Log Cabin is another color-and-weave structure (plain weave with color interest). Although it is a simple tabby weave with no pick-up stick or finger manipulation, it has the look that your weaving is… well… woven! There are lots of fun variations of log cabin to achieve different effects. You’ll also learn to warp your loom using a warping board rather than a warping peg.
Prerequisites: You must know how to warp your loom and know how to achieve a balanced weave.
Cost: $33 plus supplies
Supplies: Rigid-heddle loom with 8, 10 or 12-dent heddle, threading hook, two stick shuttles, two balls of yarn in a weight to go with your heddle in contrasting colors.
Time: One 4-hour session.