Inspirational Weaving Quotes And Weave Sayings

These weaving quotes will inspire you. Weaving is a method of textile production in which two distinct sets of yarns or threads are interlaced at right angles to form a fabric or cloth.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging weaving quotes, weaving sayings, and weaving proverbs.

Best Weaving Quotes

  1. “All of my creation is an effort to weave a web of connection with the world: I am always weaving it because it was once broken.” ~ Anais Nin
  2. “In the tapestry of life, we’re all connected. Each one of us is a gift to those around us helping each other be who we are, weaving a perfect picture together.” ~ Anita Moorjani
  3. “We all have our own life to pursue, our own kind of dream to be weaving, and we all have the power to make wishes come true, as long as we keep believing.” ~ Louisa May Alcott
  4. “We sleep, but the loom of life never stops, and the pattern which was weaving when the sun went down is weaving when it comes up in the morning.” ~ Henry Ward Beecher
  5. “I do regard spinning and weaving as a necessary part of any national system of education.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi

  6. “The day will come when you will review your life and be thankful for every minute of it. Every hurt, every sorrow, every joy, every celebration, every moment of your life will be a treasure to you, for you will see the utter perfection of the design. You will stand back from the weaving and see the tapestry, and you will weep at the beauty of it.” ~ Neale Donald Walsch
  7. “You see, when weaving a blanket, an Indian woman leaves a flaw in the weaving of that blanket to let the soul out.” ~ Martha Graham
  8. “We don’t accomplish anything in this world alone… and whatever happens is the result of the whole tapestry of one’s life and all the weavings of individual threads form one to another that creates something.” ~ Sandra Day O’Connor
  9. “Our weavings in the cosmic web are not self-contained. Rather, they are part of the design of our collective humanity.” ~ Lisa Hunt
  10. “Life is a loom, weaving illusion.” ~ Vachel Lindsay

  11. “Chance. It weaves through our lives like a golden thread, sometimes knotting, tangling, and breaking along the way. Loose threads are left hanging, but the in and out, the back and forth continues, the weaving goes on. It doesn’t stop.” ~ Mary E. Pearson
  12. “A good life is like a weaving. Energy is created in the tension. The struggle, the pull and tug are everything.” ~ Joan Erikson
  13. “Think of all your experiences as a huge tapestry that can be laid out in whatever pattern you wish. Each day you add a new thread to the weaving. Do you craft a curtain to hide behind, or do you fashion a magic carpet that will care you to unequaled heights?” ~ Tony Robbins
  14. “I think our lives are connected by threads. We’re weaving our own quilts as we go along and it has been my experience that there are so many threads that connect people. Invisible threads, strong threads, sparkling threads, but I think there is so much interconnectivity between people and I acknowledge that and I see it all the time. I think some of that is divine.” ~ Kathy Garver
  15. “Sometimes, when I wake up at night, I feel invisible hands weaving my destiny.” ~ Fernando Pessoa

  16. “Never forget that the universe is a single living organism possessed of one substance and one soul, holding all things suspended in a single consciousness and creating all things with a single purpose that they might work together spinning and weaving and knotting whatever comes to pass.” ~ Marcus Aurelius
  17. “It will be very interesting one day to follow the pattern of our life as it is spread out like a beautiful tapestry. As long as we live here we see only the reverse side of the weaving, and very often the pattern, with its threads running wildly, doesn’t seem to make sense. Some day, however, we shall understand. In looking back over the years we can discover how a red thread goes through the pattern of our life: the Will of God.” ~ Maria von Trapp
  18. “I don’t think I’ll ever escape the fact that I don’t belong anywhere in particular. I’ve often dreamed about going back to Nigeria, but that’s a very romantic notion. It’s a hideous country to go to in reality.” ~ Hugo Weaving
  19. “Nowhere on the shore is the relation of a creature to its surroundings a matter of a single cause and effect; each living thing is bound to its world by many threads, weaving the intricate design of the fabric of life.” ~ Rachel Carson
  20. “We gave the Future to the winds, and slumbered tranquilly in the Present, weaving the dull world around us into dreams.” ~ Edgar Allan Poe

  21. “The moon is at her crystal window / Spinning and weaving…” ~ Hilda Conkling
  22. “This is what art is all about. It is weaving fabric from the feathers you have plucked from your own breast. But no one must ever see the process – only the finished bolt of goods. They must never suspect that that crimson thread running through the pattern is blood.” ~ Katherine Paterson
  23. “And so she comes to dream herself the tree, The wind possessing her, weaving her young veins, Holding her to the sky and its quick blue, Drowning the fever of her hands in sunlight. She has no memory, nor fear, nor hope Beyond the grass and shadows at her feet.” ~ Hart Crane
  24. “Moment by moment throughout our lifetime, our brains hum with the work of making meaning: weaving together many thousands of threads of information into all manner of thoughts, feelings, memories, and ideas.” ~ Daniel Tammet
  25. “He who is false to the present duty breaks a thread in the loom, and you will see the effect when the weaving of a lifetime is unraveled.” ~ William Ellery Channing

  26. “Love, as is told by the seers of old,
    Comes as a butterfly tipped with gold,
    Flutters and flies in sunlit skies,
    Weaving round hearts that were one time cold.” ~ Algernon Charles Swinburne
  27. “I think the actor has a tribal role as the archetypal storyteller. I think there was a time when the storyteller, the priest, the healer, were all one person in one body. That person used to weave stories at night around a small fire to keep the tribe from being terrified that sun had gone down.” ~ Ben Kingsley
  28. “I assure you that there’s a lot involved in compositions with figures. … It’s like weaving… you must control and keep an eye on several things at once.” ~ Vincent Van Gogh
  29. “It’s important to realize that we all need to work together. With Weaving Movements, we are all interdependent and we all have to work together. If we could just realize that and understand that, we’ll keep our country strong.” ~ Dolores Huerta
  30. “It’s the moon that makes it so still, weaving some mystery.” ~ Fyodor Dostoevsky

  31. “For me, teaching is about weaving a web of connectedness between myself, my students, the subject I’m teaching, and the larger world.” ~ Parker J. Palmer
  32. “Children of yesterday, / Heirs of to-morrow, / What are you weaving? / Labor and sorrow? / Look to your looms again. / Faster and faster / Fly the great shuttles / Prepared by the Master, / Life’s in the loom, / Room for it – / Room!” ~ Mary Lasswell
  33. “Thinking … is a soundless dialogue, it is the weaving of patterns, it is a search for meaning. The activity of thought contributes to and shapes all that is specifically human.” ~ Vera John-Steiner
  34. “The weaving of mankind into one community does not imply the creation of a homogeneous community, but rather the reverse; the welcome and adequate utilization of distinctive quality in an atmosphere of understanding…. Communities all to one pattern, like boxes of toy soldiers, are things of the past, rather than of the future.” ~ H. G. Wells
  35. “O, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive!” ~ Walter Scott

  36. “In Old Europe and Ancient Crete, women were respected for their roles in the discovery of agriculture and for inventing the arts of weaving and pottery making.” ~ Carol P. Christ
  37. “Everything can happen, everything is possible and probable. Time and place do not exist; on a significant bases of reality, the imagination spins, weaving new patterns; a mixture of memories, experiences, free fancies, incongruities and improvisations.” ~ August Strindberg
  38. “My dream is to be a doctor. I’m almost working in a laboratory, because I’m trying new techniques, new directions and fabrics, new weaving.” ~ Alber Elbaz
  39. “Poetry is only secondarily about words. Primarily, it is about truth. I dealt with the Ding an Sich, the substance behind the shadow, weaving powerful concepts, similes, and connections the way an engineer would raise a skyscraper with the whiskered-alloy skeleton being constructed long before the glass and plastic and chrome aluminum appears.” ~ Dan Simmons
  40. “Writing fiction is the act of weaving a series of lies to arrive at a greater truth.” ~ Khaled Hosseini

  41. “. . . Luddites were those frenzied traditionalists of the early 19th century who toured [England] wrecking new weaving machines on the theory that if they were destroyed . . . old jobs and old ways of life could be preserved . . . At certain times in his life each man is tempted to become a Luddite, for there is always something he would like to go back to. But to be against all change-against change in the abstract-is folly.” ~ James A. Michener
  42. “The more familiar two people become, the more the language they speak together departs from that of the ordinary, dictionary-defined discourse. Familiarity creates a new language, an in-house language of intimacy that carries reference to the story the two lovers are weaving together and that cannot be readily understood by others.” ~ Alain de Botton
  43. “If anyone should want to know my name, I am called Leah. And I spend all my time weaving garlands of flowers with my fair hands, t o please me when I stand before the mirror; my sister Rachel sits all the day long before her own, and never moves away. She loves to contemplate her lovely eyes; I love to use my hands to adorn myself: her joy is in reflection, mine in act.” ~ Dante Alighieri
  44. “‘Modern Love’ completes the EP as an intricate musical piece weaving in and out of complex rhythms. There is even a beatless ambient mix that shows Subb-an has more strings to his bow. We are always keen to push artists out of their comfort zone and really show the world what they are capable of.” ~ Subb-an
  45. “It’s kind of chased away a few demons for me and, um, it’s educated me a little bit more.” ~ Hugo Weaving

  46. “I was ordered to go for flowers, that my mistress’s house might be decorated for an evening party. I spent the day gathering flowers and weaving them into festoons, while the dead body of my father was lying within a mile of me. What cared my owners for that? he was merely a piece of property. Moreover, they thought he had spoiled his children, by teaching them to feel that they were human beings. This was blasphemous doctrine for a slave to teach; presumptuous in him, and dangerous to the masters.” ~ Harriet Ann Jacobs
  47. “He wondered what kind of blueprint beavers had for creating such a structure-or did they simply start aimlessly weaving stuff together until they had a dam? Did they even think about creating a dam? Maybe dams were simply accidents that resulted from their fooling around, much like the Army Corps of Engineers’ accomplishments.” ~ Patrick F. McManus
  48. “I know girls who pine for it. They like to play dress-up and pretend being Vor ladies of old, rescued from menace by romantic Vor youths. For some reason they never play ‘dying in childbirth’, or ‘vomiting your guts out from the red dysentery’, or ‘weaving till you go blind and crippled from arthritis and dye poisoning’, or ‘infanticide’. Well, they do die romantically of disease sometimes, but somehow it’s always an illness that makes you interestingly pale and everyone sorry and doesn’t involve losing bowel control.” ~ Lois McMaster Bujold
  49. “I read with keen interest the words of a bumper sticker readily visible on the highly polished chrome bumper of a car which was weaving in and out of the traffic stream. The words were these: “Honk if you love Jesus.” No one honked. Perhaps each was disturbed by the thoughtless and rude actions of the offending driver. Then, again, would honking be an appropriate manner in which to show one’s love for the Son of God, the Savior of the world, the Redeemer of all mankind? Such was not the pattern provided by Jesus of Nazareth.” ~ Thomas S. Monson
  50. “Poetry is a fresh morning spider-web telling a story of moonlit hours of weaving and waiting during a night.” ~ Carl Sandburg

  51. “The office of President is a great one; to every true American it seems the greatest on earth. And to me, as I was engaged in weaving a background of music for the pageantry of it, there came a deeper realization of the effect of that office on the man.” ~ John Philip Sousa
  52. “Life is too precious to be spent in this weaving and unweaving of false impressions, and it is better to live quietly under some degree of misrepresentation than to attempt to remove it by the uncertain process of letter-writing.” ~ George Eliot
  53. “They crashed the front door and grabbed at a woman, though she was not running, she was not trying to escape. She was only standing, weaving from side to side, her eyes fixed upon a nothingness in the wall as if they had struck her a terrible blow upon the head. Her tongue was moving in her mouth, and her eyes seemed to be trying to remember something, and then they remembered and her tongue moved again: “Play the man, Master Ridley; we shall this day light such a candle, by God’s grace, in England, as I trust shall never be put out.” ~ Ray Bradbury
  54. “I have read so many books. And yet, like most Autodidacts, I am never quite sure of what I have gained from them. There are days when I feel I have been able to grasp all there is know in one single gaze, as if invisible branches suddenly spring out of no where, weaving together all the disparate strands of my reading. And then suddenly the meaning escapes, the essence evaporates and no matter how often I reread the same lines they seem to flee ever further with each subsequent reading and I see myself as some mad old fool who thinks her stomach is full because she’s been reading the menu.” ~ Muriel Barbery
  55. “Most talented with a God-given talent for weaving words of heartfelt wonder.” ~ Grange Lady Haig Rutan

  56. “Like how stars might sound. Or moons But not mountains. Too floaty for mountains. It’s a sound like one planet singing to another, high stretched and full of different voices starting at different notes and sloping down to other different notes but all weaving together in a rope of sound that’s sad but not sad and slow but not slow and all singing one word. One word.” ~ Patrick Ness
  57. “No culture on earth outside of mid-century suburban America has ever deployed one woman per child without simultaneously assigning her such major productive activities as weaving, farming, gathering, temple maintenance, and tent-building. The reason is that full-time, one-on-one child-raising is not good for women or children.” ~ Barbara Ehrenreich
  58. “As I went to college, I went into radio and television. Now I suppose most people think that’s one step ahead of basket weaving as a major in college, but it was part of the journalism department.” ~ Sam Donaldson
  59. “Thousands of years ago, weren’t we capable of building enormous structures like the pyramids? Weren’t we capable of worshiping gods, weaving, making fire, finding lovers and wives, sending written messages? Of course, we were. But although we’ve succeeded in replacing slaves with wage slaves, all the advances we’ve made have been in the field of science. Human beings are still asking the same questions as their ancestors. In short, they haven’t evolved at all.” ~ Paulo Coelho
  60. “In Silence there is eloquence. Stop weaving and see how the pattern improves.” ~ Rumi

  61. “I suppose that, for me at least, the biggest difference between the Gunslinger Born and the next two story arcs (The Long Road Home and Treachery), is that while Gunslinger Bornwas a translation of an existing novel, the next two arcs are really the stories that I’ve been weaving since I first started working with Steve King on the Dark Tower back in 2000/2001.” ~ Robin Furth
  62. “I think I’m much less self confident today. I actually went through a quite painful period because of that thinking that I was completely hopeless. But I think that’s something that we all go through at various times of our lives and it was quite a sustained thing with me.” ~ Hugo Weaving
  63. “The sigh of all the seas breaking in measure round the isles soothed them; the night wrapped them; nothing broke their sleep, until, the birds beginning and the dawn weaving their thin voices in to its whiteness” ~ Virginia Woolf

  64. “You & I, Love, together we ratify the silence,
    while the sea destroys its perpetual statues,
    collapses its towers of wild speed and whiteness:
    because in the weavings of those invisible fabrics,
    galloping water, incessant sand,
    we make the only permanent tenderness.” ~ Pablo Neruda
  65. “One of the days we unpack finding out how your kids are wired, what kind of intelligence has God given them, how do they give and receive love, what the passions of their life, how does their birth order and their gender affect them because all of those things are part of the tapestry that God is weaving together to use each of our children for His glory.” ~ Stephen Kendrick

Weaving the method in which these threads are inter-woven affects the characteristics of the cloth.

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