DIY Woven Rug with Cardboard and Fork
This is a very useful way to weave rugs at lowest cost, you can use yarn, cord, rope, or fabric scraps (Old T-shirts) to make rug or mat, but thin yarn or thread is suggested for basic shaft onto the cardboard. It is an interesting and fun handmade craft in industrial age, and great to […]
THINGS I'VE MADE FROM THINGS I'VE PINNED: DIY WOVEN WALL HANGING. — Gathering Beauty
Welcome to the second installment of Things I've Made From Things I've Pinned. This week I've been having a go at weaving. It seems like an understatement to say that woven wall hangings have been everywhere recently. My pinterest feed has been flooded with them. I've seen some amazing examples but
Rag Rug Looms Now Available Online
Just a quick note to say, You can now purchase John's Rag Rug Looms at: Our Old Country Store Payment is through PayPal, but you don't need a PayPal account to buy. Major credit cards are accepted, too. The process is safe--and fast--and easy. As soon as we get your order, you're loom will be in the mail. . . and you'll be weaving in no time. . .
Weaving Technique || Vertical Strips | The Weaving Loom
Today I have a simple and fun way to add some interest to your weaves and it’s called vertical strips. These are created using the plain weave, however, you weave with two different colored threads and the natural tabby of the plain weave creates the vertical strips. The first thing you do is weave a row of plain weave with your first color, then weave a row of plain weave using the opposite warps like normal, but this time with your second color. Then you continue alternating between color…