Is it possible that something so simple can create such beautiful things? Before stumbling across the rigid heddle loom, I knew only of large floor looms, Navajo rug looms, and tapestry looms (not to mention the small potholder looms from my youth). Each of these looms seemed either very expensive or much too limited in what … Continue reading My Rigid Heddle Loom – A Review
A Complicated-Looking Pattern Made Simple If your eyes haven’t crossed while looking at the intro photo, I’d like to welcome you to my Log Cabin weaving tutorial. What a fun, crazy, and complicated-looking pattern it is, but with some direction and tips, you’ll be able to weave it in no time!
Learn how to weave a simple pattern that packs a BIG punch! Houndstooth is one of the most classic patterns for fabrics. Whether on a scarf, coat, skirt, purse, chair, blanket, or umbrella, the houndstooth pattern never seems to go out of style. If you have it in your wardrobe, you will have a piece that will always … Continue reading Houndstooth Pattern – How to
Ever since my in-laws gave me my loom one Christmas, I’d been wanting to make them some placemats for their updated dining room. It is a pretty light blue with dark wood trim and furniture, so I wanted to play off of that. They were really happy with them.