Resources of Interest to Weavers and Fiber Artists

Complex Weavers, is dedicated to expanding the boundaries of handweaving, to encourage weavers to develop their own creative styles, to inspire through research, documentation, and the sharing of innovative ideas.

Weaving Today is a free community with weaving techniques, instruction and trendsin free weaving blogs, eBooks, media galleries, and newsletters.

Handweaving.net. This website contains over 60,000 hand weaving drafts that can be viewed, printed, and downloaded in WIF format.

Weavezine is a free online weaving magazine with articles for weavers of all levels, providing inspiration and information on techniques.

Beginner's Guide to Weaving, content rich page with some history, terminology, and cultural weaving links.

Rigid Heddle Weaving offers articles and on-line classes pertaining to rigid heddle weaving.

Weaver's Craft, a quarterly publication by former Handwoven editor Jean Scorgie, features well-designed projects with special emphasis on creative expression in color and design. The projects are for beginning and intermediate weavers on four- to eight-shaft table or floor looms, with most of the projects for four-shaft looms

PlaidMaker lets you create endless plaids with the colors of your choice.

Weaving Indiana is a wonderful collection of information related to weaving – including many free patterns.

Palette Generator takes your photo or any photo from the Internet and creates a color pallet you can then convert to dye and yarn colors.

Tim's Treadle Reducer attempts to take a complicated pattern and reduces it to something similar you can actually weave on your own loom.

Weaving from SnipView, "the illustrated magazine anybody can edit," includes sections on loom, braid, saris, tapestry, and textile arts.

YouTube is filled with amazingly professional (and sometimes not so professional) videos on every technique, problem, question or process. Search to your heart's content.

Facebook continues to add members and groups interested in fiber arts, weaving, and spinning. You can find wonderful tips and hints. Search Facebook using keywords or check out these for starters:
4-Shaft Weaving, 8-Shaft Weaving, Fiber Artists and Spinners, Spin2Weave, Warped Wrappers, Fiberworks, and Spin a Pound Get a Pound.

Etsy,  a website where people sell their handcrafted wares.  It is also a place to find looms and weaving supplies, yarn, and fiber.

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