We get questions all the time from new and new-ish weavers looking for online resources to learn weaving and improve their skills, so today we wanted to compile some of our favorite websites and teachers. And of course, if you have access to a local shop or weaver's guild where you can learn in person from other weavers, you should absolutely seek out those opportunities.
Rebecca is an artist, tapestry weaver, and teacher in Colorado. In addition to the Learn to Weave Tapestry bundle and course we offer on our website, Rebecca many other in-depth tapestry courses on her website.
Many of our brick and mortar partners offer small group in-person weaving classes and workshops. Click here to find a shop and teacher near you!
In addition, our pattern tech editor, Penny Lacroix teaches multi-shaft weaving classes and offers private lessons as well.
Below are a few more resources hand-picked by members of our team based on personal experience.
Jane Stafford Textiles School of Weaving
The Handweaver’s Pattern Directory by Anne Dixon
Learning to Weave by Deborah Chandler
A Handweaver’s Pattern Book by Marguerite Porter Davison
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