In this, seventh and last post of Reader’s Gallery scarves and shawls, I concentrated on pin-loom and continuous-strand weaving.
Is tabby always plain weave, and is it the same as weaving “every other pick” as in rep? Madelyn has the answer!
Oops! While we try our best to keep our projects error-free, sometimes corrections need to be made. Here are some corrections from Handwoven, 2020
I have heard that oxalis (sour grass) dyes yarn an intense yelllow-green color, so I decided to give it a try.
New members joining the Gourmet Weavers group were impressed by the beautiful placemats the other members had woven for a group exchange. That prompted the group to start a second placemat exchange.
Designs made with hexagons don’t have to be flat. You can fold, sew, and ruffle hexagons to create 3D designs.
Every piece of cloth has a story to tell, and some cloth has more than one story.