Perhaps you’ve seen beautiful color gradients in handwoven projects, but you’re not sure how to achieve them, especially with a limited yarn palette. Here are six ways to create gradients in handwoven cloth.
Have you ever struggled to create handwoven fabric with the look and feel you wanted? No more.
The ambiance of a fabric – the emotions evoked by its dominant colors – is created by its color palette. The darkness of a color plays the strongest part, because it sets your sense of the surrounding lighting, but hue and saturation matter, too. Follow the link to find out more!
This blog post analyzes two table runners to show how mood is created in fabric. Plus, a great tip on how to use variegated yarn effectively in handwoven cloth!
Fear of failure often holds us back in our creative work. How do you conquer fear of failure? Practice your courage by failing small, and failing often.
What do you do when the ideas won’t come? Don’t worry – it happens to the best of us!
Learn how to brainstorm your way to lots of new designs, and unleash your creativity – even if you’re in a rut.