Saori Style on the Harp Forte

Did you know that you can weave Saori Style on a rigid heddle loom? Saori is a style of weaving that is done using 2 harnesses and a free form method to create fun, highly individual fabrics. It’s sort of a ‘make it up as you go along’ kind of weaving. Sound fun? It is! Today I will be exploring …

Weave a Pillow on the Harp Forte

    When the hot summer months roll around my thoughts turn to weaving projects other than scarves and shawls. It’s nice to give the house a fresh look for the summer months too. Cool blue was my inspiration for this project. But of course with so many colors to choose from, you can customize this pillow to suit your …

Weave a Felted Tote Bag

Looking for your next weaving project? This Tote Bag will allow you to explore weaving a four color plaid. Once it is off the loom, it will be felted before the tote pieces are cut and sewn together using a sewing machine. Let’s begin by gathering the supplies needed: 4 skeins of feltable, fingering weight wool yarn. Choose colors that …

Hem Stitch For Weaving

There are many ways to finish off the ends of your weaving projects. The Hem Stitch is an all time favorite among weavers. Bear in mind however, that this method will produce a fringed edge. Follow this simple tutorial to learn how. First, warp the project onto a Kromski Harp Forte. Follow this tutorial if you are not familiar with …

Valentine Key Fob

When you give your Valentine the key to your heart, give them a Hand Woven Key Fob to keep it on! This weft faced Key Fob weaves up quickly using worsted weight cotton yarn and an 8 dent Heddle. Don’t have a loom? Don’t worry, Kromski has several different sizes for you to choose from! Or you can opt to …

Kromski Christmas Scarf

Short on time this Christmas? This scarf weaves up quickly on the Kromski Harp Forte, using super bulky weight yarn in traditional Holiday colors. Finished size: 60” x 7” with 4” fringe You will need Super Bulky yarn (5 wpi): 55 yards of Green 75 yards of Red 65 yards of White Kromski Harp Forte rigid heddle loom at least 8” …

Weaving Your 1st Scarf

“My First Woven Scarf” See part 1 – “How to Warp the Kromski Harp Forte” to get started. Supplies: Kromski Harp Forte Loom at least 8” wide 155 yards size 3 Crochet Thread or 8/2 Weaving Yarn 185 yards worsted weight (size 5) yarn. Small amount of waste yarn Scissors   For this tutorial, I will be using the 8” Kromski …

How to Warp the Kromski Harp Forte

Warping your Rigid Heddle Loom for the first time can be a daunting experience. But it doesn’t need to be. It’s actually quite easy. Let us walk you through the process, step by step. For this tutorial, we will be using an 8” Kromski Harpe Forte and stand. The warp is the yarn that runs from the front beam to the …

Assemble the Harp Loom

The Harp comes in a boxed kit and requires assembly. Watch the videos below on how to assemble or download the  Harp Forte PDF Instructions or use Manufacturer Instruction (pictures only)

Weaving on a Rigid Heddle Loom

The videos below present information about weaving on a rigid heddle loom. If you are new to weaving, think you want to weave but are not sure how to proceed or what to purchase, let us help you out. We’ll explain everything you ever wanted to know about weaving on the Kromski Harp Forte, a rigid heddle loom.