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Tips For Weaving With Linen

Tips for Weaving with Linen Yarn

Linen yarn by nature requires a little more care while weaving but the finished results are so rewarding. This is especially true if you are using a rigid heddle loom, as the heddle applies more friction to linen warps. These tips will set you up for success when you weave with linen.
September 29, 2020 — Christine Jablonski
How To Fix A Broken Warp Thread

How to Fix a Broken Warp Thread by Amanda Rataj

Regardless of how careful a weaver you are, we all break warp threads. Sometimes it’s because we’ve beamed our warp funny or we’ve been packing our weft a bit too enthusiastically. Whatever the reason is, a broken warp thread does not spell disaster for your finished textile - and you likely already have all the tools you need!
September 22, 2020 — Amanda Rataj
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Tips for Keeping Weaving Project Records

Weaving project records are an important part of your weaving practice for a number of good reasons! For starters, they help you duplicate a project - by keeping all your information in one place, you can easily make a project again, no matter how long ago you made it. They also help you learn from your past experiences.
August 25, 2020 — Amanda Rataj
How To Resize Weaving Patterns

How to Resize Weaving Patterns

This post explains how to adjust a weaving pattern to fit your loom. Resizing and adjusting a pattern to fit your loom’s width just takes a pencil, a bit of paper, and a calculator to help you successfully adapt the project.
July 27, 2020 — Amanda Rataj
Balanced Beat Weaving

How To Weave With A Balanced Beat

What is a balanced beat and how do I know if I have it? Achieving a balanced beat (also known as balanced weave) means that the number of weft picks per inch are the same as the number of warp ends per inch, and thus the warp and weft are equally visible. This post explains how to weave with a balanced beat.
July 20, 2020 — Christine Jablonski
Tips For Weaving Samples

Tips for Weaving Samples

Weaving a sample is like making a sketch - you learn more about your materials, your sett, how things wash, shrinkage rate, and how the finished textile behaves. This post explains how to get the most out of your sampling process. 
June 09, 2020 — Amanda Rataj
How To Weave With String Heddles

How To Use String Heddles & Heddle Rods On Your Rigid Heddle Looms

This post teaches you how to use string heddles on your rigid heddle loom instead of using multiple pick-up sticks. 
April 09, 2020 — Christine Jablonski
How To Weave With Pickup Sticks

How to Weave with Pick-Up Sticks

One of the best ways for rigid-heddle weavers to make floats is to use pick-up sticks. This allows weavers to make a third or fourth shed, and break the over/under configuration of plain weave. This post explains how to use pick-up sticks with your rigid heddle loom.
February 03, 2020 — Liz Gipson
Resources for Weavers

Recommended Weaving Teachers

This post shares some of our favorite weaving websites and teachers, and also links to some of the weaving resources we have tucked away on our own website.
May 16, 2019 — Emma Rhodes
rigid heddle loom

Introduction to Rigid Heddle Looms

Are you ready to dive into a whole new world of yarn and fiber? Try weaving! Rigid heddle looms are a perfect gateway to learning the wide and wonderful world of weaving. This post explains how to choose your first rigid heddle loom. 
July 05, 2018 — Christine Jablonski