Weaving

Diamonds and Bars Twill Rug

Weavers, in general, are resourceful. If we see a project we love but can’t use, we figure out a way to make it into something we can.…

Foundling Museum

Threads of Feeling: Textiles from The Foundling Museum

Preserved among the records of The Foundling Museum, site of the former London Foundling Hospital, is what is now recognized as the largest collection in Britain of…

Interweave Escapes Knitting Retreat

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Easy Weaving with Little Looms Summer 2019

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Block Doubleweave on 8 Shafts Online Workshop

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Doubleweave Revised & Expanded

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Handwoven, March/April 2019 Digital Edition

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Weaving with Linen Online Workshop

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Designing Handwoven Projects Online Workshop

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WEAVING TRENDS

Threads of Feeling: Textiles from The Foundling Museum

Preserved among the records of The Foundling Museum, site of the former London Foundling Hospital, is what is now recognized as the largest collection in Britain of…

Rose Circles Bed Runner

I love the look of traditional “American” coverlets, with their natural dyes, delightful overshot, and summer and winter designs. In her Rose Circles Bed Runner in the…

Behind the Scenes with Jennifer Moore: Making a Movie About Doubleweave!

It should (hopefully) come as no surprise to anyone that a lot of planning goes into our online video workshops. Months before we tape, the instructor and…

Handwoven March/April 2020 Call For Submissions-The Flora and Fauna Issue!

As a kid, I was always looking for something to fiddle with. Many people are scared of spiders, but I was totally entertained by a tiny one…

Ask Madelyn: Translating Treadling for a Table Loom

I finally pressed my 8-shaft table loom into service and was delighted that the hand-operated levers didn’t slow me down as much as I assumed they would.…

Tied Overshot Journey Runner

When doing an issue dedicated to Americana, it’s easy to focus on not just the patterns, but also the weavers of old—for example, Mary Meigs Atwater, Marguerite…

Planning a Dye Garden

This past year, my husband and I bought our first home. We moved to the Rio Grande Valley, the agricultural heart of southern New Mexico. In our…

Diamonds and Bars Twill Rug

Weavers, in general, are resourceful. If we see a project we love but can’t use, we figure out a way to make it into something we can.…

Diamonds and Bars Twill Rug

Weavers, in general, are resourceful. If we see a project we love but can’t use, we figure out a way to make it into something we can.…

Ancient Rose Scarf

One of my favorite parts of working on my Ancient Rose Scarf for the March/April 2019 issue of Handwoven was taking the time to research overshot and…

Fearless Weaving

I’ve always noticed this: The day you decide you want a blue car of a certain make and model is the day you start seeing them everywhere.…

Drizzling: A Regency Rainy-Day Hobby

If you’ve read the works of Jane Austen or other Regency-era books featuring female main characters, then you’re probably familiar with the various creative hobbies enjoyed by…

I’d Rather Be Weaving

Every time I see a bumper sticker that says “I’d rather be fishing” (or biking, eating chips, etc.), I wonder why I’ve never seen one that says…

An Overshot Draft by Any Other Name

Overshot is the most American and most Canadian of weave structures. I’m not saying that the U.S. and Canada are the only countries that can claim overshot…

Ask Madelyn: Best Structures for Space-Dyed Warps

I have randomly painted warp bundles of 30/2 silk to make a scarf. I searched for an appropriate pattern, since I’ve not worked with pure silk before.…

Inkle Bands Combine Math and Color

My love of weaving kitchen towels seems inexplicable. Why do I spend hours on my computer designing, hours at my warping board winding, and then hours on…

Hoppy Weaving

Last summer, one of my best friends, Rose, married a professional brewer. Due to life and the realities of traveling with a small child, I wasn’t able…

North American Handweaving: Musings on the Past

I’m something of an expert on traditional North American weaving. I’ve run my weaving mill, Thistle Hill Weavers, for over 30 years, specializing in custom and commissioned…

The History of Hairshirts

Lent is the time between Fat Tuesday and Easter. For many Christians around the world, it’s an especially important time. For those who don’t observe Lent, it…

Handwoven Corrections 2019

Jenny Sennott’s In the Pines Runner