Little Loom Weaving

Little Loom Weaving

By Andreia Gomes

Creative new patterns and projects combine with classic techniques and 150 step-by-step photos for a trendy take on hand woven clothing and crafts.

 

Whether you’ve been weaving for years or just starting out, Little Loom Weaving has everything you need to create trendy and timeless woven pieces on a small, portable loom.

 

This helpful guide, packed with step-by-step instructions and stunning color photos, is full of inspiring and fun projects—some easy and fast enough to finish in a few hours!

 

Learn New Techniques
• Tabby Weave
• Looping
• Hemstitch
• Open Slit
• Rya Knot
• Soumak

 

Discover Exciting Projects
• Wall Hangings
• Bracelets
• Pillows
• Keychains
• Recycled Materials
• Planters

 

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AUTHOR

Andreia Gomes

Andreia Gomes is a self-taught weaver, creative thinker, compulsive maker and interior stylist. Her work has been featured in CYL Collective, Makers Movement, Future Positive, Koel Magazine, A Montra/The Window and more. She began sharing her passion for weaving in 2014, when she created her own brand of handwoven wall art, LOOP Weaving Co. Her work reflects her love of color, texture and natural fibers, and creating unique wall art with both geometric and organic designs. Her art lives now in homes and stores around the world. She is also passionate about teaching in her workshops. She lives in Lisbon, Portugal.

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PRODUCT INFO
Released: May 2017

ISBN-10: 1612436633
ISBN-13: 9781612436630

Paperback
7.5" X 9.25"
128 pages

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