Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Hand Weaving. Get inspired and try out new things.
If you are a new weaver it can be hard to know just where to start. What are the most important things to remember when you first start weaving? These 5 tips for new weavers will help you get started on your weaving adventure.
This is a weaving technique called Pibione. It’s one of my favorite ways to combine texture and pattern. I have created a fun grid pattern to incorporate into your weaving? It can be used with twill, locker hooking, frame weaving, or in this case my favorite - pibione.
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Learn how to make a woven bag for your looms or anything else you want to carry. This simple weaving project is great for all weavers.
UK based textile artist Anita Meades brings a stunning collection of modern tapestries to store and now stocking a hand curated collection of fibres including weaving essentials, macrame cottons and unique artisan ribbons.
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Five Things That I Wish I'd Known When I First Started Weaving on a Frame Loom from a completely self-taught weaver who learned entirely by trying things, Googling, and learning through mistakes.
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Here are the best weaving tutorials that we found when we decided to try these fun DIY projects. These are beginner tutorials with lots of photos' and info.
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Welcome to a weaving studio where there are no mistakes, you learn , have fun, and create beautiful fiber arts with out ever having to have woven before . My name is Jill Sanders I own SAORI SANTA CRUZ studio in the rural redwood mountains of Santa Cruz county California. This is my 8th year since i opened up my Saori studio. This is Antoinette's scarf fresh off the loom! here is the studio class room early before students show up here is Lily and Gena weaving for the Saori learn to weave in…
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Finishing your fringe is like icing a cake. You can create a highly decorative look or something clean and simple. Beyond aesthetics, how do you know which technique is best for your specific circumstance? The purpose of finishing your fringe is to secure the weft and, if necessary, keep the yarn from fraying. Some folks ... Read more
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