Free Weaving Patterns
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Blue Hour ~ Free Tapestry Weaving Pattern
This playful tapestry uses a technique called meet and separate to weave an abstract atmosphere of bold shapes and colors. The design is sketched directly onto the warp threads before weaving, creating a piece that is hand-drawn and one-of-a-kind. This pattern is recommended for beginner and intermediate tapestry weavers who have completed a couple of projects and have a knowledge of the fundamental techniques. Designed by Petra Marciniak.
Simple Woven Coasters ~ Free Weaving Pattern
Weaving coasters is an excellent way to use up small amounts of leftover yarn. Handwoven coasters are so quick and easy to make that even an absolute beginner can make a successful set in an afternoon. Because this project requires so little material, it’s ideal for testing color, various types of yarn, and practicing your weaving skills, like clean selvedges and hemstitching.
Free Weaving Pattern ~ Learn to weave the Echo Baby Blanket
The Echo Baby Blanket is a lightweight and versatile baby blanket woven with a multi-shaft loom using just three cones of 8/2 Un-Mercerized Cotton Weaving Yarn. Soft pastel hues and delicate stripes mimic the pattern of an echo. Choose to weave one of two sizes—a large square (~36" W x 37" L) or small rectangle (~24" W x 37" L). Designed by Katte Geneta.