Swedish Weaving

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Last year, as winter was setting in, my niece Julie accosted me, looking for some needlework to do that wasn’t difficult, that worked up easily and quickly, and that would give her something creative to do with her hands during the evening hours. We foraged about in my Bin of Sundry Collected Needlework Goods, and ...

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Maria Viking
Free Swedish Weaving Patterns, Huck Embroidery, Huck Towels, Swedish Weaving Patterns, Learn Swedish, Swedish Embroidery, Rigid Heddle Weaving, Swedish Weaving, Monks Cloth

Roughly 2 years ago, I was introduced to a 3rd cousin, Dawn. We immediately found out we had a lot of the same interest, and what was different we were both interested in learning more. On our Route 66 trip last fall, we came back by her town in Colorado which strangely has the same name as my town here in Kentucky! Dawn knew I liked to sew and showed me a baby blanket she had weaved using the Swedish technique. We came up with the idea that I would take it home and sew on the binding. I…

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Elaine Lindsey
Kerstin Neumüller on Instagram: "I got some questions about the Blue horse heddles I posted yesterday, mainly about their function.  These slates with holes and slits are weaving tools, in Swedish they are called “Bandgrind” and in English I call them simply “heddles”, although “Scandinavian rigid heddle for band weaving” would be more accurate.  The heddles have traditionally been used to weave bands with, and I’ve been making them for 3 1/2 years now. If you want to know  - How to make them - how to set up a weave  - how to weave on them - what yarn I use  - what wood I use  - what else you could weave on them except bands  - how to design band patterns   … and many more related facts, you might want to look up the book I wrote for you so I could offer you answers to all these questions Rigid Heddle Weaving Patterns, Swedish Weaving Patterns, Band Weaving, How To Weave, Rigid Heddle Weaving, Weaving Tools, Swedish Weaving, Diy Weaving, Blue Horse

Kerstin Neumüller on Instagram: "I got some questions about the Blue horse heddles I posted yesterday, mainly about their function. These slates with holes and slits are weaving tools, in Swedish they are called “Bandgrind” and in English I call them simply “heddles”, although “Scandinavian rigid heddle for band weaving” would be more accurate. The heddles have traditionally been used to weave bands with, and I’ve been making them for 3 1/2 years now. If you want to know - How to make…

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