Online course—Inkle Weaving: Keychains

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Course Description

Discover the beauty of warp-faced fabric. In our Inkle weaving course, you’ll learn everything from warping the loom to developing your own designs. We’ll get started with warping, then weaving plain weave, and finally we’ll jump into pick-up patterns. You’ll even get to design your own pick-up patterns. You’ll end up with a set of keychains that will make great gifts or can be added to your handwoven collection.

Beginning Inkle Weaving keychains
Is this course for you?

No weaving experience or knowledge needed! We'll start at the beginning, with basic terms and techniques.


5 keychain hooks, 1" wide

Warp yarn: 3 colors of 5/2 perle cotton, also called mercerized cotton (130 yds total)

  • 60 yards of background color 1 (green in photo and blue in charts)
  • 40 yards of background color 2 (cream)
  • 30 yards of accent color (purple)

Weft yarn: 21 yards of 5/2 perle cotton in any color

heddles on Inkle Loom


  • inkle loom
  • belt shuttle
  • 30 string heddles or Texsolv heddles
  • scissors
  • flexible measuring tape
  • tapestry needle
  • sewing needle
  • sewing thread to match keychain yarn (optional)
  • iron and ironing board
  • rotary cutter and mat (optional but highly recommended)
  • Shop recommended equipment
Sienna Bosch

Meet Your Instructor

Sienna Bosch

Sienna comes from Fort Collins, Colorado. She grew up in a family of craftspeople; her father is a woodturner. Sienna learned to weave while working towards her Bachelor's of Fine Arts at Colorado State University. She went into school thinking that she would study sculpture, but after one project on the loom, she discovered a passion for weaving. Alongside fiber art, Sienna studied art education. She was an intern for Schacht Spindle Company during the summer of 2019. She warped and wove on many looms in preparation for the Schacht's 50th Anniversary. Now, Sienna is back at Schacht as the Content Developer and Education Specialist.