Tag Archives: weaving
This interview with Holly Berry – complete with beautiful pictures – makes me want to bust out my loom. Now!
Last night, I finished my first big shawl on my rigid heddle loom. Previously, I had made scarves. I had never warped the full-length of the loom. I think I was feeling particularly inspired to finish weaving it after going … Continue reading
February 2010 was good to me. I started with month with the visit from a dear old friend. Who was kind enough to show up with her dyes in tow. We had a great time (at like 1:30 in the … Continue reading
I’ve been back on a weaving streak lately. I really love the size of the rigid heddle loom for that – if I had something larger, that would not fold away nicely, I feel guilty as weaving waxed and waned. … Continue reading
I recently made my third scarf on my 20inch Knitter’s Loom. While I thought I’d be eager to branch out from just plain weave (and worried that the rigid heddle would therefore bore me quickly), I actually find that there … Continue reading
Honestly, this weaving business is so much fun that it feels like cheating. I like scarves. I really do. I just don’t have that many because I *hate* to knit them. So boring. Going on and on and on and … Continue reading
It’s been a week since I bought my Ashford Knitter’s loom, and I’m enjoying it tremendously. It was a very busy week, so I didn’t have quite as much fibery time as one would expect with both my roommates out … Continue reading