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handwoven tote bags

handwoven tote bags I could weave the bag and make the straps on the inkle loom.

When using the homespun, treat ends as twisted fringe and tie the ends. I made this fringe all different lengths and I like effect. It will start to unravel if you do not tie.

When using the homespun, treat ends as twisted fringe and tie the ends. I made this fringe all different lengths and I like effect. It will start to unravel if you do not tie.

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Favorite Scarves

Warp: Elsebeth Lavold Silky Tweed in Linen Weft: Noro Silk Garden 249 and 269 Woven this morning on a Baby Wolf loom

Stitch Red Rigid Heddle Jewelry Scarf Kit ; Beautiful scarf -- and woven on a rigid heddle loom. Wow.

Stitch Red Rigid Heddle Scarf Kit: Celebrate Stitch Red with this easy to weave HOT RED shawl/scarf We'll donate of sales to Heart Truth, helping alert women to the signs of heart disease.

A FiberArtisan's Weaving Path: Sprang and doubleweave by Deanna Jill Deeds - excellent resources for sprang technique

A FiberArtisans Weaving Path: Sprang and doubleweave by Deanna Jill Deeds - excellent resources for sprang technique

Make a zig-zag weaved place mat. It's a great variation on the classic weaved mat. Requires white & colored paper, scissors, and tape

Great exagerated houndstooth pattern woven on a rigid heddle loom with Valley Yarns Charlemont. >> Ravelry: fiametta's Big Houndstooth with Stripes

fiametta's Big Houndstooth with Stripes

Like the combo of fatterns. Great exagerated houndstooth pattern woven on a rigid heddle loom with Valley Yarns Charlemont. >> Ravelry: fiametta's Big Houndstooth with Stripes

A great project for the rigid-heddle loom is the Spanish Eyelet Cashmere Scarf by Deborah Jarchow. It requires a rigid-heddle loom with 9" weaving width. Find it today in the November/December 2017 issue of Handwoven.

Handwoven November/December 2017 Digital Edition

A great project for the rigid-heddle loom is the Spanish Eyelet Cashmere Scarf by Deborah Jarchow. It requires a rigid-heddle loom with 9" weaving width. Find it today in the November/December 2017 issue of Handwoven.