• On Demand

    This course is self-paced and is available immediately after you enroll.

  • Rigid-Heddle Friendly

    Great for rigid-heddle weavers interested in learning how to weave beautiful lace.

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Weave Light and Airy Lace with Your Rigid-Heddle Loom

You might think lace fabrics can only be woven on a multi-shaft loom, but you’ll be surprised at how easy it is to weave huck lace on a rigid-heddle loom with a pick-up stick. In this video, weaver extraordinaire and instructor Sara Bixler shows you how simple weaving lace can be as she explains how to use a pick-up stick to create lacy, textural, and dramatic patterns.  

This course is ideal for advanced beginners and any weaver interested in weaving beautiful huck lace using a rigid-heddle loom. 

In this course, you'll learn how to: 

  • Weave lacy fabric using a rigid-heddle loom and pick-up stick 
  • Read and follow a lace pattern 
  • Handle a pick-up stick with confidence 
  • Vary and combine lace units in your weaving

As you move through each lesson in this video, you’ll learn about the unique considerations of lace specific to rigid-heddle looms, how to create lace variations, and even creative uses for color. Gain the skills and knowledge to start weaving lace with this course today!

Included in the Course: 

  • 42 minutes of detailed instructional video 
  • Instructions for three lace patterns
  • Pattern for the À La Carte Napkins (also featured in Little Looms Fall 2022)

Materials and Equipment: 

  • Rigid-heddle loom with 12-dent heddle and 1 shuttle 
  • Pick-up stick (optional: second pick-up stick) 
  • Napkins pattern (included) 
  • 3/2 pearl cotton yarn for the napkins project (see pattern for details)

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Instructor

Sara Bixler

Sara C. Bixler is the owner and resident instructor of Red Stone Glen Fiber Arts Center in York, Pennsylvania. She has been teaching for nearly 10 years and prides herself on having a broad knowledge spectrum to share with her students. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Art and a Bachelor of Science in K-12 education—although she gives full credit for the depth of her knowledge to her apprenticeship with her father, Tom Knisely. You can find many examples of Sara’s work in issues of Handwoven and Little Looms as well as see her in person in one of her many videos.

Course curriculum

    1. Welcome!

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    2. Meet Your Instructor

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    3. Table of Contents

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    4. Getting Started and Course Materials

    5. Technical Support

    1. Warping for Huck on the Rigid-Heddle Loom

    1. Getting Started Weaving Huck and 3/1 Lace Pattern

    2. Resources: Instructions

    1. 5/1 Lace Pattern

    2. Resources: Instructions

    1. 5/1 Spot Lace Pattern

    2. Resources: Instructions

About this course

  • $39.99
  • 18 lessons