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.
Learn a new way to figure out your warp color order—no counting required—with this Subscriber Exclusive project from Carly Jayne.
Download PDFs of the charts and illustrations from the projects featured in Easy Weaving with Little Looms.
Give grocery plastic bags a new life with the Take Two Tote as you learn how to make and weave with plarn.
Intimidated by large-scale pin-loom projects? Here are some suggestions for items you can make that need only 1, 2, or 3 pin-loom woven pieces!
This incredible tablet-woven plant hanger only looks complicated.
We feature many different types of weaving and looms in each issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms. Here’s a roundup of the most common.
Get your tension just right when tying your warp on your rigid-heddle loom with these incredible tips from Sara Goldenberg White.
Weaving a baby blanket using a pin loom is easier than you think. Learn the basics on how to design a pin-loom blanket.
From the pages of Handwoven’s fashion issue to the latest rigid-heddle course from Long Thread Media, Sara Goldenberg White is a woman of many talents.
Readers rejoice! In this Winter 2022 issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms you’ll find projects inspired by beloved books for young and old alike as well as projects designed with reading in mind. Learn two methods for weaving words on your inkle loom, create a pin-loom-woven tote bag with a book motif perfect for trips to the library, and make a soft and snuggly blanket—with a 12”-wide rigid-heddle loom.