.

Designing for Handwoven and Little Looms: Documenting a Project

Everyone has their own method of recording important details about a project. Here is what works for Barbara, especially when she is weaving a project for Handwoven or Little Looms.

A Triangular Conundrum

What are the two main types of triangle-shaped looms, and how are they different?

Weaving with Fluffy Yarn on the Pin Loom

Christina gives tips and tricks for weaving with an extra-fluffy yarn on the pin loom.

Towel to Tote: Precious to Functional

For newer weavers, using a handwoven dishtowel can be scary. Here is one solution for turning precious into functional without the fear factor.