This Mother’s Day, I’m hoping to have some time to weave and work on a long-range project—the type of project I often need to nudge myself to work on.
The 2022 Easy Weaving with Little Looms editorial calendar is finally here, so you can start plotting and planning proposals.
While you might picture raffia in shades of beige, Ra-Ra Raffia comes in a wide range of colors. It is a favorite of crocheters, but I found in my sampling that raffia also weaves up beautifully, provided you know how to handle it.
Coming upon something great that you didn‘t expect is always fun. I was surprised at what I found on our website one day!
Having a place to start helps when planning a project. In this case, a “Yarn Lab“ gave me a head start.
When Christina found herself without enough time to warp and weave on her floor loom, she turned to the pin loom to weave her son a baby blanket.
This 4-shaft project uses different treadling for each towel to create different effects. Download the free pdf of the pattern
In honor of Earth Day 2021, I added 10 WIFs to the WIF library from our January/February 2018 issue that was focused on earth-friendly yarns.
A reader wants to know what resources Madelyn recommends for building a weaving library.