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Here are 100 Best Weaving Blogs you should follow in 2023

1. The Weaving Loom | The Modern Weaver's Resource

The Weaving Loom | The Modern Weaver's Resource Chicago, Illinois, US
Hi I'm Kate. I've created this blog to share my love of weaving and help creatives like you learn how to weave too. Here you will find posts f...or how to weave, how to do different techniques and much more.more
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2. Mirrix Tapestry & Bead Looms

Mirrix Tapestry & Bead Looms Seattle, Washington, US
Mirrix Looms are bead and tapestry looms for everyone from the novice crafter to the professional artist. We don't just make looms, we weave on th...em too. We ensure that every piece of equipment we design and manufacture is engineered to accomplish its single task: to allow its user to easily create a professional-quality piece of artwork.more
6.7K 734 11.2K 3 posts / month DA 36 Get Email Contact

3. The Weave Shed | A Professional Weavers Website

The Weave Shed | A Professional Weavers Website The Weave Shed is a website for weave designers with a portfolio practice, payee, mills, independent, designer makers, tapestry, artists, educators an...d students. The site was initially funded for the for the first two years by The Worshipful Company of Weavers and Central Saint Martins, University of The Arts London.more
1.7K 1 post / week DA 21 Get Email Contact

4. Newspaper weaving

Newspaper weaving US
Take your old newspaper and recycle it into something that can be used in your house. By making baskets out of woven newspaper, you can create several... different sizes, styles and types of baskets. Paint the baskets so they match your decor. With just a few items and some patience, you can use that newspaper for something other than filling up the recycling bin. more
1 post / quarter Aug 2013 Get Email Contact

5. Off the Beaded Path

Off the Beaded Path North Carolina, US
This channel is dedicated to the art of bead work. On this channel you will find fun and easy step by step bead weaving tutorials. Tutorials range fro...m beginner to advanced.more
21.2K 251 1 post / week Dec 2006 Get Email Contact

6. Backstrap Weaving

Backstrap Weaving My weaving , my indigenous teachers, my inspiration, tutorials and more.
2 posts / month DA 29 Get Email Contact

7. Tien Chiu | Weaver and Writer

Tien Chiu | Weaver and Writer San Francisco, California, US
I'm a weaver who is fascinated by the potential of cloth. I began my weaving career with handwoven garments, such as my Kodachrome Jacket (feature...d on the cover of Handwoven Magazine), and my handwoven, couture-sewn wedding dress (now part of the permanent collection at the American Textile History Museum).more
171 1 post / year DA 40 Get Email Contact

8. Vritti Designs

Vritti Designs Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Vritti is a merge of traditional illumination where ethnicity meets modern trend. The word 'Vritti', originates from Sanskrit language, which means a ...serene wave emerging from mind which eliminates the evil mental disturbance and allows you to indulge into eternal peace.more
996 177 1.3K 1 post / week DA 13 Get Email Contact

9. Warped for Good | A Handwearver's Journey

Warped for Good | A Handwearver's Journey Houston, Texas, US
Hi, I am Karen Isenhower. Handweaving is a field rich with these treasures, and I enjoy sharing what I find. I'll let you know right up front that I'm... still learning, that I don't always know what I'm talking about, and that I do make mistakes. Here you will find weaving patterns for your own projeects. more
515 3 posts / month DA 23 Get Email Contact

10. Rebecca Mezoff

Rebecca Mezoff Fort Collins, Colorado, US
Rebecca Mezoff writes about all things tapestry weaving including tapestry looms, weft and warp yarn, tapestry weaving techniques, and lots of free we...aving tips. The author of The Art of Tapestry Weaving loves to share her adventures in tapestry on the blog.more
5.4K 679 12.8K 2 posts / month DA 21 Get Email Contact

11. Tapestry 13

Tapestry 13 Dahlonega, Georgia, US
I am Tommye McClure Scanlin, an artist who observes and responds to my surroundings for inspiration. My primary artistic medium is handwoven tapestry,... an ancient method of working with fibers to create images.more
879 1 post / day DA 21 Get Email Contact

12. Weaving a Life

Weaving a Life In 1975 I was looking for a career that would fascinate me for the rest of my life. In a way, weaving chose me! In this blog you will find posts for ...weaving.more
1 post / day DA 25 Get Email Contact

13. Curious Weaver

Curious Weaver Australia
Curiousweaver studio is woven together by Kaz (Karen) Madigan. A weaver for almost 40 years, since 2011 she has been specialising in Saori weaving and... is the first registered Saori studio in Australia. 'As a weaver for many years I have explored and tried many types of weaving. I love it all. I've walked in shoes of the artist, craftsman, designer, maker, author, teacher and artisan. more
1.5K 160 2K 1 post / quarter DA 26 Get Email Contact

14. Weave a Real Peace

Weave a Real Peace Crestview, Florida, US
Weave a Real Peace (WARP) is a networking organization of weavers, academics, and interested supporters who value the importance of textiles to commun...ities around the world.more
3K 298 1.5K 7 posts / quarter DA 25 Get Email Contact

15. Feather & Hay | Country inspired Hand Weaving

Feather & Hay | Country inspired Hand Weaving Somerset, Pennsylvania, US
My handwoven work is inspired by the countryside around me. I live now, and grew up, in the west country. This is the story of how I came to weaving. ...I was a little feral as a child. The countryside is in my bones, part of my blood and I can't help but let it be part of my thinking.more
2.4K 298 3.7K 7 posts / year DA 9 Get Email Contact

16. Weaving A Gem Of A Life

Weaving A Gem Of A Life I'm Margaret Cherre, the artist behind Second Wind Weaving. I do all of the designing and weave every piece by myself, working in my home in upstate N...ew York. Handweaving is my passion. I love working with a wide range of fabrics, experimenting with colors and textures, widths and lengths, weaving patterns and methods. more
1 post / week DA 22 Get Email Contact

17. Alice Schlein | Weaverly

Alice Schlein | Weaverly I'm Alice Schlein, a weaver and book maker in South Carolina. Occasionally I write about Photoshop, Network Drafting, bread baking, and whatever e...lse strikes my fancy. more
2 posts / quarter DA 18 Get Email Contact

18. Peggy Osterkamp's Weaving Blog

Peggy Osterkamp's Weaving Blog US
Peggy Osterkamp's special skill is making the richness of her training and experience accessible to students. In the series, Peggy Osterkamp's New Gui...de to Weaving, she presents a wealth of weaving knowledge and research, much of it never available before in the United States.more
1 post / week DA 32 Get Email Contact

19. Contemporary Handweavers of Houston

Contemporary Handweavers of Houston Houston, Texas, US
Contemporary Handweavers of Houston (CHH) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to promoting interest in handweaving, spinning and relate...d textile arts.more
356 1 post / month DA 29 Get Email Contact

20. Crazy as a Loom

Crazy as a Loom Hudson Falls, New York, US
I am an 'older' woman, who refuses to get old. I think I am really twelve, and my family will often agree. I have found my passion in weaving,... and have left one career to begin another. more
1.1K 1 post / month DA 20 Get Email Contact

21. Meg Weaves | Unravelling

Meg Weaves | Unravelling New Zealand
My name is Meg Nakagawa. I am a handweaver in Nelson, New Zealand. I grew up watching my mother knit, sew, and embroider while listening to her chant ...how she yearned to weave. That weaving is the ultimate textile work thus became my creed. Mom started weaving when she was 60.more
2 posts / month DA 19 Get Email Contact

22. Kindred Threads

Kindred Threads US
My love of color and texture has taken me on a journey from being a glass artist to the fiber arts world. For the last 10 years I have explored spinni...ng, dyeing and weaving. With a side trip into owning a yarn shop for a few years, I am now back to creating fine handwovens, handspun and hand dyed yarns, in my log home studio in the beautiful hills of southwestern Wisconsin.more
379 52 710 1 post / month DA 17 Get Email Contact

23. Daryl's Blog

Daryl's Blog Between the sewing machine and the loom, my journey in the fiber arts has taken over 45 years. From an alterations business at 15, to production hand-...woven clothing, to custom art to wear, my work has covered, adorned, and embellished the female body for as long as I can remember. more
3 posts / quarter DA 21 Get Email Contact

24. Tottie Talks Crafts Blog

Tottie Talks Crafts Blog I am an artist, designer. I am passionate about the fiber arts: I love love love small loom weaving, crochet, knitting, spool knitting, tatting, doll... making, spinning, and woodworking that relates to the fiber arts.more
1.7K 1 post / week DA 19 Get Email Contact

25. Random Acts of Color

Random Acts of Color Rochester, New York, US
I live in Rochester, NY, where there's lots of water -- Lake Ontario, the Genesee River, and the wonderful Finger Lakes -- and lots of winter! Wea...ving and the fiber arts sustain me through all the seasons.more
176 3 1 post / week DA 14 Get Email Contact

26. ArgoKnot

ArgoKnot A journal of my weaving, spinning, and knitting life.
1 post / week DA 14 Get Email Contact

27. Loom & Spindle

Loom & Spindle Australia
Hi, my name is Andrea. I'm a self taught passionate free-form weaver, hand spinner and creative thinker based in Melbourne's south east. In Lo...om & Spindle blog you'll find a range of weaving and spinning tutorials that will help and inspire your own projects. more
1.8K 34 5.7K 3 posts / quarter DA 23 Get Email Contact

28. Dust Bunnies Under My Loom

Dust Bunnies Under My Loom Hi, I am Lynnette. My goal is to get my 'bum on the weaving bench' as often as possible. I love to see huge dust bunnies growing under my loom as the ...fibres fall from my reed, a sure sign that I'm actively weaving! My primary focus is to create beautiful and unique fashion accessories and table linens for sale.more
1 post / week DA 22 Get Email Contact

29. Susan Harvey | Weever Woman

Susan Harvey | Weever Woman US
A journal about my weaving 'meanderings'. I have been weaving now for twenty years. I like finer threads and natural fibres such as silks and exotic b...lends, linen and cottons. I also love tencel and its bright colors.more
1 post / month DA 21 Get Email Contact

30. ASpinnerWeaver

ASpinnerWeaver For over 35 years I have been weaving on an inkle loom. This type of loom makes narrow pieces, no more than 6' in width. Within this narrow constraint..., there are endless possibilities for combining colors into patterns. When I create a woven piece, I want it to be both functional and beautiful. I have created many types of useful everyday items including: shoelaces, scarves, belts, bags & clothingmore
2.4K 1 post / week DA 24 Get Email Contact

31. Thrums

Thrums Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
A journal about weaving meanderings by Susan Harvey. She has been weaving now for twenty-four years. Spinning, Dyeing, Crochet, Reading, and Music are... some of her other interests.more
1 post / month DA 21 Get Email Contact

32. Dani Ortman | Handwoven

Dani Ortman | Handwoven Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Handwoven Scarves & Textiles, Weaving a journey to remember. Designed and hand woven on a traditional floor loom by Canadian designer/handweaver Dani... Ortman.more
363 21 1 post / year DA 12 Get Email Contact

33. Kelly Casanova Weaving Lessons

Kelly Casanova Weaving Lessons Australia
Blog posts cover 4 and 8 shaft weaving, finger-controlled techniques, floor loom weaving, hemstitching, inkle weaving, rigid heddle weaving patterns, ...and tapestry weaving. Kelly Casanova is an avid weaver and loves to share her yarny passions with others.more
4.1K 9.1K 1 post / week DA 18 Get Email Contact

34. 14 Mile Farm

14 Mile Farm Hi! I'm a weaver, healer, and mama living in a log cabin in the woods in Alaska. I create artisanal textiles for caregivers, households, and wardr...obes crafted with love and deep intention.more
989 2.1K 3 posts / year DA 10 Get Email Contact

35. Kristie Foss Creations

Kristie Foss Creations Connecticut, US
Learn the art and creativity of bead weaving. Also find various tips and ideas to create unique handmade jewelry.
4 posts / month DA 11 Get Email Contact

36. Eweniquely ewe

Eweniquely ewe Oregon, US
A weaving blog by Cindie. In this blog you will find ideas and new inspiration for weaving.
2 posts / week DA 21 Get Email Contact

37. K Spoering | My life is but a tapestry...

K Spoering | My life is but a tapestry... Colorado, US
K Spoering is a Contemporary tapestry designer and weaver, oil painter.
402 2 posts / quarter DA 16 Get Email Contact

38. Tuesday Weavers

Tuesday Weavers We are the Tuesday Weavers, a lively group of weavers from all levels and all walks of life. We meet every Tuesday at the Appalachian Arts Craft Cente...r in Norris, Tennessee for weaving, learning, fellowship and a lot of laughter.more
79 1 post / week DA 15 Get Email Contact

39. Dianne's Loom Talk | My Adventures in Hand Weaving

Dianne's Loom Talk | My Adventures in Hand Weaving New Zealand
Dianne is passionate about fibre and weaving. She weaves exquisite fine wraps, scarves and fabric and scrumptious mohair blankets from natural fibres.
2 posts / year DA 17 Get Email Contact

40. Warped Fibers

Warped Fibers Richmond, Virginia, US
Weaving and Fiber Art blog by Nicole Bunting. A new blog post every Wednesday with weaving tips, tricks, puns, and info to get you started.
198 22 2K 1 post / month DA 14 Get Email Contact

41. My Tapestry Journeys

My Tapestry Journeys Tapestry Journeys is a weekly blog about all things tapestry including educational and inspirational content by tapestry artist Kennita Tully.
1.3K 2.9K 1 post / week Jan 2019 DA 11 Get Email Contact

42. Molly Elkind : Talking Textiles

Molly Elkind : Talking Textiles Santa Fe, New Mexico, US
A blog about hand weaving, tapestry, and the place of craft and art in contemporary life.
656 1.3K 1 post / month DA 16 Get Email Contact

43. Flora & Fiber

Flora & Fiber This is the Flora & Fiber blog containing posts about fiber arts, events, products, and related interests. Debby Greenlaw is the owner of Flora & Fibe...r, an artisan fiber arts studio that offers a simple, fun approach to preserving and creating handcrafted traditions.more
286 2 posts / quarter DA 16 Get Email Contact

44. Buellwood Weaver and Fiber Guild

Buellwood Weaver and Fiber Guild A blog about weaving.
1 post / month DA 12 Get Email Contact

45. The Good Yarn

The Good Yarn The Good Yarn has Exceptional Customer service & everything for Spinning, Weaving, Felting, Dyeing & Carding supplies. On my blog, you can read, learn... and find free patterns.more
2.5K 14 1.2K 2 posts / quarter DA 12 Get Email Contact

46. Not 2 Square Weavers

Not 2 Square Weavers A blog about handweaving group in Nevada County, CA.
697 4 posts / year DA 13 Get Email Contact

47. Qualicum Weavers and Spinners Guild

Qualicum Weavers and Spinners Guild The Qualicum Weavers and Spinners Guild supports personal growth in the fibre arts through study groups, workshops, mentoring and sharing of experienc...e.more
34 2 posts / quarter DA 15 Get Email Contact

48. Ullvuna

Ullvuna By Florencia Campos Correa, DIY craft project, weaving loom instructions, how to weave, pin loom weaving, crochet, needlecrafts, do it yourself, craft... book, Ullvuna patterns designs, and video lessons. Crochet and weaving projects, tips, freebies, and more.more
1.4K 7.6K 2 posts / month DA 3 Get Email Contact

49. Kelly Casanova

Kelly Casanova Kelly is an avid weaver who loves to share her yarny passions with others.
2 posts / month Sep 2013 Get Email Contact

50. Schacht Spindle

Schacht Spindle Boulder, Colorado, US
Here at Schacht Spindle Company we are deeply committed to excellence in our work, and above all, to your satisfaction. Today, we build our looms in a... 35,000 square foot factory with 25 employees, and are one of the world's leading makers of handweaving looms and spinning wheels. We have been designing handweaving and handspinning equipment since 1969.more
7.7K DA 39 Get Email Contact

51. Matt Tommey | Basket Weaving

Matt Tommey | Basket Weaving Asheville, North Carolina, US
Matt Tommey makes North Carolina baskets for modern rustic decor out of natural materials straight from the mountains of Asheville.
505 756 DA 19 Get Email Contact

52. American Tapestry Alliance

American Tapestry Alliance San Jose, California, US
The American Tapestry Alliance (ATA) is a non-profit organization supporting the fine arts medium of contemporary handwoven tapestry
10K 621 9.8K 1 post / quarter DA 37 Get Email Contact

53. Weft Blown | Handwoven textiles, Looms & Spinning Wheels

Weft Blown | Handwoven textiles, Looms & Spinning Wheels Kilbride, Scotland, UK
I am a textile designer and I create unique weather inspired handwoven items for you and your home. I also teach weaving, spinning, and other yarn rel...ated crafts at my studio in West Kilbride. more
1.7K 824 7.1K DA 21 Get Email Contact

54. The Loom Room

The Loom Room Stafford, England, UK
Stacey Harvey-Brown has been teaching weaving since 2005, firstly at The Loom Room in the UK and now, from her new studio near Nérac, in the heart of... Gascony, SW France.more
1.4K 586 Dec 2008 DA 26 Get Email Contact

55. Cally Booker Blog

Cally Booker Blog Scotland, UK
Cally Booker is a handweaver, textile designer, writer, and teacher. Weaving is a craft that can be meticulously planned or improvised at the loom, an...d a combination of these approaches appeals to the different parts of my nature. Cally Booker is passionate about making things by hand. Read her Cally Booker blog to know more about her work, her techniques, useful advice, trending designs, product reviews, and material description.more
1.6K 370 2.7K 1 post / year Jul 2010 DA 24 Get Email Contact

56. Stitch by Stitch | Contemporary Handmade Textiles

Stitch by Stitch | Contemporary Handmade Textiles London, England, UK
Stitch by Stitch creates contemporary handmade soft furnishings, cushions, quilts, blankets, and rugs working with artisan weavers, embroiderers and q...uilt makers in Kutch, Gujarat, India and Nepal. We are especially interested in hand woven, hand spun, natural fibres, traditional textile techniques, natural dyes and reinterpreting age-old textile skills to create modern textiles.more
1.4K 718 5.2K DA 9 Get Email Contact

57. Etsy BeadWeavers

Etsy BeadWeavers The Esty BeadWeavers is made up of bead artists who aspire to successfully market their beadwoven creations on Etsy.com and elsewhere. The Beadweavers...' creations are different from many of the traditional beaded items, in that they are woven from hundreds or thousands of tiny beads to create intricate designs and pictures. These weavings take the form of both art and jewelry.more
9.3K DA 26 Get Email Contact

58. Banner Mountain Textiles

Banner Mountain Textiles Sparks, Nevada, US
Handweaving blog by Beryl Moody.
335 1 post / year DA 14 Get Email Contact

59. Woven Thoughts

Woven Thoughts A weaving blog.
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60. Sandra's Loom Blog

Sandra's Loom Blog Atascadero, California, US
I am a professional weaver, specializing in complex weaves using fine threads. Most of my studio work consists of scarves, shawls, and wraps woven on ...a 48-inch, 24-shaft computer-assisted AVL dobby loom or wall art woven on a 48-inch, 1,440-heddle AVL jacquard loom. more
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61. Wefty

Wefty Tara J Curtis creates multi-dimensional, functional fabric art for the home using classic and madweave techniques. An enthusiastic teacher, Tara is de...dicated to helping other sewists incorporate weaving into their projects while teaching them a new skill. She is the inventor of the WEFTY, the only needle made by a weaver designed specifically for use with fabric strips and bias strips.more
13.4K DA 27 Get Email Contact

62. Free Bead Patterns and Ideas

Free Bead Patterns and Ideas A blog about bead weaving patterns. Find new ideas to make wonderful handmade jewelry like necklaces, bracelets, christmas ornaments and more.
82 12 posts / year DA 20 Get Email Contact

63. My Gentle Threads. . .

My Gentle Threads. . . Virginia Beach, Virginia, US
Welcome to my sacred space! I am entering my fifth year with my blog and it has been an incredible journey for me. I love to share my creative adven...tures, poetic words and photographic moments about weaving.more
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64. Weavewright

Weavewright An ongoing discussion of one weaver's life.....
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65. Elizabeth Buckley Tapestry Artist Blog

Elizabeth Buckley Tapestry Artist Blog Elizabeth Buckley writes her observations and experiences of life as an artist. She is a second-generation tapestry artist of over fifty years. Elizab...eth first wove tapestry based on the Mexican and Rio Grande techniques and then expanded into those of Peter Collingwood's rug weaving.more
332 1 post / quarter DA 13 Get Email Contact

66. Warp & Weave | Articles on color in weaving

Warp & Weave | Articles on color in weaving Learn about color in handweaving. Pick colors that stay bright when woven, make your pattern show, use painted warps, understand color mixing, and muc...h more!more
2.4K 1 post / year DA 28 Get Email Contact

67. die schiffchenschieberin

die schiffchenschieberin die schiffchenschieberin is a web (en) blog that shows you the world of weaving, more precisely the world of rigid heddle looms. The item Rigid heddle... loom weaving is the heart of the blog and explains what is special about this frame. In addition, there are numerous other links to more in-depth articles about the rigid heddle loom.more
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68. Kay Faulkner's Blog

Kay Faulkner's Blog Australia
In May 2009, I had started this blog to record my adventures while completing an artist residency at Sturt, Mittagong, on the Southern Highlands of Ne...w South Wales, Australia. The residency finished in September. I have had such enthusiastic response from what I wrote that I have decided to continue to record my adventures both in and away from the studio.more
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69. Threadbare Designs | A Weaver's Journey

Threadbare Designs | A Weaver's Journey I'm a lifelong knitter who came to weaving later in life, thanks to my kind husband who gifted me with a rigid heddle loom one Christmas. I start...ed selling handwovens for the home, such as tea towels, placemats and runners, as well as intricate, silky scarves and shawls.more
383 DA 12 Get Email Contact

70. Camp Runamuck

Camp Runamuck A Weaving blog.
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71. Jean Williams | Hand Weaver

Jean Williams | Hand Weaver My journey into weaving began by watching one grandmother crochet, another quilt, seeing the rag rugs woven by my parents on the old loom in the basem...ent. Weaving satisfies a curiosity for me. Beautiful textiles intrigue me and make me wonder how they 'work', how the weaver gets the threads to do what they do. And how can I use that technique?more
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72. Nigel's Weaving Blog

Nigel's Weaving Blog A Weaving blog by Nigel.
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73. Plain Weave and beyond

Plain Weave and beyond Massachusetts, US
I am a hand-weaver. I believe that cloth and its creation are somehow embedded in our DNA. Making cloth seems fundamental to me; I am saddened by the... distance we have created between the fabric that means so much to us (wedding dresses, christening gowns, tallitot, baby blankets and grandma's quilt) and the making of that fabric.more
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74. Daisy Hill Weaving Studio

Daisy Hill Weaving Studio Charlevoix, Michigan, US
It has been a dream of mine to learn weaving, ever since I was a child. My opportunity came early in 2005, when my sister-in-law let me borrow her cou...ntermarche loom. I had a couple friends help me understand the loom and get me started. Those first couple projects were exciting for me. more
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75. Dimensional Weaving | Martina Celerin 3D fiber art

Dimensional Weaving | Martina Celerin 3D fiber art Bloomington, Indiana, US
I am a fiber artist. I create 3 dimensional weavings using reclaimed and recycled materials. I love to create tapestries that are stories of the world... around me - people I've met, places I've been and things that make me smile.more
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Laura Fry laurasloom.blogspot.com 77
dani ortman daniortman.com 18
Alice weaverly.typepad.com 17
Elena Zuyok mirrixlooms.com 13
Rebecca Mezoff rebeccamezoff.com 12
Karen warpedforgood.com 11
Kelly Casanova youtube.com 10
lavernewaddington backstrapweaving.wordpress.com 8
Susan weeverwoman.blogspot.com 7
Andrea Rothwell loomandspindle.com.au 6
FlorCC ullvuna.wordpress.com 5
Kelly kellycasanovaweavinglessons.com 4
Denis Doyon weavearealpeace.org 4
Peg Cherre secondwindjewelry.com 4
Tommye McClure Scanlin tapestry13.blogspot.com 3
Tien Chiu tienchiu.com 3
Georgina Clackworthy featherandhay.com 2
Vritti Designs vrittidesigns.com 2
Angela Feltes kindredthreads.com 2
daryl weaversew.com 2
mississaugaweaversandspinners mississaugaweaversandspinners.wordpress.com 2
Kennita Tully kennitatully.com 2
Nicole Bunting warpedfibers.com 1
Rocío Mena weavearealpeace.org 1
Sandy Sternard mirrixlooms.com 1
Lynnette dustbunniesundermyloom.blogspot.com 1
Debby Greenlaw florafiber.live 1
Elizabeth Buckley elizabethbuckleytapestryartist.com 1
Florencia Campos Correa ullvuna.wordpress.com 1
wmsata americantapestryalliance.org 1
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Cally Booker | Handweaver
About - Hi I'm Cally Booker and I am a handweaver, textile designer, writer and teacher. Weaving is a craft which can be meticulously planned or improvised at the loom, and a combination of these approaches appeals to the different parts of my nature. I am passionate about making things by hand.

Stitch by Stitch | Contemporary Handmade Textiles
About - Stitch by Stitch creates contemporary handmade soft furnishings, cushions, quilts, blankets, and rugs working with artisan weavers, embroiderers and quilt makers. We are interested in hand woven, hand spun, natural fibres, traditional textile techniques, and natural dyes.

Skye Weavers
About - Skye Weavers is a weaving and sewing business working on the Isle of Skye. On their bicycle pedal-powered loom we weave a variety of woollen products including scarves, blankets, throws and wraps. We also make tweed, which we sell as lengths and makeup into garments, cushion covers, bags and accessories.

The Weaving Space
About - The Weaving Space is a programme of workshops, activities, and resources led by Dundee-based handweaver Cally Booker. As well as hosting classes in her fully-equipped studio in a refurbished jute mill, Cally travels to Guilds and groups around the UK to teach the art and craft of weaving.