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Hemstitch – Decorative & Practical Finishing Technique

Hemstitch – Decorative & Practical Finishing Technique

Depending on who you talk to, finishing their weaving is probably tied with setting up their loom for their least favorite part of the weaving process. Don’t stop reading though! Knowing how to correctly finish your weaving is important to not only the look, but also...

Discontinuous Weft – Meet and Separate Technique

Discontinuous Weft – Meet and Separate Technique

Discontinuous weft is a big feature of most tapestries. Actually, it's one of the defining features! Essentially, it’s when you have more than one weft in the same shed (weaving on the same line) and is the cornerstone of imagery. This is because it allows you to have...

Embroidery Stitches For Weaving

Embroidery Stitches For Weaving

Sometimes everything that you want to do with your weaving isn’t possible with weaving itself. Sometimes it is possible, but it could be a lot easier! Using embroidery with your weaving is a great way to add something extra to the surface of your weaving that can...

5 Simple DIY Woven Gifts For Your List

5 Simple DIY Woven Gifts For Your List

The best gifts are those you make. No, really! It's not just something your mom told you when you gave her that macaroni necklace as a kid (I'm sure she loved it). Giving the gift of woven art is an amazing handmade present that pretty much everyone would be lucky to...

How (And Why!) You Should Weave In Your Weft Tails

How (And Why!) You Should Weave In Your Weft Tails

Did you know that finishing your weaving starts during the actual weaving process? Or at least it should. It’s important to weave in your weft tails as you go to make finishing easier. First, let’s go over what “tails” even are! If you checked out my post on...

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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