Please enjoy using and sharing this Weaving Techniques chart as a reference for your own fibre art adventures. It is a scan from a vintage weaving book in our collection. Share it freely but if you don't mind, shoot a link our way at ww.luneblog.com . Happy Weaving!
Beriau in the Basket by Mary Underwood The Computer Aided Design Exchange Group, Beryl Moody, Coordinator Complex Color Simulations in Photoshop by Tien Chiu Getting Comfortable with Weaving Software by Diane de Souza Turned Taquete: an Introduction by Bonnie Innouye Eight Shaft Summer and Winter Wall Hanging by Pirkko Karvonen Designing Warps for Interesting Weaving
I’m so excited to share a sneak peek of my new class, Grid Patterns! One great thing about this class is I will walk you through all the ways to create your own grid patterns for projects in all kinds of art forms. You can be on the lookout for this class to launch toward the end of the month or ear
Join me for a few seconds of weaving time. This technique is called Pibione and it creates the best raised bumps on the surface so that your texture looks (and feels) amazing. Hit the titlet above to find the free weaving pattern. Learn about Pibione and all kinds of weaving on my website. I have kits, classes and free tutorials! Music: Sol Rising•Sunshine
This is a weaving technique called Pibione. It’s a great technique to combine texture and pattern. I have created a fun grid pattern to incorporate into your weaving? It can be used with twill, locker hooking, frame weaving, or in this case my favorite - pibione.