Breanish Tweed A
small family handweaving business that makes lambswool and cashmere fabrics.
Cotswold Woollen Weavers
Visit the Cotswold mill and view lovely woolen throws and tartans made at an 18th Century mill, not a mega-conglomerate.
Harris tweed is made from pure new wool, spun, dyed and handwoven in the outer Hebrides of Scotland.
Jacqueline James Handwoven Rugs
A lovely selection of handwoven rugs and wall-hangings. Jacqueline James has also woven liturgical pieces for several churches in the UK, such as Westminster Abbey, York Minster and Blackburn Cathedral.
Peter Collingwood: Macrogauzes
Macrogauzes are a new type of textile woven on a loom, where the warp departs from its usual practice of lying parallel to the selvage, creating innovative 3 dimensional effects.
Riitta Sinkkonen Davies
Specializing in linen weaving, table linens, rugs and smaller items.
Silk Weaving Mill
Visit this interesting silk weaving mill. (The site is in Swedish.)
Snail Trail Handweavers
Martin and Nina Weatherhead give courses in weaving, spinning and dyeing at
A Swedish site that has woven items as well as Poppana and other yarns. An email address is supplied, so you can write to them in English, requesting information on their yarns.
A commercially-oriented site featuring the design work of Eileen Ellis.
Textile and Fiber Art Galleries
The Woven Bag: 30+ Projects from Small Looms (Writers Digest Guides)
Each bag is created using small looms, such as potholder looms, frame looms and knotted mesh looms.
UK: The Woven Bag
The Big Book of Weaving: Handweaving in the Swedish Tradition: Techniques, Patterns, Designs and Materials
This book covers basic subjects such as warping a loom and making bobbins of weft, as well as more elaborate, highly decorative projects: baby blankets, shawls, table cloths, and linen hand towels.
UK: Big Book of Weaving
Last Updated on March 17, 2018 by Paivi Suomi