DIY Weaving Tutorial: Double Soumak
7,085 Likes, 69 Comments - DIY Weaving | Lindsey Campbell (@hellohydrangea) on Instagram: “DIY FRIDAY //⠀Double Twining ⠀ Every Friday this month I will be sharing a different way to create…”
How to Join Yarn with the Magic Knot • Free Tutorial by RaffamusaDesigns
Do you want to join your yarn in a fast and secure way? Then come and learn how to join yarn with the magic knot! Useful for both crocheters and knitters.
How to Make a Russian Join for Crocheting and Knitting
The Russian Join is a great way to connect two ends of the same color of yarn so that the join is as seamless as possible in your next project.
May's Weaving Project: Pibione + Tassels
Each month I pick a new weaving technique and create a project centered around it. I take you through step by step so that you understand the new technique and also so that YOU are able to make the beautiful project! This is the best way to expand and refine your weaving abilities! The purpose of
Weaving How-To: Outlines — Hello Hydrangea
Weaving shapes sans color is a great way to keep a design bold and modern. To me, I like to imagine that the tapestry is a blank piece of paper with black sketches drawn right ontop. Although I chose to use a thicker roving for my outlines, a thin material would also look great. Below I hace include
The Best Weaving Tutorials for Beginners - Dwell Beautiful
A round-up of the best weaving tutorials for beginners - if you've always wanted to get into weaving, here are some super easy-to-follow tutorials from some professional weavers! Such a fun hobby to start up and use up that yarn stash!
Adinkra Symbols- Exploring Printmaking and Patterning through Traditional African Textiles - The Kitchen Table Classroom
Follow along as we use ancient art & modern materials to have some fun, adinkra style! This graphic style translates perfectly to a printmaking lesson.
Woven jewelry, Holiday Gift Under 30 Fiber Art Pendant Mini Tapestry Handmade Gift Box
This listing is for one handmade mini-tapestry necklace of your choice,framed with a laser-cut veneered MDF walnut pendant setting. The necklace comes with an 18 inch black leather cord. Each necklace is a one of a kind work of art. Size- 3.2 cm x 4.5cm and 3.5 cm Free shipping in US
Scaffold Weave, Ancient Andean Weaving - ClothRoads
Scaffold weave is one of the most unusual weaving techniques in the world and existed only in the Andean region of South America. The complexity of the woven textiles in this ancient world is still fascinating scholars, weavers and textile lovers today. Current day weavers in the Peruvian Highlands, particularly Pitumarca, still practice this ancient art. Why is it that complex textiles were so highly valued? In the Andes, the essence of the object was what was inside not on the surface…