I’ve been seeing a lot of gorgeous woven crafts out there. People are getting so creative with their creations, they look like art pieces that should be in a museum. I have yet to pick up weaving myself, but these woven projects might make be break down and get myself a loom.
Weaving directly into your macrame work is a great way to add a pop of color to a simple wall hanging. It’s also a great intro to weaving because you don’t need a loom!
DIY Wall Weave – A Pair & A Spare
I really love the way a big, fluffy piece of wool roving looks when woven. It’s looks so cozy and unique. In addition, I think this video tutorial would be a great place to start if you’re looking to learn how to weave.
Small Woven Landscapes – Jesus Sauvage
I have been in love with these little landscapes since the moment I saw them. It’s such a unique and inspirational idea, I think it’s a must try for anyone interested.
Make a Rag Rug from Old T-Shirts – A Piece of Rainbow
This is a fun and colorful upcycle project that would be great for a kid’s room! round up those too small t-shirts and create your own fun and funky floor decor.
DIY Woven Necklace – Say Yes
If you’re a bit intimidated by these big wall art and rug projects, test your skills with a fun boho necklace. This is a great way to use up leftover yarn scraps and create a great statement piece.
Have you tried weaving? I’d love to see anything you’ve made! Let me know in the comments or send an email, and if you want even more weaving inspiration, check out our Craft Trends Pin Board!