Color and weave weavealong or color experiments on the rigid heddle loom

Tien Chiu from warpandweave and Janet Dawson from Weaving with Janet Dawson invited to the Color and weave weavealong, intended for the loom. But I was very interested in the topic of color and so I signed up. A group of #teamrigidheddleloom quickly formed, who transferred the pattern of the coasters to the gate comb frame. Since I still Continue reading...

Calculate warp and weft

Today I will explain to you how to calculate the required amount of yarn for warp and weft. You are planning a new project, a scarf, table runner, fabric for a piece of clothing and you have a special thread in the stash and you don’t know whether it’s enough or not? Then you can either dare or quickly open a quick calculation and Continue reading...

Weaving news November 2020

Today I am introducing you to news from November weaving. It is slowly but surely getting colder and there is more manual work again. After a relaxing holiday in Denmark during the autumn holidays, I'm back - I'm on vacation again in the first week of November, gnihihihi, and I'm looking forward to the penultimate month of the year. Two Continue reading...

Pillow sampler weavealong from Schacht

Since I was on vacation, I was only able to take part in the weavealong cushion cover from Schacht Spindle Co. later, but despite everything I had a lot of fun and learned a lot. Due to Corona, the spinning and weaving week could not take place in the LYS, guilds or the like, so it was moved to the Internet. The international one could also be perfect Continue reading...

Autumn poncho woven quickly

An autumn poncho is a quickly woven project and will keep you warm. All of a sudden it was there, autumn. Finally. I love autumn, it is my favorite season: you can stroll through the forest for hours and soak up some fresh air, cuddle up on the sofa under the covers and read or netflix, drink tea, have thoughts Continue reading...

Welcome to weaving 2 - Lindsay Campbell

Some time ago I introduced you to the book Welcome to weaving by Lindsay Campbell aka Hello Hydrangea, today you will get to know the successor Welcome to weaving 2. The book: Welcome to weaving 2 was published by Schiffer Verlag, with the ISBN: 978-0764357688 and costs around 20 euros. Lindsey Campbell shows on 160 pages Continue reading...

weaving made easy - Liz Gipson

You are looking for a beginner's book with unusual projects, you understand English - then go to Liz Gipson's “weaving made easy”. I have already presented the second book by the author Handwoven home, in the article Books for Weaving I also touched on weaving made easy. But this great beginner's book also deserves its own article. Liz Gipson Continue reading...