Types of weaving
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Finishing your weaving starts during the actual weaving process! It's important to weave in your weft tails as you go to make finishing easier.
susan johnson saved to Weaving tutorial
Want to know which yarn is the best for weaving? Keep reading to learn all about weaving yarn vs knitting yarn, yarn weight, fibers, etc.
Sydsc saved to Weaving art
There are many different types of frame looms that you can choose from. These portable weaving looms are great for weaving on the go.
Woven fabrics can be endlessly complex, we demystify some of the most common weave patterns including Twill, Satin, Jacquard, Dobby, and more.
Kyawswar Tun saved to kyaw swar
basketry, art and craft of making interwoven objects, usually containers, from flexible vegetable fibres, such as twigs, grasses, osiers, bamboo, and rushes, or from plastic or other synthetic materials. The containers made by this method are called baskets. The Babylonian god Marduk “plaited a wicker hurdle on the surface of the waters. He created dust and spread it on the hurdle.” Thus ancient Mesopotamian myth describes the creation of the earth using a reed mat. Many other creation myths…
If you've seen my woven art before, you know I like to use the pile weave from time to time. For those that are new to weaving, the pile weave is woven loops. It's one of my favorite ways to add texture and dimension to my weaves. I especially love how flexible the loops are.
EPI is very important for figuring out the warp spacing for your weaving. The wrong warp sett will set you up for the wrong kind of weaving.
Jean Kastanek saved to Woven Art
Plain weave doesn't have to be plain. Using different colors to create patterns with your plain weave is a great way to mix it up!
Mary Tafelsky saved to weaving
Isn't it funny how a simple or easy technique can have such a large visual impact on your design? Well today's technique is one of those. I recently received a question on how to make a slight angle in a weave, and it's actually really easy to do (and fun if you ask me). And
Janet Rogers saved to Weaving Inspiration
Weave shapes and curves on the loom. Twining is a weaving techniques used to weave hills, waves and curved shapes on the weaving loom.
Donna Savage saved to Craft Ideas