The rigid-heddle loom gets its name from the heddle that is lifted and lowered. This heddle allows specific threads to be isolated in either a slot or a hole which work together to create patterning in your cloth. This loom has gained significant popularity and has become the primary loom for many weavers. With the rigid-heddle loom, the loom’s width determines the width of your piece, so be sure to find a loom that suits your desired projects.
Discover the breadth of possibilities with the rigid-heddle articles, projects, and patterns in this category and throughout Little Looms.
Don’t let pocketless pants get you down. With this rigid-heddle scarf project from Liz Gipson, you can add 4 extra pockets to any outfit.
There's so much to love about the Spring 2024 issue! Here are three things we can’t wait for you to read!
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As a bonus for All Access Subscribers, we’ve pulled two rigid-heddle projects from back issues of Handwoven and turned them into handy-dandy PDF downloads.
Anne wanted to weave with a yak/silk blend in the warp, but was worried about the damage the heddle might do to the fuzzy yarn. Instead of giving up, she applied sizing, a temporary coating designed to protect yarns while weaving.
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Explore the possibilities within the confines of the right angle in the Spring 2024 issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms.
Esther Rodgers uses hand-manipulation techniques, interesting yarns, and a no-mistakes attitude to create her one-of-a-kind work. Allison explores Esther's philosophy of design in rigid-heddle weaving.
Explore Pantone’s 2024 color of the year with inspiring designs for small looms and embrace a little coziness.
Winter is the perfect time for weaving with wool, so Christina is sharing her top 5 tips for using this wonderful, versatile fiber and 2 subscriber-exclusive projects for cozy wool scarves.