Please enjoy using and sharing this Weaving Techniques chart as a reference for your own fibre art adventures. It is a scan from a vintage weaving book in our collection. Share it freely but if you don't mind, shoot a link our way at ww.luneblog.com . Happy Weaving!
UK based textile artist Anita Meades brings a stunning collection of modern tapestries to store and now stocking a hand curated collection of fibres including weaving essentials, macrame cottons and unique artisan ribbons.
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. These are just some of the weaving lessons that I've learned.
My goal for this blog is to share my knowledge about weaving. It's an art form that I love so much and when I first wanted to try weaving there weren't too many resources on it. So as I researched and tried new things I took the time to document what I was doing with
Join me for a few seconds of weaving time. This technique is called Pibione and it creates the best raised bumps on the surface so that your texture looks (and feels) amazing. Hit the titlet above to find the free weaving pattern. Learn about Pibione and all kinds of weaving on my website. I have kits, classes and free tutorials! Music: Sol Rising•Sunshine