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Cotton weaving

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How to weave a scarf on a frame loom. Follow this beginner diy tutorial and learn an easy trick to make your warps long enough. #weaving #frameloom #tutorial #diy

It’s not true that you need a big floor loom to weave longer pieces. There is a special type of frame looms that you can dress with long warps. All you need is a detachable warping beam and 4 metal clamps. In this tutorial I will walk you through the process of preparing a warp for a scarf, on the loom I mentioned.

Weaving With Cotton: What You Should Know

Weaving with cotton yarn allows you to take advantage of it's strength and versatility. Learn more about cotton as a weaving material.

Free Beginner Weaving Patterns

Whether you're a rigid heddle weaver or a multi-shaft weaver, we've got the perfect pattern to inspire your next project.

Cajun Towels

When life is busy and if you’ve only got time to weave on the weekend, you may prefer something that doesn’t take too much concentration. For those times, look for something you can easily warp that doesn’t have too many color changes.

On the loom

Weaving Kits and Fibre bundles. Discover our wide range of yarns that are great for knitting, weaving and crochet along our big collections of cotton string, weaving tools and needle-felt supplies.

A Practical Guide to Ginning Cotton by Hand | Spin Off

A handspinner who is passionate about spinning cotton shares two methods for ginning cotton by hand.

Plain Weave - Structure, Properties, Uses & Types

Learn what is plain weave fabric as well as the types of plain weaves and their properties and uses. Simple up & down warp, weft structure.


Before the weaving of the Ilkal saree the cotton yarns are dyed into desired colours in the process of Cold water dyeing and Hot water Dyeing. Cold Water Dyeing: It is the process where the natural silk yarns or cotton yarns are separated from the bundle and firstly dipped into a soap solution then required dye is mixed into the soap solution and the yarns are further dipped into the dye solution to absorb the colour and are kept for some time. Then the yarns are taken out and with a rod the…

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