So You've Decided to Learn to Weave. Now What?
Weave-Along 27: Texture & Sett
New Free Ebooks for Bead Weaving
Shed Systems for Tapestry Weaving
A shedding device is a device that makes a shed. What is a shed? It is the space between raised and lowered warps on a loom.
A shedding device makes that shed. There are many different types of mechanisms to do this and not all are equal. Here are a few examples that people use for tapestry weaving.
The Best Beginner Loom
One question we get a lot here at Mirrix Looms is this: “Can a beginner use a Mirrix Loom”?
The answer is a resounding, “yes!”
One of the great things about a Mirrix is that you can learn and grow with your loom. A Mirrix Loom offers you a professional quality foundation to grow your craft/art. Plus, a Mirrix is an incredibly versatile loom. This means you can decide you want to get into beads when you started with tapestry or tapestry if you started with fiber or that you want to weave with wire or begin making mixed-media pieces.
Why I Weave: The Winner
What Do You Need to Begin Weaving (Updated)
One question we get a lot here at Mirrix is, “What do I need to begin weaving?”
This depends on exactly what you want to weave, of course, but you may be surprised at how little you need to get started!