Whether you want to start your weaving journey with good habits or you want to learn some to incorporate into your weaving life, Sara Bixler’s got you covered.
This wide band features a pick-up warp float pattern inspired by Norwegian designs, and the possibilities for its use extend beyond guitar strap.
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.
Looking for a retreat for multi-shaft AND small-loom weavers alike? We've got the event for you!
I’ve been traveling a lot this fall, and the fashion trend I’ve noticed in airports and around town on brisk days is the blanket scarf. Recently, I even stalked a woman wearing one at Denver International Airport.
Have your pin looms “mysteriously” multiplied? Here are a few ideas for combining different pin-loom shapes to create striking patterns.
Learn the easy way to figure out if a yarn will work for your warp on a rigid-heddle loom with this video tip from Sara Bixler.
I’ve seen fear of failure paralyze would-be weavers. I recently chimed in on a Facebook post by someone seeking advice on getting started on a rigid-heddle loom. While everyone else suggested baby steps, my advice was to grab yarn and jump in feet first.
Who loves a party? I know I do, especially if it is a dye party. I have hosted and participated in dozens of dye parties over the years, and I am here to tell you how it’s done.
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Get the details behind the design possibilities of the slit-weft technique, and All Access subscribers can download an exclusive scarf pattern to try out what they’ve learned.
For Fall 2024, we’re looking for projects woven using yarn blends—any yarn blends!
Download this pattern from Barbara Nielsen that uses stash cotton in a clever way to create a one-of-a-kind colorful weft for a set of colorful bags.
Almost as long as there have been people, there have been stories to explain the world and entertain. In this issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms, we’re translating some of our favorite folk and fairy tales from around the world into a language we all love: weaving!
Whether you’re a multi-shaft or small-loom weaver, you’ll love this new weaving retreat from February 25-29, 2024, in Loveland, Colorado. Join us for four luxurious days of weaving with top-notch teachers and courses that fit your interests.