Weaving

Sparkle Nation Scarf

I am an absolute sucker for sparkly yarns. If it has sequins, glitter, or just an overall metallic look, I want it. Perhaps it’s because I went…

Doubleweave on a 4-Shaft Loom Online Workshop
Handwoven Loom Theory: Four Shaft Scarf Collection
Handwoven November/December 2018 Magazine
Lilli Loom Tapestry Weaving Collection
Totally Twill: Beyond the Basics Online Workshop
Weaver's Yarn Companion with Tom Knisely Online Workshop

WEAVING TRENDS

Yarn to Love Scarf

Sometimes when I design a project, I have an idea and choose my yarns based on my vision of the finished project. Other times, I fall in…

Street Smart Scarf

In Sara Goldenberg’s Street Smart scarf, from Handwoven Loom Theory: Rigid-Heddle Scarf Collection, she combines color-and-weave with just a bit of pick-up to create a scarf that…

Sparkle Nation Scarf

I am an absolute sucker for sparkly yarns. If it has sequins, glitter, or just an overall metallic look, I want it. Perhaps it’s because I went…

Taconic Tonic Scarf

Elisabeth Hill is a master of deflected doubleweave. I’ve seen her create truly astounding cloth on 4- and 8-shaft looms (as well as 12- and 16-shaft looms…

You Should Be Weaving on a Tapestry Loom

Want to improve your weaving skills and become a more thoughtful, deliberate weaver? Want to get more comfortable exploring color and texture? Want to learn new techniques?…

Winter Jasmine Scarf

Chenille yarn is sumptuously soft, with a texture and sheen like no other fiber. Its only fault is that if not woven correctly, it tends to worm,…

Team Colors Weave-along – Starts November 14th!

Show your team spirit… Weave a scarf for the sport fan or fans in your life! The Team Colors Weave-along starts Wednesday, November 14th and we want…

Sunset Shawl

When Judith Shangold told me she wanted to weave a shawl using the hatching technique, I was intrigued—and a little worried. Hatching is a traditional tapestry technique,…

Sunset Shawl

When Judith Shangold told me she wanted to weave a shawl using the hatching technique, I was intrigued—and a little worried. Hatching is a traditional tapestry technique,…

Silk Scarf

I love silk. I love the way it feels—smooth and crisp all at the same time. I love the way it stays cool in the summer and…

Changes at the Textile Museum

A couple years ago, I was lucky enough to visit the George Washington University Museum and Textile Museum in Washington, D.C. The exhibit I saw was absolutely…

Spinning Wheels Old and New

First of all, I apologize for bursting any romantic ideas about spinning wheels, but they are simply a means of twisting fiber into a usable thread. If…

Our Newest Workshop Will Have You Seeing Double—with Doubleweave!

Over the last year, we’ve made a lot of changes at Interweave Video Studio. We’ve tried to seriously up our game, bringing you not only the best…

Botanical Weaving and Woven Wildflowers

In the past few months, my focus has been very much botanical weaving. First I wove not one but two poppy-inspired scarves (the first of which you…

Ask Madelyn: Yarn Tracking

I met a great weaver yesterday, and she showed me some blankets which had lovely patterning on them. I asked about the patterns and she said it…

Express Yourself with Rigid-Heddle Weaving

A few years ago I received a rigid-heddle loom. Excited, I immediately set it up, followed the warping instructions, and wove . . . an oblong. I…

Get in the Game with the Team Colors Weave-along!

Sports fans and fans of sports fans, unite! Join the rigid-heddle Team Colors Weave-along, and with our guidance, you can learn tips and tricks for weaving a…

Española Fall Fiber Fiesta

For the past 6 years, the Española Valley Arts Center has put on the Fall Fiber Fiesta, a fiber show devoted to local fiber artists and artisans.…

Ask Madelyn: About Marian Powell

I’ve recently become obsessed not only with shadow weave but also with the woman behind the Powell system. Do you happen to know anything about the life…

A Rigid-Heddle Loom for the People

Whenever I hear a rigid-heddle loom referred to as a “beginner’s loom,” I can’t help but shake my head in disappointment, for while the loom itself might…