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Weaving yarn

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Weaving Kits and Fibre bundles. Discover our wide range of yarns that are great for knitting, weaving and crochet along our big collections of cotton string, weaving tools and needle-felt supplies.

What You Need To Know About Weaving With Wool

Weaving with wool has many pros including creating fabrics that are fire resistant & temperature regulating. Learn more about wools history.

Guide to Weaving Yarn Size

Measurements can vary by country, in this article I'll be referring to US terms. The size refers to how many yards of the fiber it takes to make 1 pound of yarn. This is called the yarn count. For cotton, silk, and rayon: Size 1 means there are 840 yards of the yarn in 1 pound.

5 Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started Weaving

Five Things That I Wish I'd Known When I First Started Weaving on a Frame Loom from a completely self-taught weaver who learned entirely by trying things, Googling, and learning through mistakes.

Find Your Next Weaving Supplies - Warped Fibers

Recommened weaving supplies for beginner and advanced weavers! Everything you need to get started and learn how to weave!

Where To Buy Yarn Online

Online yarn stores are one of the easiest ways to fill your weaving studio. If you can't get to a local yarn store - you can bring the yarn to you!

Weaving Yarn

At Gist Yarn, we're proud to contribute to a thriving textile industry by working with fiber farmers, spinning mills, and dyehouses to develop yarn for weavers. We make and carry weaving yarns in a wide variety of fibers, including high quality cotton, linen, wool, alpaca, and silk in a variety of sizes.

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Stranding is a Knitting Technique used when you are knitting with 2 or 3 different colors of yarn. You are basically carrying the yarn with you. If you don't, you'll have to start each row with a new piece of yarn causing loads of weaving in to do. Stranding is the carrying of yarn, without knitting it (every time). The different yarns need to interlink without creating holes in your knitting. TIP: Knit loosely to avoid puckering.
How to Use a Drop Spindle to Spin Your Own Yarn
In today's video tutorial, I will be going over 2 different ways to make bunny ears, a square knot method and a double half hitch knot method.   These ears are made onto a 2" wooden ring and can be used in multiple different projects such as baby teethers, add-ons onto a wall hanging or to start a plant hanger.  #Macramebunnyears #macrameuniquedesigns #macramepatterns #Macrameanimals #Bochiknotmacrame #macramewoodenrings #DIYmacramepatterns #DIYmacrameanimals #macrameanimalproject #macrameDIY
So what is plying? In very simple terms – two or more single yarn twisted together to form a single yarn. It was fascinating to see how soft and pliable the yarn became once it was plied. Is that why the process is called plying?! Muezart was now ready to supply plied yarn to the knitting community! And the knitting and craft makers in India were about to get an all-natural yarn they have been waiting for.