How to Effortlessly Incorporate Fiber Arts into Your Curriculum - The Art of Education University
Fiber arts are often ignored when planning curriculum. Maybe we feel students are too old for a weaving lesson or the materials needed are too expensive. I have fallen into this mindset a time or two myself. In fact, I’ve tried some simple sewing projects here and there, but I’ve never fully committed to incorporating […]
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HOW TO WEAVE A HANDBAG DESIGN: A Primer
Straw Bag Design: Rosa Cha Woven handbag designs offer a sophisticated palette of colour, texture, pattern and scale for a truly unique fashion look. A wide variety of patterns can be made by chang…
Lucy Poskitt: Weaving the line - TextileArtist.org
Lucy Poskitt is a Canadian textile artist living and working in Victoria, British Columbia. She studied within the Interdisciplinary Program...
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Weaving Techniques || The Perfect Way to Tuck End Threads | The Weaving Loom
When I first started out weaving, I didn’t know the best or easiest ways to clean up the backs of my weaves. Especially when my thread ended on the sides of my weaves. It seemed that the sides were harder because they showed more imperfections then if I was tucking a thread in the middle of my weave. Today I’m sharing my best tips on how to tuck in the end threads that hang off the side of your weave. But before I go further, I wanted to offer up a Q&A. If anyone is interested, please ask me…
My daughter brought me back a beautiful grey and white striped pebble from her holiday. It has become the inspiration for a larger wool bag that I intend to felt. I gathered up the materials and did a little sample to start with. Now I am in the process of warping. The sides are done ... ...and I'm warping the ends and weaving the bottom at the same time. The oval shape is a bit tricky at this stage, but once the bottom is complete, it should be straightforward from there.
Weaving Tutorial: Woven Hemstitch Finish (With Video) - A Pretty Fix
If you are new to weaving, then one of the (numerous!) questions you’ve probably asked yourself is how you can finish your handwoven piece with a simple edge. There are a few different ways to achieve this besides tying the ends (for a quick tutorial on tying your weaving ends, go here or here). In today’s weaving tutorial we’ll explore a simple woven hemstitch finish which creates a lovely detail without creating a lot of bulk. Benefits of Using a Hemstitch Finish There are a few benefits…
How to Weave Horizontal Stripes on a Frame Loom
Horizontal Stripes Horizontal stripes are the easiest technique in weaving. Perfect for beginning weavers. All you have to do is weave a few rows of each color. Right? Not quite. If you want neat and clean edges, you have to loop the yarns around each other on the selvedges (the sides of the weaving). Let's get started
Hand Woven Decorative Wallhanging
Este colgante de pared textil extra grande fue tejido en un telar saori en el estilo tradicional japonés Sakiori, un arte de reciclar tiras de tela de kimono en tejido. Vibrante y colorido. Esta pieza está hecha de tiras cortadas a mano seleccionadas de los mejores tejidos de tapicería de diseño de todo el mundo, confeccionadas en una colorida composición de mosaico. El arte textil está suspendido sobre una espiga de madera de roble teñido de ébano (es de 36"w). El resultado es una…