Sustainable Weaving

Natural Synthetic Yarns – Tencel, Modal, Rayon, & Viscose

Natural Synthetic Yarns – Tencel, Modal, Rayon, & Viscose

No, that is not a typo! Most of us have heard of the two main types of yarn: natural and synthetic. These two yarn types are characterized by not only what they are made of but also how they are made. These yarns also have subcategories that further characterize them...

Darning and Weaving – Mending Your Fabric

Darning and Weaving – Mending Your Fabric

A downside to fabric is that it wears down! Depending on the type of fabric and the amount of use this could happen at any number of times throughout the life of the fabric. I am sure you have a sock or two that has gained some holes over the years. We’re going to be...

Rag Rugs – 5 Variations On The Classic Weaving Project

Rag Rugs – 5 Variations On The Classic Weaving Project

If there is one project that fully epitomizes the idea of Earth month in the Fiber Art space – it’s the rag rug. The rag rug is simply a rug that is made from fabric scraps. They are usually colorful and eclectic and great for use pretty much anywhere! They are also...

T-Shirt Yarn – Upcycled Weft For Your Next Weaving

T-Shirt Yarn – Upcycled Weft For Your Next Weaving

Welcome once again to Earth Month! Actually, today is officially Earth Day! Happy Earth Day! Let’s make something! Every week in April we have been discussing how to have a more sustainable studio practice for you and for the planet. It’s time to take that sustainable...

Alternative Weaving Materials For Your Sustainable Studio

Alternative Weaving Materials For Your Sustainable Studio

Today we’re talking about alternative weaving materials. It’s time to either weave with what you already have or what you can find! We are on week 3 of Earth Month! Every Wednesday this month we are talking about how you can have a more sustainable weaving studio and...

Hi! I'm Nicole!

Hi! I'm Nicole!

I am so happy to have you here on Warped Fibers! I am a weaver and fiber artist that found a love for sharing these passions with anyone willing to listen. So I started this weaving blog so you can learn to weave! Check out the ABOUT page for more information about who I am and the CLASSES page to see what I can teach you! You can also check out my ARTWORK to see what I make in my studio.

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