Whether you call it a lapghan, lap robe, or lap blanket, you will agree that they are very comfy and cozy. Now, you can make your own in any or all of these seven crafts.Read More
We will be weaving on the diagonal using the Continuous Strand Method – You create the warp and weave your weft as you go. Diagonal weaving creates a bias-woven fabric. This type of fabric drapes well and resists unraveling.Read More
Rigid Heddle Loom, Table Loom, or Floor Loom: Which weaving loom is right for you?Before I get into the differences/similarities of the weaving looms, let me give you this comparison.These three vehicles are all modes of transportation but require different levels of exertion on your part.Read More
The rigid heddle loom is compact and gives you the satisfaction of being able to weave beautiful scarves, mats, belts, dish towels, tapestries, and more. They are a great way to work up your yarn stash.Read More
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