Category: "Weave Structures"

  • Our favorite rigid heddle weaver, PattyAnne, shows us how to do Leno Lace on a...

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  • Anything that holds warp under tension is a loom. Any weave structure may be woven on any loom.  This topic comes up often in the Rigid Heddle Weaving Blog's Facebook group and a perfect example of how you can weave anything on any loom.

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  • This 4 thread huck is similar to traditional huck which is normally woven on a...

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  • Getting thrilled about plain weave can be summed up in one word: Saori.

    Saori is a...

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  • This method works for ANY loom, not just inkle!

    According to Mary Atwater's booklet on Inkle...

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  • The key to understanding a weaving draft is to imagine that you're hovering above your loom and looking straight down at it.

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  • This tutorial is how to double weave to double your sett or weave a tube,...

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  • Pick up weaving seems like a very complicated process but actually, once you "get it"...

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  • You can achieve a lot with color and texture on your rigid heddle loom. Here...

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  • Pile loop is a wonderful weave structure to use for making terry cloth towels, bath...

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  • You can do more than tabby (plain weave) with a rigid heddle. You start with...

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