Weaving
Aran? Worsted? Fingering? Figuring out yarn weights can feel like learning a whole new language. You can thank the Craft Yarn Council for that: they're the folks who determine how yarns are categorized and labeled.
Ashley Little
Roving, rolags, batts. Wait, what language are we speaking? The language of spinning fibers!
Ashley Martineau
If you've been wanting to get in on the weaving trend, this could be your moment: This yarn design is a cute and unique way to personalize any gift wrap — and you don’t need to be a well-versed weaver to pull it together.
Bluprint
Can’t find a rug that matches your style? Then make one with your own two hands. With this finger knit rug, you don’t need any fancy supplies — just grab some yarn and a hula hoop (we’ll explain in a sec) and go!
Bluprint
If it were up to me, every blank wall in my house would be overflowing with fiber art ( #HomeGoals). The traditional art of weaving is having a major renaissance, as woven wall hangings take the decor world by storm. And with good reason: These incredible works are modern, gorgeous, and play remarkably well with all different kinds of decor. Here are just a few of the weavers I'm joyfully stalking these days...
Ashley Little
We love traditional embroidery, but lately our fiber radar has been focused on the beautiful textures created with needle punching. Uh, what's that, you ask? We'll fill you in: Needle punching (aka punch needle) might look like embroidery when you just see the tools — you need embroidery floss or yarn, a hoop, fabric, and scissors to start. But there's one extra tool that makes a big difference: a needle punch.
Ashley Little
Build your yarn-dyeing skills with gradients, hand painting and more.
Sarah Eyre
Sarah Eyre
Weave
Everything you need to start weaving with confidence.
Deborah Jarchow
Deborah Jarchow
Weave
Design the beautiful fabrics you want on your rigid heddle loom! Learn how to create colorwork, openwork, rich textures, wider fabrics and more.
Jane  Patrick
Jane Patrick
Weave
Learn new techniques for working with your loom, and take control of your textures, as you weave four unique scarves!
Deborah Jarchow
Deborah Jarchow
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