A New Experience -- Sandra's Loom Blog
Fire and Sparks -- Sandra's Loom Blog
Flowers and Lace -- Susan
Contemporary Textiles - Voices in Three Strands (photos) -- Weaving a Life
Pointless Rambling - No Pictures -- Woven Thoughts
Ondule and Woven Resist -- Weaverly
Bonnie Innouye Revisited -- Unravelling
Expanded Multiple Tabby Weave Samples -- Leigh's Fiber Journal
Where in the World is Jan? -- Kindred Threads
Warping My Bergman with Mrs. S-G -- The Straight of the Goods
The Pick Up Stick in Dyemaking Cloth -- Curiousweaver
Silly Billy -- T'katch
The silly-billy beams on willy-nilly -- T'katch
Warped and Beamed -- Constance Rose Textile Designs
Ebb Tide Exhibit -- Cyber Fiber Scriber
Sample Blanket Progress Report -- Dot's Fibre to Fabric
To see how Linda pixellated a photo and the colors she pulled out, go to her post here:
HWSDA -- Linda's Fiber Weblog
James Koehler is a tapestry weaver, and a wonderful one at that. But reading to the end of the post will reveal some jewels of advice to all weavers, not just tapestry weavers.
A Day with James Koehler -- The Weaving Diva
It happens to non-weavers as well.
When Two Bloggers Write an Almost Identical Post -- Momgrind
This is not from a blog but from a twice-weekly email newsletter. It is about painting; but it is also about weaving.
The Zen of Art -- The Painters Keys
No, I haven't gone crazy. The following post may be talking about computer technology but it is also talking about learning, practicing, growing in any profession or skill.. To whet your appetite for more, here is a quote: "....what matters is not experience per se but "effortful study," which entails continually tackling challenges that lie just beyond one's competence." And just one more tease: he thinks it is really important for those who are pursuing growth and skill to write a blog.............
The Ultimate Code Kata -- Coding Horror
For something shorter but very much to the point, read the section on the 4 keeper traits of productivity:
Critical Skill 10 -- Successful Blog