You’ll find there’s a bit of lingo that goes with weaving (warps, looms, wefts, etc). So I thought it would be helpful to go through the basic structure of a woven wall hanging, and what all the different elements are called.
Congratulations on learning the anatomy of a woven wall hanging. Understanding this is a key part of your weaving journey. I can't wait to see what you create!
Congratulations on learning the anatomy of a woven wall hanging. Understanding this is a key part of your weaving journey.
If you found this article useful then you may also enjoy my Woven Weaving Foundations Course.
This course takes you through all the beginner techniques and knowledge you need to make your first beginner pattern, Marshmallow Dream.
I would totally recommend this course, as it covers all the techniques you will need to start weaving away, and you can also do it at your own pace. Plus, this is a great way to hold yourself accountable for your me-time and continue on your path to becoming a woven weaving superstar.
P.S. Have you checked out this blog yet, 'What Beginner Weaving Supplies do you Need to Create Woven Wall Hangings?'
So, are you excited to begin weaving?