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While it may appear that the guild is in hibernation until April, it is far from the truth. Our study groups continue to meet through the winter. Lots is happening! Knitting study group meets at Narrowsburg Library Mondays 6 -8pm. … Continue reading
Since we didn’t get a chance to try Backstrap Weaving at the November meeting, here are some great resources for everyone to try at home. The best resource is Laverne Waddington’s blog, which has excellent tutorials and documents her weaving … Continue reading
Tablet or Card Weaving is a fun and economical way to try out tape weaving. It creates a sturdy weave and intricate designs are easy to accomplish. I’ve compiled some great resources to get you started: Shelagh Lewins’ web page … Continue reading
Check how they make an AVL Loom. Its a computer controlled dobby loom. “A Dobby Loom is a loom in which each harness can be selected without using treadles…A computer assisted dobby loom uses a computer program to select which … Continue reading
Our next guild meeting program is Small weavings. We will be using Lucets, Weave-it, Loomette, Pin weaving and other small weaving ideas. You do not need large expensive looms to enjoy weaving. I found this fun Tutorial of a woven … Continue reading
Peggy Osterkamp posted this wonderful method for cutting off samples or finished parts of the long warp and making it easy to re-attach the remaining warp. This is particularly handy for members of the Weaving Study Group, as we can cut … Continue reading
The weaving study group will be talking about bound-weave. Here is a link to learn more about this weft faced weave. Scandinavian Bound Weave Images of BoundWeave