Sinna knot for weaving
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Weaving How To: Keep Your Sides Straight — Hello Hydrangea
How to Weave Straight Edges Like a Pro Hi friends! I often get students who are frustrated by this, and even though I cover it in my beginning weaving video class, I decided to publish a public tutorial as well. The secret is 3 words: BUBBLE , STRUM and BEAT . Do you have issues keeping your
Rigid Heddle Texture Infusion Project Idea
Mix up your rigid heddle weaving project with texture! Our project idea uses Sinfonia Cotton and Feza Alp Premier Yarn on a Kromski Harp Forte Loom
Finishing Tips for Rugs - Yarnworker - Know-how for the rigid heddle loom
We are quickly approaching the last day of the last lemonade weave-along. How great to end this series with the Simply Striped Rug from Weaving Made Easy—from doubleweave, to towel sets, to large lacy shawls, and now rugs, we have proved there isn’t much you can’t weave on a rigid-heddle loom. I keep saying it, and ... Read more
Rigid Heddle Summer Winter Weave!
Well, here's the great Summer Winter experiment! As you can see, on my Flip Rigid Heddle Loom, it involves 2 heddles, and 2 pick up sticks, and 2 shuttles (and 2 different yarns). Summer Winter consists of a background of plain weave under/between shots of a pattern (usually a thicker yarn - in this case just a doubled strand of yarn). The fabric pattern will have the opposite colors on the other side - thus there is a "summer" side and a "winter" side. My sample is woven looking at the…
American Artisans: Thistle Rose Weaving
Thistle Rose Weaving is the fifth in my Sunday series featuring American Artisans. There are so many exceptionally talented craftspeople across the country who share a love of all things handmade, and this is my
Knitters...come jump down the weaving rabbithole with us!
Wondering how to choose and use your first rigid heddle loom? Download this guide for the full scoop! Simply add this free PDF to your cart, checkout, and you'll be sent the link to download it.
Carding wool and spinning, Donegal
Creator: R. Welch (Photographer) Date: 1914 Original Format: Photographic Print Description: Carding wool and spinning, Highlands, County Donegal PRONI Ref: D1403_2~027~A Copying and copyright: Please see www.proni.gov.uk/index/research_and_records_held/copying_... For Copy Orders, contact: Email: email@example.com For fees and charges see: www.proni.gov.uk/index/about_proni/are_there_any_fees_and...
Oktoberfest - Woven Scarf, Weaving Pattern
A colorful warp of self-striping sock yarn peeks out cheerfully from the background in this beautiful woven scarf. With a slightly fuzzy weft of super soft Herriot Fine alpaca, this lightweight scarf drapes beautifully - and it's sure to keep you warm. The Oktoberfest (Octoberfest) Scarf is a perfect first project for trying your hand at weaving a simple twill! Size: 10" wide by 70" long, plus 4.5" fringe on each end. Yarn: • Warp: Zauberball Crazy color 2092, 1 ball (or approx. 330 yards…