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About Blog – Interweave’s Weaving Today is an online community and resource for yarn and fiber lovers everywhere! Meet other weavers, learn new weaving techniques & browse new weaving projects. We’ll be bringing you new articles, tips and inspiration every day, so stay tuned!
About Blog – Hi I’m Kate. I’ve created this blog to share my love of weaving and help creatives like you learn how to weave too. Here you will find posts for how to weave, how to do different techniques and much more.
About Blog – Here at Schacht Spindle Company we are deeply committed to excellence in our work, and above all, to your satisfaction. Today, we build our looms in a 35,000 square foot factory with 25 employees, and are one of the world’s leading makers of handweaving looms and spinning wheels. We have been designing handweaving and handspinning equipment since 1969.
About Blog – The Weave Shed is a website for weave designers with a portfolio practice, payee, mills, independent, designer makers, tapestry, artists, educators and students. The site was initially funded for the for the first two years by The Worshipful Company of Weavers and Central Saint Martins, University of The Arts London.
About Blog – Take your old newspaper and recycle it into something that can be used in your house. By making baskets out of woven newspaper, you can create several different sizes, styles and types of baskets. Paint the baskets so they match your decor. With just a few items and some patience, you can use that newspaper for something other than filling up the recycling bin.
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About Blog – This channel is dedicated to the art of bead work. On this channel you will find fun and easy step by step bead weaving tutorials. Tutorials range from beginner to advanced.
About Blog – I’m a weaver who is fascinated by the potential of cloth. I began my weaving career with handwoven garments, such as my Kodachrome Jacket (featured on the cover of Handwoven Magazine), and my handwoven, couture-sewn wedding dress (now part of the permanent collection at the American Textile History Museum).
About Blog – Peggy Osterkamp’s special skill is making the richness of her training and experience accessible to students. In the series, Peggy Osterkamp’s New Guide to Weaving, she presents a wealth of weaving knowledge and research, much of it never available before in the United States.
About Blog – Weaving Works Founded in 1974, owner and professional weaver, Marcy Johnson, opened the store in a small corner shop in Seattle’s University District to supply her students and local weavers with affordable quality materials. Over the years, The Weaving Works has grown into a store and school supporting all aspects of the textile arts.
About Blog – Hi, I am Karen Isenhower. Handweaving is a field rich with these treasures, and I enjoy sharing what I find. I’ll let you know right up front that I’m still learning, that I don’t always know what I’m talking about, and that I do make mistakes. Here you will find weaving patterns for your own projeects.
About Blog – For over 35 years I have been weaving on an inkle loom. This type of loom makes narrow pieces, no more than 6” in width. Within this narrow constraint, there are endless possibilities for combining colors into patterns. When I create a woven piece, I want it to be both functional and beautiful. I have created many types of useful everyday items including: shoelaces, scarves, belts, bags & clothing
About Blog – Hi, my name is Andrea. I’m a self taught passionate free-form weaver, hand spinner and creative thinker based in Melbourne’s south east. In Loom & Spindle blog you’ll find a range of weaving and spinning tutorials that will help and inspire your own projects.
Old Bar Beach, Australia
About Blog – Curiousweaver studio is woven together by Kaz (Karen) Madigan. A weaver for almost 40 years, since 2011 she has been specialising in Saori weaving and is the first registered Saori studio in Australia. “As a weaver for many years I have explored and tried many types of weaving. I love it all. I’ve walked in shoes of the artist, craftsman, designer, maker, author, teacher and artisan.
About Blog – I live in Rochester, NY, where there’s lots of water — Lake Ontario, the Genesee River, and the wonderful Finger Lakes — and lots of winter! Weaving and the fiber arts sustain me through all the seasons.
About Blog – I am a textile designer and I create unique weather inspired handwoven items for you and your home. I also teach weaving, spinning, and other yarn related crafts at my studio in West Kilbride.
About Blog – I am a hand-weaver. I believe that cloth and its creation are somehow embedded in our DNA. Making cloth seems fundamental to me; I am saddened by the distance we have created between the fabric that means so much to us (wedding dresses, christening gowns, tallitot, baby blankets and grandma’s quilt) and the making of that fabric.
About Blog – Vritti is a merge of traditional illumination where ethnicity meets modern trend. The word ‘Vritti’, originates from Sanskrit language, which means a serene wave emerging from mind which eliminates the evil mental disturbance and allows you to indulge into eternal peace.
About Blog – In May 2009, I had started this blog to record my adventures while completing an artist residency at Sturt, Mittagong, on the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia. The residency finished in September. I have had such enthusiastic response from what I wrote that I have decided to continue to record my adventures both in and away from the studio.
About Blog – I’m Margaret Cherre, the artist behind Second Wind Weaving. I do all of the designing and weave every piece by myself, working in my home in upstate New York. Handweaving is my passion. I love working with a wide range of fabrics, experimenting with colors and textures, widths and lengths, weaving patterns and methods.
About Blog – My name is Meg Nakagawa. I am a handweaver in Nelson, New Zealand. I grew up watching my mother knit, sew, and embroider while listening to her chant how she yearned to weave. That weaving is the ultimate textile work thus became my creed. Mom started weaving when she was 60.
About Blog – My name is Cally Booker and I am a handweaver, textile designer, writer and teacher. Weaving is a craft which can be meticulously planned or improvised at the loom, and a combination of these approaches appeals to the different parts of my nature. I am passionate about making things by hand.
About Blog – Tara J Curtis creates multi-dimensional, functional fabric art for the home using classic and madweave techniques. An enthusiastic teacher, Tara is dedicated to helping other sewists incorporate weaving into their projects while teaching them a new skill. She is the inventor of the WEFTY, the only needle made by a weaver designed specifically for use with fabric strips and bias strips.
About Blog – Pink maharani was started with the values that we create something where we place people, animals and the planet always first. We do this by not compromising on neither quality nor aesthetics. We strive to make the finest handwoven cashmere, which is both beautiful and impactful.
About Blog – Stitch by Stitch creates contemporary handmade soft furnishings, cushions, quilts, blankets, and rugs working with artisan weavers, embroiderers and quilt makers in Kutch, Gujarat, India and Nepal. We are especially interested in hand woven, hand spun, natural fibres, traditional textile techniques, natural dyes and reinterpreting age-old textile skills to create modern textiles.
About Blog – The Artist’s Path that is so much my way of being in the world. Each morning I sit at the loom and enter into the eternal moment, where my hands place strands of color into taut warp. The tapestry slowly grows as I work section at a time, weaving areas of cloth to create the image in a syncopation of threads, shapes, colors and textures with the language of the loom.
About Blog – Between the sewing machine and the loom, my journey in the fiber arts has taken over 45 years. From an alterations business at 15, to production hand-woven clothing, to custom art to wear, my work has covered, adorned, and embellished the female body for as long as I can remember.
About Blog – I am a professional weaver, specializing in complex weaves using fine threads. Most of my studio work consists of scarves, shawls, and wraps woven on a 48-inch, 24-shaft computer-assisted AVL dobby loom or wall art woven on a 48-inch, 1,440-heddle AVL jacquard loom.
About Blog – A journal about my weaving ‘meanderings’. I have been weaving now for twenty years. I like finer threads and natural fibres such as silks and exotic blends, linen and cottons. I also love tencel and its bright colors.
About Blog – Hi, I am Lynnette. My goal is to get my “bum on the weaving bench” as often as possible. I love to see huge dust bunnies growing under my loom as the fibres fall from my reed, a sure sign that I’m actively weaving! My primary focus is to create beautiful and unique fashion accessories and table linens for sale.
About Blog – Global manufacturer of technologically advanced, finely crafted weaving equipment for the novice to the expert. AVL serves customers in the crafts, education, industrial sampling and production handweaving markets.
About Blog – The Esty BeadWeavers is made up of bead artists who aspire to successfully market their beadwoven creations on Etsy.com and elsewhere. The Beadweavers’ creations are different from many of the traditional beaded items, in that they are woven from hundreds or thousands of tiny beads to create intricate designs and pictures. These weavings take the form of both art and jewelry.
About Blog – My handwoven work is inspired by the countryside around me. I live now, and grew up, in the west country. This is the story of how I came to weaving. I was a little feral as a child. The countryside is in my bones, part of my blood and I can’t help but let it be part of my thinking.
About Blog – My weaving ranges from classic and earthy to funky and energetic. I use heathery Shetland wools, soft but sturdy cottons, and my own handspun wool and alpaca. From the spark of an idea through to the meticulous fringing or hemming, my handwoven items are designed, produced and presented with joy and delight.
About Blog – I’m a lifelong knitter who came to weaving later in life, thanks to my kind husband who gifted me with a rigid heddle loom one Christmas. I started selling handwovens for the home, such as tea towels, placemats and runners, as well as intricate, silky scarves and shawls.
Virginia Beach, Virginia
About Blog – Welcome to my sacred space! I am entering my fifth year with my blog and it has been an incredible journey for me. I love to share my creative adventures, poetic words and photographic moments about weaving.
About Blog – The Hand Weavers Guild of Lincoln (HWGL) is a diverse group of beginning to advanced weavers and artists who share an interest in the art of handweaving, spinning, and other fiber arts. The Guild offers educational opportunities and the exchange of ideas.
About Blog – My love of color and texture has taken me on a journey from being a glass artist to the fiber arts world. For the last 10 years I have explored spinning, dyeing and weaving. With a side trip into owning a yarn shop for a few years, I am now back to creating fine handwovens, handspun and hand dyed yarns, in my log home studio in the beautiful hills of southwestern Wisconsin.
About Blog – We are the Tuesday Weavers, a lively group of weavers from all levels and all walks of life. We meet every Tuesday at the Appalachian Arts Craft Center in Norris, Tennessee for weaving, learning, fellowship and a lot of laughter.
About Blog – Part architectural designer, part fiber artist. Living in Portland, Oregon, I’ve learned what it’s like to chase landscapes and immerse myself in the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. I think of my loom as a way to translate the terrain into fiber design and explore this woven lifestyle.
About Blog – My journey into weaving began by watching one grandmother crochet, another quilt, seeing the rag rugs woven by my parents on the old loom in the basement. Weaving satisfies a curiosity for me. Beautiful textiles intrigue me and make me wonder how they “work”, how the weaver gets the threads to do what they do. And how can I use that technique?
About Blog – I am a designer weaver and love to use natural yarns in my work, such as linen, silk, alpaca, cashmere and merino wool. I am fascinated by the long history of weaving and research ancient textiles and the techniques used to produce them.
About Blog – The name Weaving Tales was inspired by a dear college professor who loves to compare knitting and weaving with the construction of a literary text. Leah hopes this blog will explore the limitless potential of creativity by which we weave the words, the fibers, the stories, and the fabrics that piece together life.
About Blog – In my weaving and embroidery I explore the potential of the forgotten, overlooked and abandoned. I revel in discovering humble, quiet fabrics like calicos and cottons; the more worn, faded and story-laden the better; and giving them a second chance.
About Blog – I am a fiber artist. I create 3 dimensional weavings using reclaimed and recycled materials. I love to create tapestries that are stories of the world around me – people I’ve met, places I’ve been and things that make me smile.
About Blog – It has been a dream of mine to learn weaving, ever since I was a child. My opportunity came early in 2005, when my sister-in-law let me borrow her countermarche loom. I had a couple friends help me understand the loom and get me started. Those first couple projects were exciting for me.
About Blog – Dianne is passionate about fibre and weaving. She weaves exquisite fine wraps, scarves and fabric and scrumptious mohair blankets from natural fibres.
About Blog – Weaving became part of my life in 2009, and, in the beginning my desire to weave was born because I wanted to fill my home with practical handwoven articles. Things that I could hold, touch, use and enjoy on a daily basis. I look forward to sharing my weaving journey with you … warts and all !
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