Category Archives: Inkle Weaving

DFW Yarn Crawl, y’all… It’s Almost Here!

This will be the 3rd year for the DFW Yarn Crawl, y’all.  Interest and participation is growing each year and this year presents as a great opportunity to get out and find new yarn and fiber merchants and meet and … Continue reading

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One Million Hits.. How Can I Ever Thank You? !

  A SALUTE TO YOU! Sometime this evening or late tonight, this blog will have its ONE MILLIONth hit.  I have to say that I am overwhelmed with gratitude for all of you who have visited over the nearly 5 … Continue reading

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Free TW Loom Plans, Spinning on Different Wheels, Second TW Class

It’s been too hot for most everything the last couple of weeks.  Most of my time has been taken up with spinning and knitting. The gray and brown are New Zealand wool.  I have no idea what sheep breed, but … Continue reading

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Free Inkle Loom Plans

Hello again… First let me say thanks to anyone still checking in on my blog.  It seems this has been my year for things to happen.   Perhaps things will lighten up soon.  Meanwhile… I’ve had several requests for the plans … Continue reading

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Free Quilt Patterns.com, Crafty Diversions.com, My Tablet Weaving and SAFF

Thought I would drop in and let everyone know that Free Quilt Patterns.com has some new quilt patterns on their awesome site of hundred or more free quilt patterns…   I’m using the little snowman clipart to remind myself that … Continue reading

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Please Get Permission….

I have put several free patterns that were created by me  up on this site.  They were uploaded with the thought in mind that others might like to use them.  If they are  used  for personal use… that’s great.  If they are … Continue reading

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It’s Warped!

Yesterday I warped it.  I used the method that Michael Cook of Wormspit.com talks about … 2 colors only and continuous warp.  Here’s hoping that figuring out the double weave process won’t be too difficult.  It’s with at great deal … Continue reading

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