Weaving on a picture frame! Most people have one or two of these lying around. You can easily set one up to weave a tiny tapestry. This short vid shows you how to warp it (wind the string) and start weaving. I use a thick tapestry needle, cotton yarn/string for warping, chunky yarn for weaving, and a fork for packing down the rows nice and tight. ✨ .
"Weaving On A Cardboard Loom", originally published in 1976, is digital copy of a vintage flatloom weaving book. This book teaches you basic knots and techniques on a flatloom, and has patterns to make 16 flatloom weaving projects. ★ This book is a digital download and is delivered to you immedi
Welcome to a weaving studio where there are no mistakes, you learn , have fun, and create beautiful fiber arts with out ever having to have woven before . My name is Jill Sanders I own SAORI SANTA CRUZ studio in the rural redwood mountains of Santa Cruz county California. This is my 8th year since i opened up my Saori studio. This is Antoinette's scarf fresh off the loom! here is the studio class room early before students show up here is Lily and Gena weaving for the Saori learn to weave in…
Took a break from the barn building because Gary is tired and designed two warps, put one on and wove one scarf from the first one...made enough warp for three scarves from each warp, no cuffs this time because I'm falling behind in my sewing the cuffs and still have a bunch to make... Sunshine and Shimmer III And another warp...no name yet but very dramatic! I love my warps! xo