Check out this new free ebook from Interweave: Learn How to Make Woven Bags with 4 Woven Bag Projects. The site says,

Handmade bags and totes require only a small amount of fabric, are easy to weave, require minimal

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Interweave has a whole series of free craft ebooks. One that may be particularly interesting to fiber artists is Tapestry Weaving. Promotional materials say,

This free guide contains tips and information about the materials you need to learn how to

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A group of Moroccan women is touring the United States demonstrating the traditional carpet weaving of their African country. Find out more from The Washington Post. And many thanks to Etsy’s Storque for raising awareness about this opportunity to …

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Enjoy a video that explores the history and technique of Yuki Tsumugi, a Japanese tradition of silk weaving. Thanks to Neki Desu for sharing this work of “restrained beauty” on her A Movable Feast blog.…

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Rachel Hobson of Craftzine.com found and shared a video by weaver Whitney Matalone that knocks my socks off. The time-lapse record of the process of Ikat has convinced me that any work in this form should be worth at least …

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Jennifer of CraftSanity spent a week at her kiddo’s elementary school, teaching 500 kindergarten through fifth-graders to weave and leading them in creating a patchwork rug for the school library. Her blog post shares the concrete and intangible benefits of

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Give yourself a little joy today: Go over to Deborah Schlegel‘s Art Threads blog and check out her review (with great photos) of a current exhibit of the fiber art of Kelsey Viola Wiskirchen, Handed On. These delicate …

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Check out a fascinating scarf and beret on rRradionica blog. How was this done? Circular weaving + crochet? Whatever the technique, the results are amazing. See lots more views at the post.…

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Check out the rockin tutorial on Craftzine.com for building your own inkle loom. The guest post by Kristin Roach steps you through materials, tools, and construction with clear instructions and handy illustrations. She says,

I love the way woven straps

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South Carolina-based artist Jay Mohler has posted a tutorial on The Storque for weaving complicated Ojos de Dios (God’s Eyes). He says,

These instructions are not intended to teach you how to construct one particular ojo, but rather to demonstrate

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You’ll enjoy the brief but insightful article on the Etsy blog about Swedish designer and weaver Märta Måås-Fjetterström, who blazed a trail for contemporary and female textile artists in the early 20th century and left a rich legacy of …

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Christine continues her quest to try 52 Crafts in 52 Weeks by trying her hand at weaving. She used a homemade cardboard loom and some yarn, string, and ribbon to create this beautiful piece. And she shows how she did …

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The Silly BooDilly handmade some gorgeous paper and then added hand weaving and stitching. Beautiful! I am totally stealing her idea for card fronts and small framed works. See more photos at her blog post.…

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Jamie Chalmers (Mr X Stitch) has posted a review of the work of Jeremy Chase Sanders, a textile artist from San Francisco, California, USA. The plaids shown here were woven by Jeremy. They’re pretty enough as they are, but …

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An un-bylined post on the Textile Arts Center blog gives us a rockin overview of Ikat weaving — a technique in which warp and/or weft threads are resist-dyed (usually tie-dyed) before weaving. Enjoy a summary and beautiful photos at the

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