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Weaving textiles

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5 Simple Weaving Knots Every Weaver Should Know - Warped Fibers

Knots and yarn go hand in hand. Sometimes you don't want them, but here are a few examples of some useful weaving knots that you actually will want!

Most Common New Weaver Mistakes When Learning To Weave

Most new weavers make the same mistakes. Mistakes are incredibly important to help you learn, but these 5 new weaver mistakes are easily avoidable.

Weaving Patterns In Plain Weave - Warped Fibers

Plain weave doesn't have to be plain. Using different colors to create patterns with your plain weave is a great way to mix it up!

How To Plan Your Weaving – Weaving Project Guide - Warped Fibers

There are a lot of things that to consider when it's time to plan your weaving. Whether it's your first weaving or 100th - you need to plan accordingly.

These have evolved from my love of painting and weaving, in an effort to create a different kind of tapestry.  I have looked for textured paper, painted on them just like I would paint on canvas,...

These have evolved from my love of painting and weaving, in an effort to create a different kind of tapestry. They are painted on paper and other surfaces and woven with strips cut from the...

This is from my free series on weaving with fabric strips, I show you how to weave fabric using tapestry techniques. #learntoweave #weaving #weavingwithfabric #tapestry

This week on the podcast LaChaun is speaking with Ashton Zager. Ashton is a fiber artist based out of her home in Asheville, North Carolina. She’s a self taught weaver, known for her beautiful circular weavings and woven jewelry pieces. Prior to weaving, she didn’t consider herself creative, but she quickly began to use weaving as a form of therapy through her personal grieving process

This week on the podcast LaChaun is speaking with Ashton Zager. Ashton is a fiber artist based out of her home in Asheville, North Carolina. She’s a self taught weaver, known for her beautiful circular weavings and woven jewelry pieces. Prior to weaving, she didn’t consider herself creative, but she quickly began to use weaving as a form of therapy through her personal grieving process