Liz Gipson first learned to weave at age five. She took up weaving once again while attending Colorado State University, where she studied fiber art and community development. Liz is the former managing editor of Spin-Off magazine and the current managing editor of Handwoven magazine. She has made appearances on the DIY and HGTV programs Knitty Gritty and Uncommon Threads, and she is delighted to be the spinning and weaving host of Interweave Press's new public television show Knitting Daily. Liz is the president of the Spinning and Weaving Association and lives in Loveland, Colorado.
"I've read many weaving books over the years. This is one I believe belongs on your shelf whether you've been weaving for less than 10 minutes or more than 10 years and every bit in-between. There are valuable tips throughout the volume." --Little Acorn Creations"The book is filled with step by step photographs and easy to understand written instructions. By the time you are ready to start a project, she will have walked you through how-to fix 'emergencies' you may encounter...Liz knows weaving and it is as though she is with you at your loom, answering your questions before you ask. Take a workshop with her without leaving your 'studio'. She shows you how to enjoy the process." --Hartford Knitting Examiner's "In Stitches" column