Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024
Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024
Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024
Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024
Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024
Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024
Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024
Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024
Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024
Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024
Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024
Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024
Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024
Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024

Easy Weaving With Little Looms Fall 2024

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Explore the best of fiber combinations with the Fall 2024 issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms. From projects woven out of beautiful blends to cloth that combines yarn types for spectacular effects, this issue is all about how weavers mix and match fibers. 

Further your fiber education with the Fiber 101 article, and then take a deep dive into the world of Angora rabbits. Frequent Little Looms designer and Angora rabbit breeder Greta Holmstrom shares what makes these rabbits so special—and why their fiber is usually blended. One of the best ways to understand yarn is to make it yourself, so we’ve got an article by Debbie Held on how her experience as a handspinner has made her a better weaver—even when using store bought yarn. Also, in this issue, learn how easy it can be to design and weave yardage for your own no-sew vest from Judith Shangold and get the details on how to use pick and pick and wavy lines in tapestries in the last installment of Tapestry Weaving.
 
The projects offer hands-on lessons for using blends and combining fibers. In this issue, you’ll find some twilight inspired towels woven in cottolin, a set of elegant baskets woven out of a paper-linen blend, a runner that mixes cottons with a thick wool for a hint of differential shrinkage, and two inkle-woven bracelets that show how adding a bit of rayon to cottolin can really up the shine.
 
Weavers of all skill levels are sure to love these fiber duos (and trios!). Sometimes blends are just better.
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Features:

String Theory: Fiber 101—The Basics by Amy Tyler
How Learning to Spin can Make you a Better Weaver by Debbie Held 
Behind the Yarn: Angora Rabbits by Greta Holmstrom
The Rebel Loom: A Rigid Heddle History by Michele Marshall 
Excerpt: Rustic Linen Placemats by Anita Osterhaug 
Tapestry Weaving: Pick and Pick and Wavy Lines by Elena Kawachi and Claudia Chase 
Weaving to Wear: Using Your Stash by Judith Shangold
 
Projects:

Harvest Festival Runner by Jennifer Kwong (rigid heddle)
The Queenslander Scarf by Annabelle Johnstone (rigid heddle)
Orchard Harvest Mittens by Dana Rebmann (pin loom)
Orchard Harvest Cowl by Dana Rebmann (pin loom)
Red Brick Road Towels by Regina McInnes (rigid heddle)
Pin-Loom Pumpkin Patch by Deb Bagley (pin loom)
Desert Twilight Towels by Malynda Allen (rigid heddle)
Shifting Light Placemats by Brittany Wells (rigid heddle)
Lotus Flower Baskets by Gabi van Tassell (pin loom)
Take-Along Journal Covers by Meg Stump (pin loom)
Autumn Bouquet Scarf by Charles Davis (rigid heddle)
Jaunty Angora Tam by Greta Holmstrom (pin loom)
Snuggly Skip-Dent Scarf by Sedona Rigsby (rigid heddle)
Pretty in Plum Purse by Jennifer Chapman (pin loom)
Ocean Sunrise Scarf by Gala McCurdy (rigid heddle)
A Touch of Turquoise by Alison Irwin (inkle)
Author/Designer: Little Looms Editors