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Weaving how to, tips and general info on all aspects from project planning, equipment and to wet finishing.

Stcommunity Notes
A new blog on an old website. The main site has longer articles and photo galleries on loom and tablet weaving, sprang, naalbinding, and any other fiber art you can think of. The blog is a place for shorter ...

The Vagabond Weaver
My blog is about my fiber crafts. Right now I am taking a special look at shibori weaving. Weaving, Knitting, Spinning, and fiber dying are all a part of my blog.

How to Speak Southern
My adventures in learning fiber arts

Dot's Fibre to Fabric
Explorations with fibres to produce handspun yarn, dyeing fibres and yarn, and working with yarn in knitting, handloom weaving, and band weaving.

Loomy Mama
Beginning weaver currently using Beka 24" rigid heddle and Ashford Knitters Loom.

The Linnet Knits
I knit, I spin, I'm a new weaver, on a rigid heddle loom and a 4-harness counter-balance floor loom. There are just not enough hours in the day.

Wave Weaver
Just a little blog about tapestry weaving with a bit of knitting and crochet thrown in along with the occasional surf report.

Dear Alice, Postcards from the fcommunityes
shacommunity "postcards" of daily or weekly activities with my 96-yr.-old weaving teacher/mentor

Warped But Not Twisted
A personal journey through a colorful life, unwoven.

Weaving, Spinning Olinka
Croatian weaver living in Vienna, Austria. Visit the site of my weaving and spinning works, bcommunitying the wealth of photos, information and interesting stories. The site is bilingual (English and Croatian) ...

The Open Shed
Thoughts from a weaver in the Midwest

Fenix Fiberwerks
Weaving with a Swedish twist

Weaver in Paradise
The life of a weaver/artist in a remote area of Montana.

Silver Selkie Studio
A blog about all my creative obsessions. I can never stick to just one craft or art form. I want to do everything! So I weave a bit. Hand dye and card fiber and spin yarn. I make stuff with my yarn. I ...

The Straight of the Goods
My loom doesn't have a name, but it does have character. Much the character of an old church pew. Beauty and a sore bottom elevates the mind?

Shuttle Pilot
A space for weaving.

Shirley Treasure
An Irish production weaver living and weaving in Western Australia.

Little Meadows Farm
Happenings at our vegetarian fiber and dairy farm - spinning, weaving, etc.

Village Weaver
A year in my life of all things weaving. This blog is my way of documenting my projects and all things weaving for 2008.

Spunsilver
I knit, spin, weave and blog about it

My Handwoven Thoughts
I am a handweaver and would like to share my excitement for weaving with the world. I love the pattern and structure in weaving and enjoy creating complex patterns in the fabric I weave.

Honeysuckle Loom
The adventures of a beginner weaver.

Fibres of Being
A novice weaver, this blog tracks my progress and explorations of this wonderful craft. Why not add to the challenge with a 24 shaft computer assisted loom? Well... perhaps there are reasons why not. Time ...

A Winding Thread
A blog describing my meander through a variety of fiber crafts - primarily weaving and spinning, but with frequent asides to off-loom techniques as well as knitting.

basicallybenita
Blog site featureing weaving, spinning, natural dyeing, knitting, as well as other fiber realted crafts.

Faserfimmel
German language blog about weaving, spinning, felting and knitting

Insanity Looms
About my adventures in the world of textiles - mainly weaving, but also nalbinding, knitting, dyeing etc

Material Thoughts
Weaving, knitting and other fiber arts

Handwoven by Kristin Kelley
The adventures of a weaver, fanatic skier and stay-at-home-mom.

iowaweaver
Photos and stories about my weaving, dyeing, knitting, etc.

w-wie-weben
A blog mostly about weaving and spinning. Other textile crafts may be included.

Dust Bunnies Under My Loom
Seeing a dust bunny growing under my shafts means that I'm activly working at my loom! My plan is to share my weaving life and wobble off topic once in a while into my other two great passions, food and ...

WormSpit
A site about silkworms, silkmoths, and silk.

Väv Miwa, Väv!
HELLO! Miwa shows swedish textile handworks. If you are intrasted in my works, please contact me!

Desiweaver
My website is a blog about my experiments with weaving and crochet. I am a new fiber artist and started the site to give my friends and family the chance to see my projects.

Chocolatetrudi
A writer, painter, knitter and crocheter who is ventucommunity into the exciting world of weaving.

Weaving forever
My blog is devoted to issues about weaving and the life of a weaver. I am also involved in the creation of Weavolution.com an online network for handweavers. I will be using my blog to discuss this ...

Boogie
Spinning, Knitting, weaving and life

Tina's World of Yarn
Posts on weaving, spinning, knitting, and other fibery adventures in my life.

Rebecca Mezoff, Tapestry Artist
My blog about tapestry weaving, yarn addictions, and life in the rural southwestern United States.

Looming Disaster
The Misadventures of a Newbie Weaver

Wefty Woman
Wefty Woman ~ A Sassy Weaving Blog Written by One Warped Bitch ~ "Get off your ass, grab some sticks and shuttles, and learn to weave!"

MWestDesigns
Everyday musings about weaving, art, painting, and photography

WebWorksFiber
A blog devoted to my weaving and felting

MemphisWeaver
No Fiber for You! Blog includes instruction and description of weaving projects by a studio weaver located in Memphis, TN. Also included is commentary regarding knitting, spinning and aging.

EvelynOldroyd
weaving, painting, continuing to learn

weaver
A year in the University of Washington Extension Fiber Arts Program. Our class, my projects and the projects of my classmates as we work through the year in the Fiber Arts Program.

annie o.
weaving, knitting, photography, family, and who knows what else

The Wandecommunity Weaver
This blog carries my musings about the interesting yarns I find on my travels, what I weave with them, and other tips, tricks, and troubles that enrich my weaving life.