Handwoven Baby Blanket

Weaving Projects – Baby

Little Fancy Flower
A lovely baby blanket using 1/23 Elora acrylic yarns sett at 12 epi. Woven by Denise Beland. If you prefer cotton, you could substitute 8/2 cotton, sett at 12 epi.

Swedish Lace Baby Blanket
Baby blankets baby blankets woven using a rayon weft and organic cotton warp.

Color Gamp Baby Blankets
Colorful baby blankets woven in Gertrude’s Fancy and Murphy’s Diaper weave.

Huck Lace Baby Blankets
A new weaver “bakes” some lovely baby blankets in huck lace.

Quilt Block Baby Blankets
Marina wove some gorgeous baby blankets using a 6 shaft quilt block design.

Felted Slippers
How to make hand felted wool slippers or booties for babies and bigger kids.

Huck and Basket Weave Draft
Marina likes to use an 8 shaft huck and basket weave draft to create a thermal type of baby blanket.

Knitted Baby Sweater
Jessie demonstrates her knitting talents with this baby sweater, socks and a really cute cow.
Rigid Heddle Weaving Books
The Weaver’s Idea Book: Creative Cloth on a Rigid Heddle Loom
Handwoven Home: Weaving Techniques, Tips, and Projects for the Rigid-Heddle Loom
Color & Texture for the Rigid Heddle Loom: A Study in Yarn Selection for Weavers
Weaving Made Easy Revised and Updated: 17 Projects Using a Rigid-Heddle Loom
Weave•Knit•Wear: Simply Fabulous Clothing and Accessories for Rigid Heddle (and Other) Weavers

Hand Weaving Books
Weaving on a Little Loom (Everything you need to know to get started with weaving, includes 5 simple projects

The Key to Weaving: A Textbook of Hand Weaving for the Beginning Weaver
The Weaver’s Companion (The Companion Series)
Learning to Weave
The Big Book of Weaving: Handweaving in the Swedish Tradition: Techniques, Patterns, Designs and Materials
The Handweaver’s Pattern Directory
A Weaver’s Book of 8-Shaft Patterns: From the Friends of Handwoven
Krokbragd: How to Design & Weave
Doubleweave: On Four to Eight Shafts
Double Weave: Theory and Practice<
Magic of Doubleweave: The Best of Weaver’s (Best of Weaver’s series)
Weaving In the Arts: Widening the Learning Circle