Weft-Faced: Tapestry Techniques & Beyond Materials

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8/4 Cotton Carpet Warp

I recommend starting with either Ecru or Ivory, but this rug warp also comes in 60 other colors!

8/2 Linen


Harrisville Shetland wool yarn (what I use in the course in colors: Peacock, Charcoal, and Chianti)

Peter Collingwood wool

Cascade BFL Wool

Or anything you want!

Tapestry needles

Recommended: At least 2 needles, but you really can’t have too many!


Traditional straight tapestry needles

Bent tapestry needles

Extra-long tapestry needle

Brick and Mortar:

Michaels or JoAnne Fabrics. Found with crochet hooks and knitting needles.

Scissors & yarn snips

Singer yarn snips (the ones I am using in the course)

Generic yarn snips (these are great too and I use them when I travel for classes)

Fabric scissors

Brick and Mortar:

Michaels, JoAnne Fabrics, or anywhere that sells fabric

Tapestry beaters

Navajo weaving fork (the first one I bought)

Small metal tine tapestry beater (my favorite!)

Double-ended tapestry beater

Alternatively, you can use any comb or fork you have laying around! I normally use a 7-inch comb that I got from Target.

Other materials

Dowel rod

Grey thread

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