Loom Flowers

Today’s mini craft is a blast from every primary school in Australia… well I assume so… we did it in my primary school anyway haha!


This Knitlon stuff was like a staple of market stalls in the 90’s, usually as crochet coat hangers._1260186 _1260591

But you know, it’s actually occasionally useful for other things 😀_1260592 _1260593 _1260594 _1260596 _1260597 _1260601

Easy hair flower in 5 minutes!


Fun With Weaving

I went through a pretty serious weaving obsession for a little while last year. I set up myself a makeshift loom using an old frame from a cheap canvas and wrapped the yarn around it.


James made me a rigid heddle using coffee stirrers and chopsticks and then I bought a shuttle from the Melbourne Spinners and Weaver’s guild.

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It really looks super dodgey but it’s super functional.


These scarves were gifts for my parents. The frame was just long enough to make a decent size scarf._1310891

And it was easy to figure out how to do basic colour work by alternating colour strands!


What I would love to do next (though I say this knowing full well that I haven’t looked at the loom since I did all of these scarves…) is made a massive blanket sized shawl/scarf. Like double the size of the loom, it would be so warm and awesome!_1310902 _1310908 _1310909

These scarves were awesome as stash busters too, all of that super soft acrylic that I just didn’t know what to do with ended up as big cushy scarves 😀
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