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About Site - 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 Site - 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.
Site - theweaveshed.org
About Site - 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 Site - 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 Site - 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 Site - 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).
Site - peggyosterkamp.com
About Site - 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.
Site - weavingworks.com/blogs/news
About Site - 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.
Site - warpedforgood.com
About Site - 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.
Site - aspinnerweaver.blogspot.com
About Site - 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