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Tag Archives: Tapestry Weaving

Mirrix’s First Virtual Art Show!

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Introducing Mirrix’s First Virtual Art Show!  Starting next week, we will be accepting pictures of woven work that follow a certain set of criteria (woven on a bead and/or tapestry loom, finished in the last 6 months, etc.) which we
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Is Your Next Craft Addiction Weaving Fiber on a Loom? (Free Ebook)

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You know it’s out there… your next craft addiction. It might just be weaving fiber on a loom.  Whether is it tapestry weaving, Inkle weaving, Saori weaving or even adding fiber to your bead pieces, Mirrix Looms are the perfect
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The American Tapestry Alliance. Social Market for a Mirrix 2014 Share Sponsor

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The American Tapestry Alliance is Mirrix’s Social Market for a Mirrix 2014 May share-sponsor! Following is a little interview we did with an ATA representative (thanks, Elaine!) so you can learn a little more about the ATA and what they have going on
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FAQ: An Alternative Way to Balance Your Warping Bar

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Sometimes you want to make a piece that’s much thinner than the width of the loom you’re weaving on. If you weave a thin piece in the center of your loom, you may have the problem of an unstable warping
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Learn tapestry online with Rebecca Mezoff

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This is a guest blog post by tapestry weaver and teacher Rebecca Mezoff. Check out her blog here and her website here. Last year I was headed to an important workshop in Washington. Due to a serious miscalculation in suitcase size
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Slow Art/Craft

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I am going to start off this post the way I originally planned to start it which is:  Looking for a quick and easy project to give away as a gift, something you can make in an hour or two
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Weave-Along 11 Updates!

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Because the weave-along is going over many different basic things (loom set up, warping, how to weave different ways), we suggest you just have some basic materials depending on what you’re interested in. For bead weaving you will want a
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Intro to Tapestry Class: Pick and Pick Combination Plus Chevrons

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This week in the CraftArtEdu Introduction to Tapestry Class I took on a combination pick and pick plus hatching technique, along with geometric chevrons. Pick and Pick Plus Hatching and Warp Interlock This is the first time in the class
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Intro to Tapestry Class: Slit Tapestry Technique

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My journey through the CraftArtEdu Introduction to Tapestry Class continues. You might recall from my weft interlock post that I mentioned a different color-block technique that results in open slits in the tapestry. That technique is called slit tapestry, and
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Intro to Tapestry Class: Weft Interlock

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Today I continue my journey through the CraftArtEdu Introduction to Tapestry Class with a technique called weft interlock. It’s used for making blocks of color without leaving open slits in the tapestry fabric. This was my first attempt at weft
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