Collection by Natalia Marshall

Natalia Marshall
natural colors of wool - BFL ~ long staple. colours mixed more than 'she' expected but I think it looks great! Didn't realise how much variety there is in BFL family. Wool Yarn, Knitting Yarn, Wool Felt, Spinning Wool, Hand Spinning, Sheep Wool, Needle Felting, Color Mixing, Fiber Art

Hand-Carded Rolags

FLUFFfibers BFL in the Sticks and Stones colorway. I decided to to a gradient spin for Tour de Fleece. Here is the fiber after I hand-carded it into rolags. The long staple of the BFL meant my colors got much more mixed up than I planned, but I did end up with a nice gradient in the brown and charcoal families. On Ravelry

Tapestry Share: Next step after warping--half-hitch at beginning Weaving Loom Diy, Weaving Art, Tapestry Weaving, Hand Weaving, Yarn Thread, Weaving Textiles, Tapestry Design, Weaving Projects, Weaving Techniques

Next step after warping--half-hitch at beginning

Here's another set of photos of the preparation steps I show in classes. These are pretty much the same as I use for most of my tapestries,...

BASIC LESSONS I. Assignment: Visual analysis- Slides and reproductions of historic and contemporary weaving from a variety of cultures. Within many cultures, individual villages or regions have their own recognizable pattern and color combinations. Navajo Weaving, Wire Weaving, Basket Weaving, Hand Weaving, Weaving Textiles, Weaving Patterns, Tapestry Weaving, Peg Loom, Textile Fiber Art

Art Lesson: Weaving on a Cardboard Loom

Warp the loom to about 4" (10 cm), using an even number of warps. Beginning with a chain stitch, create a sampler demonstrating at least five different techniques. Maintain an even selvage. Weave to within ½-1" of the top of the loom, and end with a chain stitch.