Some people asked for an overview of all the projects from last year’s Advent Weave Along, so here it is. You’ll see all the projects as they were suggested, and you can click on the links next to the photos to see the project instructions.
If you prefer to download this project list as a document click HERE.
There’s more! Several participants added their own twist on the given themes, and you can find those on the “Pin Loom Weaving Support Group” Photo Album for this Weave ALong (you have to be a group member and be logged in to see the album) and the Ravelry discussion board for this Weave Along.
You can find the original information for this WAL HERE.
|Day||Project||Link to Instructions|
Leise Rieselt der Schnee
Carol of the Bells
|Weave two hearts, for example on the small Hazel Rose Sweetheart loom, then sew around the edges, stuff slightly before closing. Use starting/ending thread as hangers.|
Angel with Lights
Baby Bear’s First Christmas
Fireplace Wall Hanging
|“Fireplace behind the tree” wall hanging. Use any yarn (I used 1 cake of Herrschner’s “Holiday Cakes”) and the Original TURTLE Loom™. Use the photo to guide you in laying out the hexagons in the given colors.|
|Weave one green hexagon on the Original TURTLE Loom™, fold in half, starting tail matching opposite tip. Pull in the top/bottom sides to form tippy ends. Sew along the other sides and stuff. Sew on a few green sequins.|
|Weave an original TURTLE Loom™ hexagon using a 6.5 ft rice light chain.|
|Candle cozies: Weave one original TURTLE Loom™ hexagon. Sew a waste thread along the perimeter of the hexagon. Push “flame” of a LED tea light trough the center of the fabric. Pull the waste thread to close at the bottom, leaving enough of an opening so that you can easily access the on/off switch of the candle.|
|Weave two hexagons on the TinyTURTLE™ loom. Use the photo to guide you for the assembly: Fold hexagons in half, along the line of the starting thread. Sew along the sides, keeping one end open for the stocking top, pulling in the other end in slightly to form the toe tip. Finish the top with one row of single crochet, using the ends to form the hanger.|
|This icicle was woven on a 3.5” Hazel Rose diamond pin loom, using “Jelly Yarn” by YummyYarns. Just weave the motif, it will twist all by itself.|
Story Telling “The First Snow”
There were also a few extra projects …
|Project||Link to Instructions|
Advent Calendar Tree
Advent Calendar Ornaments
Beaded Hearts (paid pattern)
We wish you a joyous and peaceful holiday season
with lots of time for crafting,
laughter, good company,
happiness, and health.