Warping Trapeze

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Pebble Weave Deer
Pebble Weave Deer

You don’t swing on a warping trapeze.  If you’ve ever been a child, you most likely had an art class, or went to day camp, or if you were really lucky you spent a week at Scout camp.  And, I’d be willing to bet (a very small sum, of course) you wove something.  A potholder made of stretchy loops made on a six inch square metal loom.  A lanyard of plastic strands woven with a clip to hold a whistle or your ID tag.  A beaded bracelet woven on a little metal loom.  Or maybe you even pounded a few brads into the end of a wooden thread spool and tried your hand at spool knitting.  Am I right? Continue reading “Warping Trapeze”

How to Weave an Inkle Band

Inkle Weave

Has a rhythm of its own. Pick-up. Weave. Change the shed. Beat. Tug.

Use this interesting weave to make beautiful straps, belts and other things. To expand my shared experiences in weaving, I encourage you to revisit this post from 2014, then join me as I expand on the theme in 2018.

Inkle Krojbragd Weave
Inkle Krojbragd Weave

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