Repetition is key to learning a technique, but adding new ideas and methods keeps your weaving fresh!
Anita shares a few of her favorite resources on weaving rugs, including a collection of free woven rug patterns that you'll love! Ready to weave a rug?
I was so intrigued by what Liz Moncrief had to say about Brown Sheep’s bright yarns for the September/October 23 Yarn Lab that I felt compelled to do my own mini Yarn Lab using pin looms and rigid-heddle looms.
Looking for something interesting in the fiber world? Here are two shows for you. And better yet, both of them include weaving!
Looking to update some worn textiles? Give them a new lease on life in a new form.
Looking for the perfect hostess/host gift? Any handwoven towel would be welcome, but here are seven that you might be able to finish before the end of the year...maybe even before Thanksgiving!
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One way to understand a structure is by studying it, but putting it on your loom will further solidify what you have learned.
We do our best to make sure our project instructions are error-free, but occasionally corrections are needed. Find corrections for Handwoven 2017 here!
Handweaving.net holds over 75,000 weaving drafts. Learn more about this amazing site and its founder Kris Bruland from this article origianlly published in Handwoven November/December 2022.