Mermaid scarf - weaving with reading wand

With the help of the Mermaid scarf - weaving with reading stick I'll show you what unbelievable possibilities the Rigid heddle loom offers. For such a pattern you actually need a loom with 64 shafts, but we simply use a simple object, the reading stick or pick up stick. As you already know from the pattern weaving article, Continue reading...

Punch needle frame

What punch needle frames are there, what are the differences and why you are not necessarily happy with an embroidery hoop, you will learn from your schiebchenschieberin 🙂 Punch needle frame hoop, Morgan-no-slip-hoop, snap frame, frame with gripper strips are possible. You can also rebuild and use a weaving frame. A stretcher frame can also make me. To test Continue reading...

Sequin pearl plunder - chain weave at school web frame

It's June, finally #pppfal again. Please what? Sequin pearl plunder - chain weave on school web frame is now announced. Dusting the frame, picking yarn, junk, sequins and glitter and off you go 🙂 At the end of February I wrote an application. No, actually two, one for the daily job, the other for the Frickelcast to Paillettenperlenplunderfal as a lover. (And yes, Continue reading...

Kieler Wolle SockClub

A weaver tests sock yarn from the Kieler Wolle SockClub for three months. Weaving with sock yarn works wonderfully on the Rigid heddle loom. Not for nothing is the first RHL of the "modern age" Knitters loom (by Ashford), which was designed to reduce the stash. It is important only to test the warp quality before. And then it starts. The sock yarn from Kieler Continue reading...

Hands on rigid heddle weaving

After the books "weaving the standard work for the Gatterkamm Webrahmen" [Amazon Affiliate Link] and "The Weaver's idea book" [Amazon Affiliate Link] which are both relatively new, I present you today the classic "Hands on rigid heddle weaving [Amazon Affiliate Link] by Betty Linn Davenport. The book is 1987 published, therefore, does not offer the most modern images Continue reading...

Lupus sucks - the scarf

Lupus sucks - the scarf is a project of the #weaveforme challenge, proclaimed by Kelly Casanova. April was meant to weave projects for yourself. Very late, towards the end of April, I crawled into my stash and found the four wonderful pintas, dyed by Maike of Skudderia. On 10.May is World Lupus Day, it was born Continue reading...

Mermaid Scarf the diary

Mermaid scarf the diary? There is something new on the blog. On my journey to the finished mermaid scarf I would like to take you along and share in the process. Whenever I have woven something further, there is another entry here. Velvet curses, howls and what else is waiting for me 🙂 I'm curious how long Continue reading...