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Weaving techniques

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Kids dye their own chunky wool yarn with Koolaid, then make small weaving on cardboard looms.

Kids dye their own chunky wool yarn with Koolaid, then make happy little weavings on cardboard looms.

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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. ✨ .

Art Of Weaving And Some Interesting Aspects Of It - Bored Art

We all wear clothing on a daily basis, use it for upholstering furniture around the house, use them as bedclothes, and hang drapes and many other things that use fabrics. But rarely do we spend any time thinking about where the cloth came from or what the process for making it could have come from. Actually in the earlier days, clothing would be woven by hand and each piece of clothing used to have a source that people used to know about. While we are even today interested in aspects of…

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