Share? Beware!

A few days ago, customer Susan posted on Facebook “Isn’t it great when your granddaughter asks what you’re doing and then takes over your loom and says it’s fun!”

A little while later Susan told me “One problem…she wants to take my loom home with her. Lol!”

And then there is customer Grace, who sent us the following message after placing her order: “Hi! I am so excited to order these looms. Willie just taught me how to use them and I can’t wait to have my own.” Grace is now working on a runner for her coffee table, “But I have a ton of ideas and patterns I already am planning to attempt next.”

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Photo courtesy of Susan

A lot of people know how “addictive” pin loom weaving is, but in addition to that, it’s also contagious. Unlike the flu, though, it is joyous and full of gratitude if you share. But beware, so that you don’t end up being without your loom, like Susan!

Susan’s and Grace’s stories emphasize the beauty of sharing and teaching. I’m sure many of you remember when you learned a certain craft, and from whom. Susan and her granddaughter most likely will remember that weekend for the rest of their lives, and Grace and Willie crafted bonding memories when they spent time weaving together.

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We would like to encourage more people to share and teach crafts like hexagon pin loom weaving. If you have been thinking of doing just that, please accept our 10% discount on the original TURTLE Loom™ kit until the end of this month.

 

How it works: Buy one or more original TURTLE Loom™ kits and enter the code SHARE10 during check out to receive a 10% discount on that item. The coupon is valid until January 31st, 2018. While supplies last. No substitutes, no rain checks, cannot be applied to previous sales. International customers welcome.

Don’t have a person to teach you? Get together for a fun filled FRIENDS-NIGHT-OUT, watch the instructional videos on our YouTube channel, and WEAVE ALONG!

 

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