one day, woven — lune travels blog
Please enjoy using and sharing this Weaving Techniques chart as a reference for your own fibre art adventures. It is a scan from a vintage weaving book in our collection. Share it freely but if you don't mind, shoot a link our way at ww.luneblog.com . Happy Weaving!
10 Of The Best Weaving Ideas On The Web!!
These are seriously some of 10 of the best weaving ideas and tutorials I've ever seen! Some diy crafts projects are so skilled and designing woven wall hangings is one of them. It looks like a project I'd love to try!
Weaving Tips || The Herringbone Weave (video) | The Weaving Loom
Hi friends! I have finished my video on how to do the herringbone weave. This video will give you a good idea of how your weft flows over and under the warp threads to create the pattern. I love how these draft patterns look, but I always have to get my mind in the right place before I make one because to me I like to be more direct when making a visual element. With the draft patterns, they build a visual in a more passive way. And actually it’s fun to see the pattern form, because in the…
Handweaving.net Weaving Draft and Documents Archive
Weaving archive site with thousands of historic weaving drafts and documents online available for viewing and download.
Weaving Techniques || The Chevron Weave | The Weaving Loom
While playing with patterns I decided to do a chevron pattern weave. This is very similar to a twill except after a few rows you reverse the pattern evenly so that an arrow type shape is created. **UPDATE** I just made a video on how to weave the chevron pattern, so check it out! To make my chevron pattern I passed the weft thread over two warp threads and then under two warp threads, repeating this pattern across the weave (Confused over the weaving terms? See this post here). I did this…
Scarf in progress
Just started weaving my "windowpane plaid" scarf on my rigid heddle...it's chenille with a synthetic novelty yarn for the stripes. More about my weaving and other craft projects on my blog: pickychickybird.blogspot.com
Weaving Technique || Shag Weave Stash Buster
This is probably my most favorite post yet, because it is a way to use up all those left over yarn tails and have fun too! If you’re like me, you save all those slightly long end tails you cu…