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Rigid heddle weaving

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When to Use Which Finish - Yarnworker - Know-how for the rigid heddle loom

Finishing your fringe is like icing a cake. You can create a highly decorative look or something clean and simple. Beyond aesthetics, how do you know which technique is best for your specific circumstance? The purpose of finishing your fringe is to secure the weft and, if necessary, keep the yarn from fraying. Some folks ... Read more

How to maintain straight selvedges is the number two pain point for weavers. It comes second only to warping. There are three things you must do if you want to maintain tidy edges and prevent draw …

How to maintain straight selvedges is the number two pain point for weavers. It comes second only to warping. There are three things you can do if you want to maintain tidy edges and prevent draw in. Weft Angle The weft yarn doesn’t travel in a straight line from selvedge to selvedge. It has to ... Read more

Double width weaving on a rigid heddle loom – Meilindis Creations

I have done a double width weaving project! It was a bit hard at the beginning, but it became easier and more fun later. I think that my next double weaving project will go more smoothly. I’l…

There are many ways to finish the fringe on your weaving project, which is right for your project?

Finishing your fringe is like icing a cake. You can create a highly decorative look or something clean and simple. Beyond aesthetics, how do you know which technique is best for your specific circumstance? The purpose of finishing your fringe is to secure the weft and, if necessary, keep the yarn from fraying. Some folks ... Read more

As a new weaver, there's a lot that you don't know. You learn as you keep weaving and practicing and learning. I learned these weaving truths and thoughts so I could teach them to you.

As a new weaver, there's a lot that you don't know. You learn as you keep weaving and practicing and learning. I learned these weaving truths and thoughts so I could teach them to you.