This episode we chat with Rodrick Owen about kumihimo and Peruvian braids. If you're not familiar with kumihimo, it's a Japanese style of braiding that creates beautiful and strong braids. The most common form of kumihimo is woven on a marudai, essentially a small round table with a hole in the center. Read more >>
This episode we chat with talented artist and teacher, Linda Hendrickson about tablet weaving and ply-split braiding, two off-loom ways to interlace threads in interesting patterns. And with ply-split braiding you can even create three-dimensional vessels.
This week we chat with James Koehler, a tapestry artist who does amazing things with depth and color. We talk about his work, spirituality and inspiration, and his upcoming gallery show that will be launched at Convergence.
This episode we talk with Margarita Benitez about OSLoom, an open-source jacquard loom initiative. She's looking to make jacquard weaving affordable by creating open-source plans that you can Read more >>
We've got two great interviews for you this episode: Jacey Boggs, the leader of the new art-yarn movement talks about creating wild and yet structurally sound yarns, and then John Acord of Flatwate Read more >>