Light as a Feather Crammed & Spaced Scarf PDF Pattern for Rigid Heddle Loom
****Instant Download***** This listing is for a PDF pattern instant download only. This “light as a feather” scarf weaves up quickly on a rigid heddle loom. Learn how to create texture with a crammed and spaced threading. Options include use of two colors for a colorblock affect or a solid color version. Finished Measurements: 7 1/2” X 64 inches plus fringe Weave Structure: Plain weave with groups of crammed and spaced threads. Suggested Yarn: Elemental Affects Shetand Fingering. One-color…
Freeform, SAORI-Inspired Weaving
If you are an avid fiber crafter, there’s a good chance that you’ve taken notice of weaving and the incredible surge in popularity this craft has been experiencing. Perhaps you’ve even dippe…
Geeking Out: Headers - Yarnworker - Know-how for the rigid heddle loom
A header is created by weaving scrap yarn before starting a project. Its purpose is to spread the warp evenly so there are no gaps in the warp and to give your cloth a firm foundation to grow. You may be tempted to skip this step and in some instances that may be ok, but ... Read moreGeeking Out: Headers
Tapestry vest on the loom
This is the Tapestry Vest pattern from Handwoven magazine Sept/Oct 2011. Warp is Lamb's Pride wool/mohair, weft is Correidale. Warp is Indigo dyed with varying depths of color, and all weft yarns are natural dyes overdyed with Indigo Brazilwood, Logwood, and Onion Skins, with a tiny bit of Cochineal)
My First Woven Bag
I’ve recently been interested in learning more about weaving, and last month my mom helped that interest along by giving me a rigid heddle weaving loom as a birthday gift. I’ve enjoye…
cutler070805's Colorful Crackle
...example, the first one would be red, orange, yellow, and at the end I would drop the red and move orange and yellow up a slot each and then weave with green. See the “Crackle Sample” in my projects for a sample of other things I can do with this warp!...
Rigid-Heddle Weaving: Begin at the Beginning
When you set about learning something new, there is so much that seems like gibberish—words, patterns, and techniques are like entering an alternate universe where everyone else knows the lay of the land but you. I take a “less is more” philosophy.
Double Heddle Doubleweave
The arrival of my second heddle meant that I was free to try more complicated works on my rigid heddle loom including double weave. I have to confess that I fell in love with the weaving porn shown on the cover of Jennifer Moore's beautiful Doubleweave book, and the second heddle was largely driven by my desire to create something so intricate. But since I am still a beginner weaver, baby steps were in order. Step 1 was to try a bit of a sampler in doubleweave in the form of a shuttle…
Woven wall hanging | Etsy
MADE TO ORDER. Handmade woven wall hanging. Made in Chile with natural wool and driftwood from Lago Puyehue. Measures 17,3x17,3 inches. It takes me 3 weeks to do it and 3 more weeks the delivery.
Fastening Your Warp: How to Tie onto the Front of a Loom
Whether you weave on a multishaft loom or a rigid-heddle loom, you need to have some way of fastening your warp to the cloth beam.