Intimidated by pick-up sticks? Sara Bixler has you covered with five amazing tips (plus two bonus tips).
We usually think of handwoven tapestry as weft-faced plain weave and a fabric in which wefts don’t necessarily travel from selvedge to selvedge. In fact, there are often multiple wefts running in each row or pick of a tapestry.
Want to weave pick-up lace on the rigid-heddle loom? Make sure you pick the right yarn for the job.
In her article from the March/April 2020 issue of Handwoven, Lisa Hill writes about her experience dyeing yarns with mud dyes and then weaving a set of napkins with those yarns.
The Summer 2023 issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms is dedicated to projects inspired by food, cooking, and of course, eating.
Summertime is the perfect time to get started dyeing. If you’re a newbie, check out this rundown of some easy ways to get started.
Weaving on a pin loom is easy and fun! If you've ever wanted to know how to weave with a pin loom, this tutorial has everything you need to know!
I became a much happier rigid-heddle weaver when I borrowed a tool from floor loom weavers: a boat shuttle and bobbin. Here's how to wind one well.