I’ve been focusing on beginner techniques a lot lately, but I have also seen quite a few of you weaving from some intermediate techniques I’ve shared and they are turning out really lovely! Incase you’ve missed the more intermediate techniques, I’ve put together this post as a roundup and plan on sharing more soon! Just click the links below to access the posts.
Chevron Weave – This weave is one of my favorites, it’s really fun to make and adds so much visual interest to your weave. I also liked how it looked when I wove the three different colors next to each other.
Double Diamond Weave – This pattern took me a few tries to get it the way I wanted, but I’m really happy with how it turned out. It makes a really nice texture and using the bulky wool yarn really made a dreamy weave.
Cartooning to Weave a Picture – I was really intimidated by weaving a picture, but once I just tried it I was really happy with the outcome. I shared a bit of the process, but plan to dive into more details on this in the future.
Twill Weave – This weave is a very basic draft pattern, but I still really love how it looks in weaves. This again adds a lot of visual interest to weaves with not too much more effort then the plain weave.
Herringbone Weave – This weave pattern is just so classy. I really love the break that the herringbone makes in the pattern.
Have you tried any of these in your weaves already? Which one is your favorite?
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