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I have been spinning for about 3 years, and have gradually built up a stash of handspun yarn that is waiting for a suitable project. Like many with a creative mind, my Projects-To-Make list is rather long and grows at a faster rate than I can actually craft, so it’s taken a while for the… Continue reading Weaving with handspun (part 1)
I know this question comes up a lot in weaving forums when someone is looking to buy a rigid heddle loom. Due to the size and cost, it’s not necessarily the type of item craft stores can hold in-stock in great quantity, so it can be hard to see all these looms together and compare… Continue reading What’s the difference between Ashford’s rigid heddle looms?
The typical ‘first project’ on any loom might be something like a scarf or a table runner – a simple long, thin rectangle of cloth that needs no further work once it’s off the loom and wet-finished. Sometimes it’s hard to see where to progress to from there… And especially if you’re already a knitter… Continue reading What do I make with a rigid heddle loom?
HappyWattle HandWeaving is owned & operated by Emily Travis and based in Bairnsdale, Victoria. I’m proud to be part of the East Gippsland community, and hope that I can inspire and encourage you on your weaving journey!