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This is super important to hold your weaving in place, especially if your warp string is quite thick like mine cotton rope) fiber art Hemstitch on Twinning Weaving Loom Diy, Weaving Art, Tapestry Weaving, Loom Weaving Projects, Macrame Projects, Macrame Patterns, Weaving Patterns, Weaving Wall Hanging, Weaving Textiles
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Hemstitch on Twinning

This is super important to hold your weaving in place, especially if your warp string is quite thick like mine (3mm cotton rope)

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'Knit' Like the Vikings

Have you ever wondered what Vikings wore to help them survive long, cold winters? Their fabric-making technique, Nalbinding, pre-dates knitting, and creates dense and warm items which don't unravel the way knitted items do.

You can make your own DIY pillow cover in just 10 minutes with this super simple method! Perfect for beginner sewers! Can you believe it used to take me like an hour to make myself a DIY pillow cover? Diy Pillow Covers, Diy Pillows, Decorative Pillows, Homemade Pillow Covers, Sewing Throw Pillows, Chair Covers, Cushion Covers, Fabric Crafts, Sewing Crafts

The 10 Minute DIY Pillow Cover | The Creek Line House

You can make your own DIY pillow cover in just 10 minutes with this super simple method! Perfect for beginner sewers or anyone who wants a quick update!

Using shuttles. Includes tips for avoiding problems and using them the right… Inkle Weaving, Inkle Loom, Card Weaving, Tablet Weaving, Weaving Art, Tapestry Weaving, Types Of Weaving, Weaving Tools, Weaving Projects

Selecting Shuttles & Accessories | Learning About Looms

A weaver recently asked how to prevent the bobbins from catching in her double bobbin shuttle. This problem is less about double bobbin shuttles than it is about bobbins...

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How to Make a Zippered Pillow Case For the Total Beginner

Learn how to make a pillow cover with a zipper in this easy tutorial for beginners. It’s easier than you think! This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my disclosure. I used to be afraid of my sewing machine. In fact, in an effort to avoid sewing a zipper in a pillow , I used hem tape on the first pillows I ever made, which didn't last and they sat on my sofa with a bulging seam for way too long. I had to place them strategically so you couldn't tell. (I…

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Twining is an old weaving technique that has been adapted over the last century to make rag rugs. Twining is probably the most "homemade" kind of weaving. Strips of fabric are interwoven on a simple loom to make attractive and very durable rugs. Rug Loom, Loom Weaving, Tapestry Weaving, Rag Rug Diy, Diy Rugs, Homemade Rugs, Rag Rug Tutorial, Braided Rug Tutorial, Braided Rag Rugs

How to Make a Rag Rug Loom | eHow.com

Making rag rugs is a project that can be customized in a lot of ways. Your choice of material, how wide you cut your strips of fabric and the size of the loom are all factors that affect the look and feel of the rug when it is finished.