DIY Woven Rug with Cardboard and Fork
This is a very useful way to weave rugs at lowest cost, you can use yarn, cord, rope, or fabric scraps (Old T-shirts) to make rug or mat, but thin yarn or thread is suggested for basic shaft onto the cardboard. It is an interesting and fun handmade craft in industrial age, and great to […]
Needle weaving tutorial in Crafty magazine
I'm very happy to announce this needle weaving tutorial I made for the last issue of Crafty magazine (issue 10) which is hitting ne...
Inexpensive DIY Loom
My Pinterest account has been woefully neglected the past 50-60 days. You see I've been busy living life and spending time with my family. But when I got back into my account it was like I had rediscovered Pinterest all over again. I sat there glassy eyed for ages sorting through pins of those I follow. It was nuts. And I kept seeing tons and tons of woven wall art projects and whatnot and I desperately wanted to get in on the trend. I have woven before. But that was in school way, way back…
April Weavings (Smile And Wave)
I have been fitting in ten and fifteen minute weaving sessions here and there over the last three weeks and was able to finally finish another collection of woven wall hangings. I offered them for sal
Maryanne Moodie · Woven Tapestries - The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.
Clever crafter Maryanne Moodie in her Abbotsford home studio. Photo – Brooke Holm. Woven tapestries by Maryanne Moodie. Photo – Brooke Holm. Maryanne in action! Photo – Brooke Holm. Maryanne weaving. Photo – Brooke Holm. Woven tapestries by Maryanne Moodie. Photo – Brooke Holm. Today’s post comes to us via INSTAGRAM. Gosh. It’s awful isn’t it. There are just no more hidden secrets in the …