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Weaving Publications

Complex Weavers Journal
In an effort to facilitate their organizational byline, “Encouraging curiosity, exploration, innovation in weaving,” Complex Weavers welcomes articles from both individual members and those belonging to study groups. Unlike other publications, they do not publish articles from individuals outside of their organization.

Handwoven is a weaver's constant companion, textile travelogue, pattern book, and weave structure textbook. It's a place to discover new patterns, learn to create original designs, and find solutions to weaving challenges. Handwoven is an indispensable resource that weavers return to time and again.

Edited by Robyn Spady
Heddlecraft is a weaving magazine that strives to offer something new and different! It's a digital weaving magazine designed for weavers who love to weave and want to know more! It includes weaves and weaving techniques for weavers with four- and eight-shaft (or more) looms.

The Journal for Weavers, Spinners and Dyers
UK publication. The Journal is published on behalf of the Association of Guilds of Spinners Weavers and Dyers. A small team of enthusiastic volunteers publishes the Journal quarterly in spring summer autumn and winter. It covers a wide range of textile subjects, including articles on historic textile techniques and cutting edge modern design.

Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot Magazine
The HGA award-winning quarterly journal features a broad spectrum of articles about the fiber arts, including design, history, shows, education, products, books, national and international textile news, as well as updates about HGA programs and people, and information received from local and regional guilds. A subscription to Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot magazine is included as a benefit of membership in HGA.

VÄV - the magazine
Scandinavian Weaving Magazine, available in English.
4 issues a year in March, May, September and December

Weavers Craft
Weaver’s Craft, a publication by former Handwoven editor Jean Scorgie, features well-designed projects with special emphasis on creative expression in color and design. The projects are for beginning and intermediate weavers on four- to eight-shaft table or floor looms, with most of the projects for four-shaft looms.


Wild Fibers Magazine
Wild Fibers offers unique opportunities to discover the world of natural fibers, including our annual magazine, our tours, our videos, and even our own Cashmere Center in the High Himalayas.
Visit the website, for store, tour information, videos and more.

Out of Print/Archive

The Weaver's Journal
The University of Arizona has, with permission, PDF downloads of old issues, 1976 - 1987

WeaveZine Article Archive

This is where you can find the archived articles from WeaveZine, the one-time online magazine for weavers. WeaveZine is no longer in production, but as weaving is timeless, so is the content within this archive.

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