Archive for the 'rigid heddle' Category

Speedy Tea Towels

There’s a rigid heddle weaving class on Craftsy that I find very helpful. I watch bits and pieces of it periodically and pick up new tips and tricks that I slowly add to my process. One of the two projects in the class is for tea towels made in Sugar’n Cream cotton or some other […]

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Mistake Made

My second project on the rigid heddle, I pulled out some Jamieson’s Shetland Spindrift from the stash and thought I would try my hand at a simple houndstooth / pinwheel houndstooth in two shades of purple. Except I mistakenly warped alternating 4 of each color instead of 2 of each color. So I wove a […]

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First Weaving FO (or a new hobby begins)

In April, I got a rigid heddle loom. I pulled some Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Sock out of the stash and decided to weave it up, using one 50g hank for the warp and the other for the weft. It wove up quickly and I loved the process — even the warping! done It was fascinating […]

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Guess It’ll Be Plaid

plaid This was supposed to be pinwheel/houndstooth, but I accidentally warped it 4×4 instead of 2×2. So. It’s plaid instead!

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