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Download this free eBook full of free hand weaving projects for beginners including functional (and colorful!) handwoven towels and placemats.

Download this free eBook full of free hand weaving projects for beginners including functional (and colorful!) handwoven towels and placemats.

Doup leno lace weave, from an article by Irma Spaargaren on weavezine.com

Doup leno lace weave, from an article by Irma Spaargaren on weavezine.com

Weave-Away: Another one from Pinterest

Weave-Away: Another one from Pinterest

Drooling over the projects in this new weaving eBook from Handwoven! Rigid heddle weavers, get excited--this one's for you. Check it out here!

Drooling over the projects in this new weaving eBook from Handwoven! Rigid heddle weavers, get excited--this one's for you. Check it out here!

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Canadian smocking tutorials

Canadian smocking tutorials

Echo Weave Draft for Scarf in Pastel Colors (generated from Preliminary Draft)

Echo Weave Draft for Scarf in Pastel Colors (generated from Preliminary Draft)

The colours of this warp are inspired by the giant pacific octopus. During my maternity leave I took the kids to tot Tuesday at the aquarium, and every visit we always make sure to find wherever the octopus was hiding. Every six months or so the octopus outgrows the tank, so it is released and a new juvenile obtained for the exhibit. Each octopus is named, and the particular octopus we had been seeing each week is called Norman, named after a long time aquarium volunteer.

The colours of this warp are inspired by the giant pacific octopus. During my maternity leave I took the kids to tot Tuesday at the aquarium, and every visit we always make sure to find wherever the octopus was hiding. Every six months or so the octopus outgrows the tank, so it is released and a new juvenile obtained for the exhibit. Each octopus is named, and the particular octopus we had been seeing each week is called Norman, named after a long time aquarium volunteer.

woven rainbow wraps

woven rainbow wraps

Linda's Maltese Cross scarf on the loom.

Linda's Maltese Cross scarf on the loom.