Tablet weaving, also called card weaving, uses a set of cards (often square, sometimes other shapes) with holes typically in the corners of the cards. The warp is threaded through these holes strategically, and designs are created by turning the cards in different directions. Although you don’t technically need a loom for tablet weaving—just a place to anchor your warp—many weavers use inkle, band, backstrap, or even rigid-heddle looms.
Explore tablet weaving with the articles, projects, and patterns in this category.
The worst day weaving is still better than the best Black Friday spent fighting the crowds in the hopes of getting a deal.
Looking for a weaving technique you can take just about anywhere? Try tablet weaving!
Learn to mix and match techniques with this issue dedicated to combining weaving and fiber techniques.
Let's get Medieval, Easy Weaving with Little Looms Style!
Take a quick tour of the Summer 2023 issue full of projects inspired by food and cooking.
This incredible tablet-woven plant hanger only looks complicated, making it a great project for card weaving newbies!
Go behind the scenes and learn a bit more about tablet weaver extraordinaire John Mullarkey.
Meet Pantone's color of the year and ten inspiring designs for small looms to get your magenta magic going.
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