Learn To Weave With Pickup Sticks on your Rigid Heddle Loom
One of the best ways for rigid-heddle weavers to make floats is to use pick-up sticks. This allows weavers to make a third or fourth shed, and break the over/under configuration of plain weave. This post explains how to use pick-up sticks with your rigid heddle loom.
Loom Knit Ombre Ruffle Cowl, Free Pattern!
loom knit cowl pattern. Free loom knitting patterns. This is a feminine, dressy, cowl scarf pattern for the loom knitter.
25+ PVC Projects for Your Homestead or Backyard You Can Do in a Day
Need to fix a problem in your backyard this weekend? Here are 25+ PVC projects for your homestead, backyard, or garden that you can tackle in a day!
DIY Weaving | Lindsey Campbell on Instagram: “Have you joined us over on the Facebook weaving group yet? Search 'Welcome to Weaving' to find us! The response has been amazing and there…”
Have you joined us over on the Facebook weaving group yet? Search Welcome to Weaving to find us! The response has been amazing and there is already so much feedback happening between weavers. This is why I love this community so much. You guys are excited for a new form of conversation over in the Facebook group We've got exciting things planned... Guest Q&As Follow Fridays Techniques and tips and much more. If there is something you would like to see or an idea you have for the group please…
Artist Pages | American Tapestry Alliance
Preview the artists in the carousel, and then click on a name listed below to see: more tapestries by the artist; their statement; and a biography. Enlarge the images by clicking on them. Contact information for the artist is found (…)Read the rest of this entry »
Pick-up Stick weaving (Get Warped) : Knitty.com - Spring+Summer 2016
Knitty is the longest-running free knitting magazine on the web. Enjoy more than 12 years worth of free knitting patterns and free knitting tutorials!
A Word From Claudia
This blog will span the worlds of fiber and bead art with a dash of poetry and politics. It is blog central for Mirrix Tapestry & Bead Looms, which is owned and operated by Claudia Chase. It is also related to the purely creative side of Claudia's life, Mirrix Studio. To return to Mirrix home page go to: www.mirrixlooms.com