Inkle looms are primarily used to weave bands. Though they have a narrow weaving width, you can create extensive designs and patterns with an inkle loom. Use inkle-woven bands on their own as straps, hatbands, and belts or trim a larger woven piece or garment. You can even sew bands together to create thick and durable fabric.
Find your inkle inspiration with the articles, projects, and patterns in this category.
Meet Pantone's color of the year and ten inspiring designs for small looms to get your magenta magic going.
The Spring 2023 issue is dedicated to texture and all the fabrics that make us want to give the weaver’s handshake.
Out of all the posts we put up on this new website, these were the 10 you loved the most.
Looking for new tools to make bandweaving easier on your body or simply more efficient? Here are some tools with ergonomic benefits that bandweavers have used for centuries.
The worst day weaving is still better than the best Black Friday spent fighting the crowds in the hopes of getting a deal.
We’re looking back at the stories of old from cultures around the world for this Winter 2023 issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms.
Looking for a weaving technique you can take just about anywhere? Try tablet weaving!
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.
The Winter 2022 issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms features two bands with woven writing. Christina details how the techniques are different.