I bet many of you have these little school frame looms at home… and the firm intention to use them one day to do some weaving, to make beautiful wall-hangings and play around a bit… and never done so, because you don’t know how to warp it?
Want to start a series of articles about inspirations and inspirational artistes that make my heart sing. The first one in this series is an American textile artist, Mary Clarke Edwards. Her artiste name is Mary Buttons and she’s a Knitter, Weaver and Bagmaker. And the reason why I started to weave myself!
Today the third post of my little series about weaving adventures! (First one with general explications here, second one about weaving without a loom here). I use the book Weaving within the reach as an inspiration to try out different techniques – this week I made a last experiment to weave without a loom.
Looking for a beautiful, useful crochet basket pattern? I found one I’m absolutely happy with and I wanted to share. It’s the Darling Be Brave Adjustable Basket Pattern by Megan Aldred.
I’m in love with crochet bags! Especially every summer I have to try a new pattern and designer. This summer I discovered the Finnish designer Molla Mills! And I think I’m addicted!
Took some of my handspun yarns, some leftovers, some of my “artyarn” experiments to play around a bit. No special idea, no use in mind, only the theme ‘pink variations’…