The rya knot
This is definitely a favourite of mine, the “rya knot”. This is a short fringe version that can be used anywhere in your weaving, you can trim it to your preferred length once you have finished it.
THINGS I'VE MADE FROM THINGS I'VE PINNED: DIY WOVEN WALL HANGING. — Gathering Beauty
Welcome to the second installment of Things I've Made From Things I've Pinned. This week I've been having a go at weaving. It seems like an understatement to say that woven wall hangings have been everywhere recently. My pinterest feed has been flooded with them. I've seen some amazing examples but
How to Make a DIY Rug from Scratch
I made a huge DIY rug (5x8) from scratch with just a handful of supplies. And you can make one too...any size you want! After my DIY weaving project I felt like I needed another challenge, so
How To Make a Basic Loom - A Pretty Fix
I know I am not alone when I say that I am loving this growing trend in weaving, especially in home décor. No longer is it relegated to trained fibre artists or that small group of ex-hippies and modern bohemians (you know who you are 😉 ) who prefer the unique and handcrafted over things mass-produced. Weaving, in all its forms, is now becoming increasingly accessible to the rest of us who love to mix one-of-a-kind pieces with our Walmart finds 😉 Part of the reason for this is the growing…
Rag Rug Weaving Tutorial and Tips
Hi, Everyone! I'm back again with the two recently finished Rag Rugs. . . This time, I have a tutorial on turning at the end of a row and a few other tips I picked up along the way. . . . So, this is mostly a post for Rag Ruggers and Rag Rugging Wanna-Bees. . . .or for those with a curiosity about this fun Folk Art. Without any further chattering, I'll start sharing! Click on any of the photos for a larger view. A Short Tutorial on Turning at the End of the Row: Turning around and starting…
NEW ITEM!!! Adjustable Rag Rug Loom
John has done it again. . .He is always busy trying to improve his RAG RUG LOOMS. . .but I have to take a little credit for this one. . .for you see. . .I CHALLENGED him to make me a LARGER LOOM that could be adjusted to whatever size I needed. . .That was a few weeks ago. . .but I can't complain. . .We've been busy. . . Then this morning, the kitchen door opened and here he came. . .with the NEW LOOM in his hand. . . I simply LOVE it. . .I can make RAG RUGS as big as 31" X 47" and smaller…
Weave a Boho T-shirt Rag Rug With Easy DIY Loom
How to weave a beautiful boho t-shirt rag rug & build a simple DIY loom for weaving & fabric crafts! Detailed tutorial & step by step photos.
How to Cut Old Clothing for Weaving a Rag Rug | eHow.com
One of the best ways to recycle old clothing is to make rag rugs out of your worn-out clothes.#babygoatfarm Traditionally cloth strips are used as the weft, or cross-wise filler, in the rug, and a strong cotton yarn is used as the warp or length-wise thread. Almost any kind of old clothing will work as rag rug weft, but you may not be able to use every single...
Loom, Big Boy Adjustable Twining Loom With Leg Set, Makes 3' X 5' rug Plus multiple sizes
Our Big Boy* Adjustable Twining Loom With Included Leg Set MADE TO ORDER PLEASE ALLOW ONE MONTH to build and ship your loom. The Loom is Our Same Big Boy Loom with all its capabilities as well as Adjustable legs that fit into the Brass Insert in the middle of the Lateral side of the loom. See photo # 5 for the insert picture. See pictures #2, #4, and #6 for pictures of the Loom with Legs. Picture #7 shows a loom without Legs. The Legs are adjustable the full diameter of the back of the…