Now that you have woven a color gamp, what do you do with it? It is a pretty piece of fabric...it looks great as a wall hanging, or as a throw
We recently recounted the beginnings of the wool blanket saga, and now for part two, the finale to the ultimate 2017 Blanket Creation
It seemed like a good idea at the time... Melissa Weaver Dunning will be teaching Tartan Weaving at the Florida Tropical Weavers Guild
How to arrange the colors in a Color Gamp is a question that can lead to many enjoyable hours of planning, thinking and rearranging. In a purely
The holiday decorations are put away and the days are finally beginning to get longer. The winter storms are heading out and our looms await.
This weekend we learned that Randall Darwall, an icon in the weaving world, has left us. We are heartbroken and yet so very thankful that we
As we were working on the gray Chameleon scarves, using 3 strands of 10/2 mercerized cotton yarn, it suddenly occurred to us that we already had
Weaving a project always leads to plenty of "what if" questions. After weaving the blue-green Chameleon scarf, we started thinking about what
How could we weave scarves that change color from the beginning to the end, top to bottom, just like a Chameleon, on a Rigid Heddle Loom and not
The other day a local weaver came by, and as we were chatting, she mentioned that she was weaving a "Spockloth". A what? My mind snapped to
American Maid™ Yarns, which we use for our American Maid Sampler Kit, get their color from the cotton plant's genes rather than from the dyepot.
We are so excited to announce our new website is finally ready for viewing. New Pictures We hope you get a chance to look around at all the
Broken selvage threads can be a frustration to any weaver. Especially when you are using soft yarns in the warp to make scarves, or other
If you ever put on a warp and then want to weave that same warp in several different weave structures you may need to resley or rethread your
We are often asked if mercerized or unmercerized yarns are better for towels. Our answer is always a resounding...it
Winding long warps (more than 3 yards long) can be simplified by winding the warp vertically on the warping board. Some of us (i.e. Katzy) have