The worst day weaving is still better than the best Black Friday spent fighting the crowds in the hopes of getting a deal.
Learn how to do Leno lace, Brooks bouquet, and Danish medallions on the rigid-heddle loom. With these hand-manipulated techniques you can take your designs to the next level.
Sara Goldenberg White shares her tips, tricks, and best practices for using 2 pick-up sticks on the rigid-heddle loom.
Little Looms has grown from its first issue in 2016 into a vibrant community for small-loom weavers of all types—a place where you’ll find makers who want to share their love of weaving and help you discover the transformative power of creative expression.
Everything we create is for the small-loom weaver with fresh, colorful, and exciting ideas for rigid-heddle, pin looms, inkle, tablet/card weaving, and even tapestry weaving.
From our magazine to website, explore easy-to-understand tutorials, creative approaches to weaving, and new takes on projects for your favorite looms.
We’re looking back at the stories of old from cultures around the world for this Winter 2023 issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms.
Looking for a weaving technique you can take just about anywhere? Try tablet weaving!
What is value and how does it affect your weaving? Christina has the details along with a simple trick for figuring out value using your smartphone.
What happens when you take the classic color-and-weave pattern of log cabin and add some extra elements to spice it up? Christina explores some examples of rigid-heddle patterns that do just that!
Susan prefers to direct warp when weaving on the rigid-heddle loom, and will go to great lengths to avoid during otherwise. Here she recounts a few times when direct warping was anything but.
Learn the 4 basic embroidery stitches Margaret Stump uses in her Cuppa Tea Cozy with this subscriber exclusive.
Angela Tong shares how she designed and wove a bread bag on the rigid-heddle loom.
Learn how to use tapestry weaving techniques to weave a wall hanging from expert weaver Rachel Denbow.
Christina details how she wove up two cute little pin-loom pumpkins.
The perfect gift! Ashford's kit includes a loom, warping, weaving tools and accessories, full step-by-step instructions, canvas carry bag, finishing wax and a comprehensive weaving book.
Meridian Jacobs farm, located on western edge of the Sacramento Valley, carries a curated selection of yarn—their favorites are grown by fine-wool sheep at the nearby Timm Ranch and their own Jacob wool.