Weaving

 

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Weaving is a method of textile production in which two distinct sets of yarns or threads are interlaced at right angles to form a fabric or cloth. Other methods are knitting, crocheting, felting, and braiding or plaiting. Wikipedia

little loom

Weaving Big on a Little Loom|Review

Little loom or frame loom weaving isn’t only tapestry or plain weaving. You will learn that the size of your loom doesn’t have to restrict your weaving. But you will also learn about creating sustainable textiles. Also, Fiona reminds us that we need to get back to natural fibers, undyed or naturally dyed, to lower the environmental impact. Fiona Daly shows us eight ambitious projects in her new book, Weaving Big on a Little Loom.

The Art of Tapestry Weaving

The Art of Tapestry Weaving – Book Review

Tapestry weaving lets you be more free-form with your weaving or you can follow a cartoon.
The front cover states, “A Complete Guide to Mastering the Techniques for Making Images with Yarn,” and the back cover states, “A Guided Journey from Yarn to Art.” These statements are an excellent description of what you will experience with this book.

Skeins of thread and knitting wooden needles for needlework. Studio Photo

Yarn Weight – What does it mean?

No, yarn weight isn’t referring to how much a ball, skein, or hank weighs.  In this case, yarn weight refers to the thickness of the yarn.
As a beginner knitter or crocheter, one of the most challenging things to figure out is what is a yarn weight, and what does it mean.  

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