The Tools You Need for Weaving Napkins

This is the third of a five-part series by Elisabeth Hill describing her process of designing a handwoven napkin project for Handwoven November/December 2018. The napkins are finished now and she is reflecting on the tools she used. Be sure to check out her earlier posts on weaving napkins: “huck horror” and “hapkins” (Happy Napkins). […]

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Hapkins (Happy Napkins)

Handwoven contributor Elisabeth Hill is weaving a napkin project for Handwoven November/December 2018, and she is writing a 5-part series about the experience. Here is her second post about her weaving and design process and how she recovered from her first “huck horror”. Enjoy, Susan After the dismal “huck horror” outlined in my previous post, […]

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The Unbroken Thread

In her Traditions article for the May/June 2017 issue, Elisabeth Hill muses on the metaphor of the unrbroken thread and how, through our art and our craft, we are all connected as weavers around the world and throughout time. Here’s an excerpt from her article, to see the full article check out the May/June 2017 […]

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What is Scandinavian Weaving?

Have you ever wondered what exactly is Scandinavian weaving? In this Endnotes article from the March/Apri 2017 issue of Handwoven Elisabeth Hill interviews two weavers familiar with weaving in the Scandinavian way to find out the answer. ~Christina The March/April 2017 issue of Handwoven issue is all about Scandinavian weaving, but what defines Scandinavian weaving? […]

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