Weaving

Patterns and information on weaving with the emphasis on rigid heddle looms.
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a blue and green knitted blanket laying on top of a white bed coverlet
Waffle Weave Towels on my Rigid Heddle Loom
Rigid Heddle Waffle Weave Towels
several small wooden pegs are connected to a circular object on a table with string
make your own: string bag. – Reading My Tea Leaves – Slow, simple, sustainable living.
someone is stitching something on the side of a piece of blue fabric with white stitches
“Blue Fish” Decorative Leno on a Rigid Heddle loom
yarn spools and twine with text saying weaving yarn weights explain why it's important to choose the right yarn size
Your Guide To Decoding Weaving Yarn Sizes - Warped Fibers
the words 13 easy weaving patterns and techniques for beginners are shown in black letters
Important Weaving Patterns & Techniques For Beginners
the woolery sock scrap scarf is on display in this collage with images of yarns and crochet
Sock Scrap Scarf
This project is perfect for eating up all those yarn scraps you don't know what to do with. Read the post for tips for creating a cohesive color scheme from scraps to make your own scarf.
someone is stitching something on the side of a piece of blue fabric with white stitches
“Blue Fish” Decorative Leno on a Rigid Heddle loom
ashford handicrafts - "Blue Fish" Decorative Leno on a Rigid Heddle loom
the rug heddle texture infusion is shown with text overlays and an image of
Rigid Heddle Texture Infusion Project Idea
Rigid Heddle weaving is great! It's affordable, portable, and all around a great place to start getting into weaving. After you've made several plain weave scarves and towels though, it can get a little monotonous for some of us. We have a suggestion for you if you'd like to keep rocking the plain weave but add a little pizazz to your projects: Texture!