Rigid Heddle Weaving Patterns & Inspiration
A collection of patterns and other inspiration for rigid heddle weavers.
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The undulating pattern throughout this silk scarf is created by pairing thick and thin warp stripes with bold weft color blocks. Three colors of Sero Silk Noil are alternated in the warp, for an unexpected combination of neutral tones and subtle hints of purple. The warp colors complemented each other so well that we could not choose just one option for the weft, so we split the decision and wove a block of each. Designed by Christine Jablonski.
The Rigid Heddle Weaver’s Playbox is a collection of three boxes filled with yarn from North American mills and dye houses, paired with an in-depth PDF guide that will help you expand your rigid heddle weaving skills. Liz Gipson designed these boxes to help beginner and intermediate rigid heddle weavers deepen their learning and think creatively as a weaver.
This lightweight, all seasons scarf is woven with a combination of Duet Cotton/Linen and Mallo Cotton Slub. The variations in the texture of the yarns add a little something extra to the simple plain weave structure. It is suitable for beginners to weave on a rigid heddle loom (or multi-shaft loom) while playing with the rhythm of colorful stripes.
Interested in trying double heddle weaving, or doubleweave, on your rigid heddle loom? Our newest pattern from Christine Jablonski uses this magical technique that allows you to weave cloth twice the width of your loom. With two heddles and two pick-up sticks you will weave two layers of fabric simultaneously, that are connected at one edge. When taken off the loom, the cloth unfolds to a wide, beachy shawl.