Christina Garton

The Littlest Weaver

The Littlest Weaver is a new children’s book about love, grief, and the healing power of weaving. Christina got the chance to ask the author, Robin Hall, a few questions.

How Big Should Your Napkin Be?

Whether you're weaving for a holiday, as a gift, or just because, having the right-sized napkin for the job makes all the difference.

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Showcasing Soft, Shimmering Silk

Like silk? Well then, you’ll love our new eBook, Sensational Silk, free to All Access subscribers.

My Biggest Weaving Mistake

Christina recounts her biggest weaving mistake—one that was published in Handwoven magazine.

Call for Submissions, Winter 2024: Inspired by Art

Art inspires (fiber) art in this Winter 2024 issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms.

10 Small-Loom Weaving Things I’d Rather Do Than Stand in Line on Black Friday

The worst day weaving is still better than the best Black Friday spent fighting the crowds in the hopes of getting a deal.

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Pick It Up: Learn to Master Using 2 Pick-Up Sticks

Sara Goldenberg White shares her tips, tricks, and best practices for using pick-up sticks on the rigid-heddle loom.

The Value of Color Theory

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.

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Bonus Variation: Gingerbread Dishcloths

Get the details on weaving two new dishcloths to go with Malynda Allen’s project from the Winter 2023 issue. These cute cloths can be woven easily on the same warp as the other four.

Unexpected Inkle

What do you do with inkle bands once they’re woven? Anything you want!

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