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Nov 28, 2016

Loom Weaving: A Little Handmade Holiday

WovenGiftTagWith the holidays approaching, it’s fun to add a little handmade surprise to your gifts. Today I’ll show you how to make a little weave with a simple snowflake embroidery that can be used as a tag on a gift and later used as a little decoration. The best part of this small project is you can use any extra yarn that you might have left over!

Loom: All-in-One Loom & 20-Peg-Extenders

Yarn: Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Cotton Classic Size 10 in white is used for the warp. Along with a hand-spun Merino wool thick n’ thin in color Antler from AmandaJFrench on Etsy is used for the weave. The embroidery is done with Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Cotton Classic Size 10 in metallic gold.

Notions: tapestry needle

Small Weave Pattern Steps:

Set up your weave as described here. Double knot your warp thread on pin #4 from the bottom left. Warp your loom so that 8 pins are warp across the top and 9 pins are warped on the bottom, which includes your beginning double knot and your ending double knot of the warp thread.

WovenGiftTagStep 1: Take a length of white warp thread, about 8 inches long and plain weave it between the warp threads. Pull so both ends of the thread is even on both sides and the thread is sitting up against your loom pegs. Tie the two ends together in a knot. This is what will be used as your tag string.

Step 2: Using one thread of your thick n’ thin, soumak weave (looping around each warp thread) across the first row.

Tip: Weave your soumak a few inches down your warp threads, then push it up all the way to the top so that it is touching your loom pegs. This will give your hands room to weave.

Step 3: For the second row, weave your thick n’ thin yarn in a plain weave. Continue weaving the plain weave so that you have 15 rows of plain weave.

Step 4: Finish your tiny weave with the last row being soumak (looping around each warp thread) all the way across.

WovenGiftTagStep 5: Secure your yarn ends in the back of the weave.

Step 6: Add the embroidered snowflake (steps below).

Embroidery Steps:

Using your weave as a grid, there are 16 warp threads across the top and 17 weft rows down the side. I have numbered the weft threads and the plain weave weft rows (don’t count the soumak rows) for the embroidery pattern.

WovenGiftTagStep 1: Use your gold thread with your tapestry needle. From behind the weave, bring the gold thread up at plain row #4/ warp #4. Pull it diagonally down to row #12/ warp #13 and bring the gold thread through the front of the weave to the back.

Step 2: Bring the gold behind the weave then up at row #4/ warp #13. Pull it diagonally to down to row #12/warp #4 and pull the gold thread through to the back of the weave.

Step 3: Bring the gold behind the weave then up at row #8/ warp #4. Pull it across row #8 to warp #13 and pull it through the to the back of the weave.

Step 4: Bring the gold thread behind the weave then up between warp #8 & #9/ row #4. Pull the thread down warps #8 & #9 to row #12 and pull it through to the back of the weave.

Step 5: Your snowflake is now complete. Secure your gold thread ends in the back of the weave.

Finishing the Small Weave Steps:

WovenGiftTagStep 1: Cut the bottom warp threads about 5 inches from the bottom of the weave.

Step 2: Gently lift the top warp loops off the pegs.

WovenGiftTagStep 3: Flip your weave over to the back. Taking two of the bottom warp threads, tie them in a double knot together. Continue this until all bottom warp threads are tied off.

Step 4: Secure the warp threads in the back of the weave, then trim the excess.

WovenGiftTagYour small weave gift tag is now complete and ready to personalize your gifts!

Happy Weaving!

Kate from The Weaving Loom (a blog dedicated to helping others learn to weave)

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  • I was wondering if anyone has loom pattern for a archers hoodie? I have also seen it called a Katniss “hunger games” hoodie….

    I AM BRAND NEW TO LOOM KNITTING,lol
    However, the hooded pixie cowl pattern in the chunky grey is exactly what I want with the addition of one armed diagonal body ….
    If anyone could help If appreciate, thank you
    Lias / w.lm@yahoo.com

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Oct 24, 2016

Loom Weaving: Rya Knots

Rya Knot Weave on a Knitting Loom!Rya knots go with weaving like ice cream and apple pie. You can use rya knots in your weavings to make pops of texture, to make a shag weave, or to add a gorgeous fringe. I’ve paired a fluffy hand-spun yarn with a golden warp thread to make a dreamy weave.

Loom: All-in-One Loom & 20-Peg-Extenders

Yarn: Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Cotton Classic Size 10 in metallic gold is used for the warp. Along with a hand-spun Merino wool thick n’ thin in color Antler from AmandaJFrench on Etsy is used for the weave.

Notions: tapestry needle, wooden dowel rod

Rya Knot Steps:

Rya Knot Weave on a Knitting Loom!Step 1: Cut a length of thread that is twice as long as you want your rya knot to hang.

Step 2: Bring the middle of the thread over two warp threads.

Step 3: Take left side of the thread and pass it around the warp thread on the left and pull it up so that it is between the left warp thread and the right warp thread.

Rya Knot Weave on a Knitting Loom!Step 4: Now take the right side of the thread, pass it around the warp thread on the right and pull it up so that it also is between the left warp thread and the right warp thread.

Step 5: Pull both the thread ends evenly so that they pull tight against the warp threads creating a rya knot.

Tip: once you have made all your rya knots, weave at least 2 rows of plain weave to secure the knots and tighten them as necessary.

White & Gold Wall Hanging Pattern:

Set up your weave as described here. Double knot your warp thread on pin #2 from the bottom left. Warp your loom so that 18 pins are warp across the top and 19 pins are warped on the bottom, which includes your beginning double knot and your ending double knot of the warp thread. Tie your anchor thread across the top of the warp loops.

Weave 22 rows of the plain weave using your white yarn. This makes the body of the weave.

Rya Knot Weave on a Knitting Loom!Next to create the diagonal rya knots, follow this:

  • Cut 3 pieces of the white thread 18 inches long. Using 2 warp threads each, tie three rya knots starting on the right side.
  • Cut 3 pieces of white thread 14 inches long. Tie 3 more rya knots.
  • Cut 2 pieces 12 inches long, tie 2 more rya knots
  • Cut 3 pieces 8 inches long, tie 3 more rya knots
  • Cut 3 pieces 6 inches long, tie the 3 in rya knots
  • Cut 2 pieces 4 inches long, tie the 2 in rya knots

Now that all the warp threads have rya knots tied on them, weave two rows of plain weave below the rya knots.

Rya Knot Weave on a Knitting Loom!Following the similar finishing instructions here, cut your bottom warp threads about an inch from the bottom of the longest rya knot thread.  The golden warp thread will be all one length across and will peek out as the white thread is at a diagonal.  Tie 2 warp threads into a single knot, making sure they are tight against the bottom plain weave row to finish. Carefully remove the top warp loops from the loom pegs, then twist each one and put the dowel rod through the loops.

Enjoy your white and gold weave!

Happy Weaving!

Kate from The Weaving Loom (a blog dedicated to helping others learn to weave)

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Sep 19, 2016

Loom Weaving: The Soumak Weave

Soumak Weave on a Knitting Loom!Hi! I’m back again to share another pattern you can weave on your knitting loom. The soumak weave makes a really fun texture and pattern. This stitch makes what looks like a braid on your weaves. I’m excited to be sharing this how to along with a simple pattern that a beginner can make!

Loom: All-in-One Loom & 20-Peg-Extenders

Yarn: Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Cotton Classic Size 10 in white is used for the warp, Red Heart Soft Yarn in White is used for the weft, and a hand-spun Coral Merino wool thick n’ thin from AmandaJFrench on Etsy is used for the soumak

Notions: tapestry needle, wooden dowel rod

Soumak Weave Steps:

Soumak Weave on a Knitting Loom!Step 1: Pass your weft thread over three warp threads on the right side of the loom

Step 2: At the third warp, bring your weft thread under and around the third warp so that you finish with your weft thread above the warp again.

Step 3: Bring your weft over the third, fourth, and fifth warps, then loop under and around the fifth warp.

Step 4: Repeat this pattern of passing over three warps and looping around the third until you have reached the end.

Soumak Weave on a Knitting Loom!Step 5: To then weave your soumak in the opposite direction, loop your weft thread over and around your warp and pull your weft thread to the right side.

Step 6: Following the soumak pattern from your bottom row, bring the weft across the same warp threads then loop around the same warp as you did in the row below. Repeat the soumak weave across the new row.


Soumak Weave on a Knitting Loom!Fluffy Soumak Wall Hanging Pattern Instructions:

Set up your loom as described here. Double knot your warp thread on pin #2 from the bottom left. Warp your loom so that 18 pins are warp across the top and 19 pins are warped on the bottom, which includes your beginning double knot and your ending double knot of the warp thread. Tie your anchor thread across the top of the warp loops.

Weave 3 rows of the plain weave using your white yarn.

Soumak Weave on a Knitting Loom!Combine 3 threads of your thick n’ thin yarn, we’ll weave them as one to add more texture and volume.

Soumak weave two rows, making sure to soumak weave every 4 warp threads (to account for the bulk of your yarn).

Repeat 4 times:

Plain weave 3 rows

Soumak weave 2 rows

End with 3 rows of plain weave.

Tuck your yarn tails in the back of the weave. For the plain weave rows, follow the instructions here.

Soumak Weave on a Knitting Loom!To tuck in the bulky thick n’ thin soumak rows, take your tapestry needle and tuck the threads through the back of two warp threads showing. There will be three warp threads showing in the back, I tucked my threads through the middle of one group and then the middle of a second group.

Following the similar finishing instructions here, cut your bottom warp threads and tie 4 threads into a single knot, making sure they are tight against the bottom plain weave row. Carefully remove the top warp loops from the loom pegs, then twist each one three times and put the dowel rod through the loops.

Once your weave is hung on the dowel rod and tied at the bottom, lay it on a flat surface and straighten the hanging warp threads. Using scissors cut each group of four warp threads at an even angle on both sides to form a slight point.

You now have a beautiful and fluffy weave to hang in your home or give as a gift!

Happy Weaving!

Kate from The Weaving Loom (a blog dedicated to helping others learn to weave)

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Aug 13, 2016

Simple Striped Woven Wall Hanging

Simple Striped Woven Wall HangingWeaving has made a huge comeback and there is no doubt that the reason is it’s so fun! With this pattern for beginner’s you’ll be able to make your very own woven wall hanging.

Loom: All-in-One Loom & 20-Peg-Extenders

Yarn: Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Cotton Classic Size 10 in Golden Yellow is used for the warp, Red Heart Soft Yarn in White is used for the weft, Red Heart Soft Yarn in Seafoam is used for the weft, and Red Heart Soft Yarn in Charcoal is used for the double thread weft.

Notions: tapestry needle, wooden dowel rod

Instructions:

Assemble your knitting loom using the 48 peg sides with the 20 peg extenders

Starting at the third peg on the extender bar, warp your loom following the instructions here so that 16 pegs are warped across the top and 17 pegs on the bottom. Add your anchor thread.

Plain weave the following, leaving 3 inch yarn tails on the sides of your weave when you complete a color block:

13 rows of white

5 rows of 2 strands of charcoal

7 rows of white

2 rows of seafoam

4 rows of white

2 rows of seafoam

8 rows of 2 strands of charcoal

2 rows of seafoam

5 rows of white

2 rows of seafoam

7 rows of white

8 rows of seafoam

9 rows of 2 strands of charcoal

The main body of the weave is complete. Finish your weave following the instructions here.

Congratulations on weaving a wall hanging! Please let me know if you have any questions or comments below.

Happy Weaving!

Kate from The Weaving Loom

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Aug 7, 2016

Learn to Weave a Tapestry: Part 2

Tapestry Weave on a Knitting Loom! Part 2

Weaving has made a huge comeback and there is no doubt that the reason is it’s so fun! We’re going to show you how to use your Knitting Loom as a weaving loom! In this part 2 instruction you’ll learn how to finish your weave, take it off the loom, and hang it for display.  We covered part 1 here.

Weaving Terms:

Warp: The thread that is vertically wrapped around your loom, this is the backbone of the weave.

Weft: The thread that is horizontally woven between the warp threads, this is the design of the weave.

Loom: All-n-One Loom & 20-Peg-Extenders

Yarn: Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Cotton Classic Size 10 in Golden Yellow is used for the warp, Red Heart Soft Yarn in White is used for the weft, Red Heart Soft Yarn in Seafoam is used for the weft, and Red Heart Soft Yarn in Charcoal is used for the double thread weft.

Notions: tapestry needle, wooden dowel rod

Finishing Your Weave Instructions:

To finish your weave, you will first have to secure all your yarn tails. Turn your Knitting Loom over so that the back of the weave is facing you.

Tapestry Weave on a Knitting Loom! Part 2

To secure your yarn tails:

  • If your yarn tail ends under the warp thread, take the tapestry needle and pull it through the back of the same colored weft rows below it.
  • If your yarn tail ends over the warp thread, take the tapestry needle and loop around the warp thread, bringing the yarn tail up so that it is now under the warp thread and then pull it through the back of the same colored weft rows below it.

Tapestry Weave on a Knitting Loom! Part 2

To secure thick yarn or doubled thread:

  • If your yarn tail ends under the warp thread, take the tapestry needle and hook the yarn tail under the closest warp thread.
  • If your yarn tail ends over the warp thread, take the tapestry needle and loop around the warp thread, bringing the yarn tail up so that it is now under the warp thread and then hook the yarn tail under the closest warp thread.

Secure one yarn tail at a time to the back of your weave and trim any excess yarn once secured. As you secure each yarn tail, flip back to the front and make sure that your yarn tails are not showing in the front of the weave.

Tapestry Weave on a Knitting Loom! Part 2

Once all yarn tails are secured and trimmed, cut the anchor thread.

Next cut across the bottom warp threads, I cut mine to 5 inches long.

Tapestry Weave on a Knitting Loom! Part 2

Now knot two warp threads together at a time all the way across the bottom of the weave to secure it.

Tapestry Weave on a Knitting Loom! Part 2

Carefully lift the top warp loops off the loom.

Pass the dowel rod through the warp loops. If your dowel rod is thinner then the loops then double twist the loops above the top weft row and then pass the dowel rod through the loop. This will secure your top weft row from creeping up your warp loops.

Now you know how to begin a weave, make the plain weave, and how to finish your weave. Don’t forget to try our beginner’s pattern where you can practice what you’ve learned!

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments below!

Happy Weaving!

Kate from The Weaving Loom

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7 Comments

  • Has Stitchology ended

  • I am going to try to make a table runner using this weaving technique. I have the loom but never used it. Thanks for the tutorial .

  • Stitchology and all the other regular columns are on hold for the month of August. The columnist are taking a well deserved vacation.

  • Thanks I was hoping it did not end

  • Is this going to be on YouTube with the All-n-One Loom. I like to make a scraf with these instructions.

  • Anyone able to help me with the Harvest Lace shawl? I don’t understand why the description says there will be a gap between section1 and 2 – HELP!

  • Great job, I appreciate you hand made wall hanging tapestry. thanks for sharing.

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Aug 4, 2016

Learn to Weave a Tapestry: Part 1

Tapestry Weave on a Knitting Loom! Part 1
Weaving has made a huge comeback and there is no doubt that the reason is it’s so fun! We’re going to show you how to use your Knitting Loom as a weaving loom! In this part 1 instruction you’ll learn how to warp your Knitting Loom and how to weave the plain (tabby) weave. We shared how to finish a weave here.

Weaving Terms:

Warp: The thread that is vertically wrapped around your loom, this is the backbone of the weave.

Weft: The thread that is horizontally woven between the warp threads, this is the design of the weave.

Loom: All-in-One Loom & 20-Peg-Extenders: Note the 28″ Knitting loom comes with the Peg Extenders. If you purchase the AIO, it doesn’t come with the Peg Extenders. In addition, the gauge of the Peg Extenders differs from the AIO. While you can use the Peg Extenders with the AIO to weave, it is not recommended to use them together to knit as the areas where the peg extenders will have a different gauge, proving you with a knit fabric that is not uniform throughout.

Yarn: Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Cotton Classic Size 10 in Golden Yellow is used for the warp, Red Heart Soft Yarn in White is used for the weft, and Red Heart Soft Yarn in Charcoal is used for the double thread weft.

Notions: tapestry needle

Warping the Loom Instructions:

Assemble your knitting loom using the 48 peg sides with the 20 peg extenders

On the peg extender, count to the third peg and tie your warp thread in a double knot.
Tapestry Weave on a Knitting Loom! Part 1

Bring the warp thread up and around the corresponding top peg, then back down.

It is important to keep an even tension as you pull the warp thread around the pegs. You want your warp thread to be pulled tight enough to not sag, but it should have some bounce to it. It should be similar to a strung guitar.

Continue to pass the warp thread from bottom, around a peg, to top, around a peg, back to bottom and so on. Do this until you have pass the warp around the top peg that is the third from the end of the extender. You will have used 16 pegs at the top.

Then bring the warp thread down to the bottom peg that is second from the end of the extender where you will tie it off. Before you tie off the warp thread, check your tension, if the warp is sagging you can pull the warp around each peg to get it tighter as you work the excess towards your last peg. Once the tension is good, tie a double knot on that last peg and cut the thread from the ball. You will notice that both the start and end of the warp thread are tied at the bottom of the loom, this ensures you have warp loops at the top of your weave. You will have used 17 pegs at the bottom.
Tapestry Weave on a Knitting Loom! Part 1

Next, taking about 18 inches of your white yarn, tie and anchor string across the top warp threads (the top is the end without the warp thread knots). Between the second and third peg on the sides, tie a double knot of the yarn around the one side of the loom. Pull the yarn across the front of the warp threads and tie a double knot of the yarn around the opposite side of the loom. This anchor provides two functions; it keeps the warp threads from sliding up the pegs and it is a place marker of where to start your weaving.

Plain (Tabby) Weave Instructions:

The plain weave is the basic over 1 warp under 1 warp weaving pattern.

Turn your loom so that the top with the warp loops and anchor string is closest to you (or upside down). We will weave top to bottom.

Cut a length of the white yarn to approximately 36 inches long.
Tapestry Weave on a Knitting Loom! Part 1

Using this length of yarn and a tapestry needle, start plain weaving by passing the needle over 1 warp thread, then under 1 warp thread, over 1 and so on. Repeat this all the way across your warp threads and pull your yarn through leaving a 3 inch yarn tail off the side of the loom.

Push your woven yarn down with the tapestry needle, so that it is next to your anchor thread.

For the return pass, weave your yarn in the opposite pattern from the row before it. I ended under the warp thread, so in the return pass, I will start weaving over 1 warp, under 1 warp repeating until I reach the end of the row.

Tapestry Weave on a Knitting Loom! Part 1Pull your weft thread until you have a slight loop around the end warp. If you pull too much, your warp threads will be pulled into the middle and your sides will not be straight.

Using your needle, push the weft thread down to the other row. A good exercise is to create weft hills, as is shown in the picture, so that you ensure your weft thread isn’t pulling on the warp strings. Push all the hills down until the wefts are flat against each other. If the weft is too loose you can tug a bit on the yarn remove excess yarn from the row, but make sure your warp end stays straight.

Weave back in the opposite direction again, continuing the over 1 warp, under 1 warp pattern. Each row will alternate this pattern.

Once you are finished leave a tail of 3 inches off the side.

Tapestry Weave on a Knitting Loom! Part 1

You can also weave the plain weave using more then one thread at a time. In the above picture you can see that two threads next to each other can be woven to add bulk. To do this, simply cut two threads of yarn and using the tapestry needle, weave both threads at the same time.

That wraps up Part 1, you can find Learn to Weave a Tapestry: Part 2 here and create a wall hanging with this beginner’s pattern!

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments below!

Happy Weaving!

Kate from The Weaving Loom

5 Comments

  • It would be nice to have a video on this?….

  • Yes, I agree that a video would be helpful. I want to weave on my 28″ board with the long connectors. I am assuming that the process would be the same. But visual instructions work best for me.

  • Is it possible to use dish cloth cotton instead of crochet cotton?

  • You can use any type of thread or fiber, including wool roving, rag strips, etc once you get the initial process down. Have fun with it!

  • Yes you can use dish cloth cotton. You can use anything for the warp, but I’ve found that using a strong thread with little stretch is the best to use when starting out. A dish cloth cotton would be both strong and have little stretch.

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