A "float" happens when a thread or multiple threads are accidentally skipped over. In this post, Liz Gipson shares her two primary methods for fixing unwanted floats in your weaving projects.
One question we frequently get from new weavers is how to keep track of the length they've woven. There may be as many variations of measuring one’s weaving as there are weavers, so the good news is that you can certainly find a method that will work for you. This post will go over a few different techniques and tips.
This article is the second of a two-part series on how to buy used weaving looms. To get a few different perspectives on this, three friends are sharing what they look for in a loom and some of the helpful things they’ve learned along the way.
Curious how to weave great selvedges? These three tips will help you out! Learn how to bubble your weft, use a 45 degree pinch, and feel for the resistance of the weft.