I could easily teach an entire class just on winding a warp. It seems like such a simple thing yet there are so many hints and tricks that make it far more efficient and enjoyable – and, more importantly, that make dressing your loom easier and more successful. There’s also an art to deciding between various
What are they and why should you care? Do you ever avoid a project with lots of stripes because of all the color changes? I know I have! Unless you employ clever tricks (and boy, do I have tricks), changing colours is time consuming, wastes yarn, and is just plain tedious. Take this stripe plan
Check out some of the amazing cloth that Unravelers posted to Instagram during Unraveling Overshot LIVE – 2021!
Have you ever woven a draft from a book and discovered that the woven design was on the bottom rather than the top? That’s not the end of the world, but it can be confusing and maybe even frustrating. What’s going on? Why does it happen? How do you fix it? Why does fabric weave
First off, if you’re not familiar with Handweaving.net, GO CHECK IT OUT RIGHT NOW. And then subscribe. It might be the best $25/year you spend in your weaving life – and it’ll only get better the more that Kris Bruland adds to the site. I use the Docs portal to the University of Arizona Weaving
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I write in a lot of places, about a lot of things. Start with the latest posts below!
For yarn diets in addition to weaving, High Fibre Diet is where I talk about knitting, spinning, my brick & mortar store The Bobbin Tree, crochet – and yes, weaving too!
If you really want to wander down memory lane, you can check out Scarf a Day, the blog that led to my Floor Loom Weaving Class on Craftsy (now Bluprint now Craftsy again!).