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Moonlight Blossoms 7 | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

Agregate Anemones 2 by Kirsten's Fabric Art, via Flickr

Trees In My Dreams by kayla coo, via Flickr - Fiber Art

Blue Garden 1 by Kirsten's Fabric Art, via Flickr

Fennel Blossoms 4 by Kirsten's Fabric Art, via Flickr

Felted and Embellished Art Quilt | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The Orchard 2 by Kirsten's Fabric Art, via Flickr

textile techniques with Marilyn Pipe - textile artists | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Closeup Silk and Tyvek | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Lime cocktail | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Shoreline 2 Textile Art | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

needle-weaving | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Miniature weaving

Miniature Weaving {Craft Camp} - Skip To My Lou

How to: Pin weaving for miniature rugs and such.

milliande Art Studio Blog: Pin Weaving - UnRuly Cloth & Canvas

Pin Weaving Tutorial

Create Intricate Fabric With Pin Weaving - Threads

pin weaving

free-form weaving

Hairclip needle

How to make a re-purposed weaving needle

Ruths weaving projects: Tartan and Twill. Cardboard looms and pin weaving.

Ruth's weaving projects: Tartan and Twill

The best instructions for making a cardboard loom and how to use..

Cardboard Box Looms: DIY Weaving at it’s finest! |

Circular weaving --- so many creative options, using cardboard, yarn, & a yarn needle!

Twining--creates two-color diagonal stripes or zigzags. Start with a row of tabby, then twine the second color around it, alternating the over/under. Use a 6" needle for color A, and a 3" needle for color B. Reverse the direction of the pattern by changing the direction from which you twine color B. In the diagram, the needle is shown coming from above color A. On the next shot, bring the needle up from below color A to reverse the pattern.

Beginning Weaving Handout

HOW TO MAKE: Weaved Yarn on cardboard cutouts for Kids. We love this tutorial as it shows how versatile cardboard can be! Via Made by Joel

-learn-to-weave- We have a small loom but I love the cardboard idea!

Learn to Weave