Wednesday, May 18, 2016


Twining is similar yet very different from weaving. The rugs are made on a frame and typically use scraps and recycled materials. The weft is twisted or "twined" around each warp strand.

Two Fiber Guild members (Nancy S. and Laura B.) are twiners. If you are interested in learning more about twining, feel free to contact them - use the Guild email, provided in the top right column.

Nancy has taught several community education classes and shares the directions and tips on her blog Wyoming Breezes - use the "posted topics" list in the right column of her blog to search for "rugs or twining"

Links to some specific twining posts on Wyoming Breezes

Sheri H. (guild member) and Clarinda T. work on
their twining at the Frank B. Wise building.
Fort Washakie, WY
October 2015
Other twining sources can be found here:

FibreArtsBootcamp - wonderful videos - also on YouTube and Facebook 

Fibre Arts Bootcamp in British Columbia
 and is the fundraising arm of 
The Llama Sanctuary, 
a humanitarian organization 
dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation 
and re-homing of camelids in need.

Simply Resourceful - written information and videos

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