We are excited to introduce our 27th weave-along, which will begin on September 16th. In this weave-along you will learn how to warp, weave and finish a textural wall-hanging using simple tapestry techniques and two different types of yarn.
Understanding how to space your warp threads (called sett) is a fundamental weaving skill. It allows you to successfully weave weft-faced pieces without the warp showing and to manipulate texture in your weaving. In this piece, you will weave at two different setts, allowing your warp threads to be covered even while weaving with yarn of different thicknesses.
This weave-along is perfect for beginner weavers looking to understand some of the basic concepts of tapestry weaving, but it is also a fun project for more experienced weavers looking to play with the concept of weaving at multiple setts in the same piece. This project can be done with up to two shedding devices, although we will focus on weaving with one. At the end of the weave-along, you will walk away with a beautiful tapestry wall-hanging.
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