Weaving

Silk Wall of Troy 16-Shaft Scarf

I love silk and I love weaving twill, so it should come as no surprise that I was immediately smitten with Laura Fry’s Wall of Troy 16-shaft…

Jin Silk Scarf 16-Shaft

I almost never have loom envy—I’m usually perfectly happy with my 8-shaft loom. Every once in a while a project comes along that makes me wish I…

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

Friendship Scarf 14-Shaft

Celebrate friendship and weaving with Suzie Liles’s 14-shaft Friendship Scarf. Suzie’s design cleverly uses Bronson lace to spell out Frienship in Weaving in crisp and lovely linen.…

Friendship Scarf 8-Shaft

Weave a literal message of friendship with Suzie Liles’s Friendship Scarf. Using just 8-shafts—no pick-up stick required—Suzie’s scarf has Friendship spelled out in beautiful Bronson lace. Woven…

Silk Wall of Troy 16-Shaft Scarf

I love silk and I love weaving twill, so it should come as no surprise that I was immediately smitten with Laura Fry’s Wall of Troy 16-shaft…

Silk Wall of Troy 8-Shaft

Sometimes you want a weaving project with complex repeats that go on forever, and sometimes you want to weave something that just looks complicated—a project where you…

Autumn Leaves 16-Shaft

Warm wools combined with warm colors make Deanna Deeds’s 16-shaft Autumn Leaves scarf the perfect autumnal accessory. Woven in cozy wools and featuring just a hint of…

Autumn Leaves 8-Shaft

Celebrate autumn with Deanna Deeds’s 8-shaft Autumn Leaves Scarf from Handwoven Loom Theory: Eight and Over Eight Scarf Collection. Woven in scrumptious Jagger Spun wools, this scarf…

Ask Madelyn: A Dent Dilemma

I recently purchased your video Warping Your Loom. I paid careful attention to your method as I warped 480 ends of 8/2 unmercerized cotton at 3 ends per…

Handwoven Call for Submissions September/October 2019

It’s wonderful to consider that in 2019, we will celebrate Handwoven’s 40th anniversary. Forty years ago, Linda Ligon started Handwoven with the aim of inspiring and assisting…

Handwoven Call for Submissions September/October 2019

It’s wonderful to consider that in 2019, we will celebrate Handwoven’s 40th anniversary. Forty years ago, Linda Ligon started Handwoven with the aim of inspiring and assisting…

Online Education has a Whole New Look! Don’t Believe Us? Try a Free Spinning Class!

We’re thrilled to launch our new look in September, with Jennifer Moore’s Doubleweave on a 4-Shaft Loom Online Workshop sponsored by Schacht. State-of-the-art camerawork will bring you…

DAM Dior Display

When Christian Dior burst onto the Paris fashion scene in 1947, his designs caused an immediate reaction. Known as the New Look, Dior’s designs were a reaction…

Ask Madelyn: To Unweave or Not to Unweave

I am weaving a silk scarf in huck lace (it’s actually a project from the new eBook Best of Handwoven: Weaving with Silk). I was advancing the…

Please DO Write in Your Weaving Books

Recently I saw a comment (online, of course) stating that books should never be written in. Instead, they should be respected and treated with kindness and delicacy—annotations…

Hmong Textiles on Display

Cloth as Community: Hmong Textiles in America is currently on display at the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising at Colorado State University until December 21. The…

Ask Madelyn: Difference Between Turned Drafts and Turned Twill

Thanks, Madelyn, for answering my question “What is a turned draft?” But now I’m confused about the weave structure called turned twill. It has nothing to do…

12 Craft Kits to Make and Give This Holiday Season

We are believers in making things with our hands and the positive mental outcomes that result from doing so. This season, we would like to challenge you…

Stained-Glass Scarf

I remember the first time I got my hands on a copy of The Art of Weaving by Else Regensteiner. I had no idea what I was…

Majestic Royal Scarf

There are very few times in my life I’ve wished I had a loom with more than 8 shafts. One of those times was when I first…

Huck Lace Meets Color-and-Weave

I love it when weavers take traditional structures and weave them in such a way that it makes them into something more. Take Robin Wilton’s Huck Lace…

Wine and Roses Scarves

There’s just something about asymmetrical striping that I absolutely love. It’s such a simple design feature, and yet it creates cloth that just makes you want to…