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.
What's as easy as plain weave but makes intriguing patterns? An inkle weaving technique known as turned krokbragd.
Beads and weaving can be a match made in heaven if you know how to use the beads to your advantage.
Love the look of woven iridescence but don't think it's possible on a rigid-heddle loom? Think again!
Sara C. Bixler finds inspiration in many places, but her love of simplicity prompted her to examine the weaving traditions of Shaker communities and ultimately led to the creation of her Shaker Twisted Table Runner.
If you have a potholder loom lying around, then you'll LOVE this free weaving software from Harrisville Designs called the Potholder Pattern Wizard!
Whether you’re weaving traditional-style tapestries or textured art pieces, there are a few weaving tapestry tools that will make your life easier.
It's summer time and if you've got small, wannabe weavers at home until school starts again, here are 6 tips for (mostly) frustration free weaving with kids.
Sometimes it’s the smallest change that can make the biggest difference in a project. For that reason, the new Easy Weaving with Little Looms Fall 2022 issue is dedicated to details.