Tapestry weaving is one of the most accessible types of weaving. You can create a tapestry loom using simple materials, and once you have your loom, getting started is fun and easy. Often used to create wall hangings, you can use bulky yarn and fiber, other found objects, or create unique shapes, designs, and even pictures using tapestry techniques.
Give it a try with the tapestry articles, projects, and patterns in this category.
Season 6, Episode 2: In 2016, Emily Nicolaides began exploring the possibilities and limitations of circular weaving. Combining years of research, her book Amazing Circular Weaving opens up a new world of richness, beauty, and complexity.
Weavers know inspiration can come from the most unlikely of places--including soil. Read how the ground beneath our feet inspired an art exhibit.
Out of all the posts we put up on this new website, these were the 10 you loved the most.
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.
Learn how to use tapestry weaving techniques to weave a wall hanging from expert weaver Rachel Denbow.
If you want to jump into tapestry weaving and don't know where to start, this FREE guide to tapestry weaving—with 3 free projects!—is the perfect jumping off point.
We feature many different types of weaving and looms in each issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms. Here’s a roundup of the most common.
Whether you’re weaving traditional-style tapestries or textured art pieces, there are a few weaving tapestry tools that will make your life easier.
It's summer time and if you've got small, wannabe weavers at home until school starts again, here are 6 tips for (mostly) frustration free weaving with kids.