This page contains a “mish-mash” of patterns and forms that are intended for your personal use. Enjoy and show us your projects when you are done: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instructions for making double heddles for the inkle loom (PDF). Click here.
Click here for the inkle pattern.
Click here for the instructions for weaving this flock.
Click here for the weaving draft for this sweet little overshot pattern that secretly says “Love Heritage.”
This is a flier that every new weaver should read–whether they are weaving on a small loom or a multi-shaft loom. Permission has been granted for reproduction.
Download the PDF here: NewWeavers.
Download and print any of the forms required for your class projects.
Warp and weft calculation sheets, which step you through calculating your yarn needs for both warp and weft yarns. You do the math.
Warp and weft calculation sheet, Excel does the math. NOTE: This is a download.
Drawdown form for 4-shaft projects with 24 threads, 26 picks and 6 treadles
8-shaft drawdown form that prints to 11 x 17 paper (or smaller but still very usable on 8 x 11 paper) with space for up to 10 treadles
Knitting grid with equal-sized squares for lace or Fair Isle knitting and space for project notes
The Serendipity Scarf was woven on the rigid heddle loom, but could just as easily have been woven on a larger loom. Click here for a link to this scarf pattern woven by Joan and published in a FREE Handwoven booklet called Seven Handwoven Scarves.
This pattern by Joan was originally published in Handwoven and is now available in a free Handwoven e-booklet called How to Make Woven Bags with 4 Free Woven Bag Projects: Broken Looms and Big Ideas. Click here to access this e-book.
How to Make a Square BraidSquare finger woven braid video, similar to that for which a lucet is used.
With audio instructions: https://youtu.be/RGRGKlXme1E
Visual only, no sound: https://youtu.be/I-W72iQ2s8c