Photo by Perry Backus
Welcome to dje handwovens!
My weaving kits feature:
Pre-measured and wound warps
All the weft yarn
Detailed instructions and drawdown drafts
Tips and tricks for weaving
Kits for rigid heddle through 8 shaft looms. New kits for 2016 in new colorways, fibers, and designs. Check out the natural color cotton yarns. These yarns get darker with washing! Go to the page for 2, 4 & 8 shaft kits.
A whole new herd of Swatch Critters kits for Zoom Loom! There are now 15 soft, huggable critters plus a Christmas Ornament kit made from Mountain Colors yarns. Check them all out on the Swatch Critters page!
Learn a new weave structure, enjoy the convenience of having everything you need for a project ready to go on the loom and stretch your weaving budget without having to buy more yarn than you need.
For over twenty years I have been discovering the magic of weaving. In 2004, I completed and passed, the Handweavers Guild of America Certificate of Excellence, Level 1 in Handweaving. In 2010, I created dje handwovens, designing textiles for kits for handweavers. In 2011, I teamed up with Mountain Colors yarns as their exclusive weaving designer.
October 7-9, 2016
Contact Fiber Rhythms for class sign up!
Looking for classes in your shop or guild? Contact Deb at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a date!
Introducing for 2016, the Indy Dyers Line! This line celebrates the small (1-2 person) Indy Dyers creating small batches of beautiful yarns. This year we are featuring Raven Ridge Fiber Arts, based right here in Montana, with a 4-shaft cowl. Check out the 2,4 & 8 shaft kits page!
The Mountain Colors Yarns line has new designs and new color ways for 2016! The Mountain Colors Yarns line now features designs in multiple colorways and weave structures--including kits designed especially for rigid heddle and knitters loom weavers!
June 11-13, 2016 Washington, DC
Stop by and see the new kits for 2016 (and a couple new surprises!) We'll be at Sample It and Cash and Carry!
"It's magic!" This was my reaction as a 9-year-old watching a handweaver for the first time. How else could she create those beautiful designs in the cloth by simply pushing some pedals on the loom and throwing some yarn back and forth.
Since then, I have learned the magic lies in the skilled hands and creative mind of the weaver.