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Welcome to the world of hand-painted warps! While I am no expert on this beautiful artform, I have an insider connection to someone who does. Her name is Amanda Baxter, with Shiny Dime Fibers. She was the first person I reached out to when I decided to dive into a project using hand-painted warps and she graciously offered me a few tips to get the most out of the experience.

So in today’s episode of A Handwoven Experience, I’m sharing Amanda’s tips with you! Please enjoy episode 162, “Hand-Painted Warps”.

Show Notes –

Shiny Dime Fibers – Amanda has a great video all about warping a rigid heddle loom using a warp from Shiny Dime Fibers and I’m very excited to share it with you. Simply click here to take advantage of this great resource. (And don’t forget to wander over to Shiny Dime Fibers to shop for a few stunning warps of your own – you’ll love them!)

A Handwoven Interview – Once upon a time, I did an interview with Amanda for the weekly video. We had a fabulous time! So if you missed it and would like to learn more about her, check it out here.

April Weave Along –

The April Weave Along is here! Join us for this month-long weaving adventure where we all start and finish a project in the month of April, and we all utilize the same pattern. This time around, we’re leaning into undulating twill! To see all the program details and find out how you can participate, jog over to the April Weave Along Central page.

Weekly Weaving Newsletter

The absolutely best thing you can do to help with your weaving journey is to sign up for the Weekly Weaving Newsletter! This online Wednesday publication will keep you posted on that week’s FREE weaving educational content, plus I always toss in a story from me! It’s equal parts education and entertainment, all wrapped up in a short, few-minute read!

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