Weaving is an enjoyable way to produce a fabric from your home-spun, (though we don’t mind a bit of mill produced either).  From simply weaving in a frame to working on a larger shaft loom, there are many styles and traditions of weaving that we can explore.  Some members have their own equipment but there are looms and other tools available for hire within our guild. Contact us to find out what we have on offer.

You might also like to look at some Weaving Reports to see what has happened at events in the past.

Our Guild library contains a number of weaving books. You can look at and, if you are a Guild member, borrow any of our books when you attend one of our meetings at Strathpeffer Community Centre. If you want to borrow at any other time, please contact us via this web site.

Some weaving techniques we use:

On looms

  • Using two, four or more shafts on table or floor looms
  • Narrow strips of warp faced weaving on inkle looms
  • Tapestry weaving
  • Peg loom weaving

Off-loom weaving

  • On weaving sticks
  • On card, hardboard etc


  • Kumihimo and other forms of Japanese braiding
  • Tablet weaving

Basket making

  • Using a range of natural materials