It’s hard to imagine that there’s ever an end to what you can do with regular hexagons, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t more … please welcome our first elongated hexagon pin loom Elongon™ 2″. Continue reading Elongon™ 2″ – Introducing Elongated Hexagon Weaving
Oh, this was so much fun, and a big THANK YOU! for all the kind, humbling, and funny comments here on the blog and on our Facebook page. Continue reading 1st Anniversary Giveaway Winners
Some tell us “Yep, you’re here to stay!” and others warn us “It’s just beginning!” and we feel humble and grateful for our first year of TURTLE hexagon pin looms. Thank you to all who have made this possible and have been with us on this amazing journey. Continue reading 1st Anniversary Giveaway … and a Mystery Announcement
This week is our first anniversary, please celebrate with us! Continue reading Celebrate!
It’s really “First Lessons in Lace Weaving”, but the “Pantone Color of the Year” receives an honorable mention for providing the perfect backdrop for this hexagon pin loom lace project. Continue reading Pantone and Lace
Easter and Bunny Gnome were so early, and May is still ways to go, so we decided to add another gnome in between. Continue reading Graduate Gnome
I like to say that I am “borne a knitter, weaver by choice”, and those two very often go together. Continue reading A Felted Léttlopi Bag
I’ve been thinking of using the title “Introduction to Yarn Bombing” for this blog entry, but then the promise of spring giddiness prevailed. Continue reading Hello, Spring!
The holidays are so close together that the next two Gnomes of the Month will debut together. No March without St. Patrick’s Day, so here’s a “little green Irishman”, as our customer Kim B. puts it very fittingly. And “no fooling” that Easter is early this year and causes Bunny Gnome a lot of stress to get all eggs colored in time! Continue reading Gnome Friends
We decided to dedicate this month’s gnome to the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games. Continue reading Olympic Gnome