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.
Sarah Neubert’s tapestry bracelet is not only the perfect beginner project, but it’s also a great introduction to a truly incredible teacher and designer.
Looking for a retreat for multi-shaft AND small-loom weavers alike? We've got the event for you!
Who loves a party? I know I do, especially if it is a dye party. I have hosted and participated in dozens of dye parties over the years, and I am here to tell you how it’s done.
For Fall 2024, we’re looking for projects woven using yarn blends—any yarn blends!
Learn all the tools you need to get started weaving tapestry as well as a few that can make your life easier.
Season 7, Episode 3: With her playful approach to life and textiles, Sarah Swett discovers her passions for nature and fiber, time and again.
Season 8, Episode 4: From her self-taught origins as a textile artist, Sarah Neubert is helping weavers do better—in their weavings, their use of resources, and their well-being.
Learn how to add beads to your fringe with this incredible video clip.
Looking for a loom to take with you when you travel? Consider giving tapestry a try!