Yes, the title reads like an introduction to a fairy tail, and here is how it began … Continue reading Kathryn’s Shawl and the Story of the Half Hexagon
People had asked for photos of our first trunk show, and while I didn’t have much time to take pictures, here are a few impressions. Continue reading Trunk Show Thank You
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!” Continue reading Share? Beware!
While the first holiday advertisements are popping up, Carolien is already crafting at full capacity. Carolien was our first international customer when we launched, and now she gave us permission to talk about her Christmas weaving project. Continue reading Ready-Set-Go! Christmas Crafting with Carolien
A few months ago we worked with Dyan from Indonesia, on getting TURTLE Loom™ kits ready for the seminary where and her husband Tim serve. Dyan wants to teach teenage students how to weave hexagons, so that they can create items for their own daily needs as well as items to sell. Continue reading “I will teach loom today”
Our customer Marian Parkes recently posted a project on the Pin Loom Weaving Support Facebook group that made many chuckle. Marian had turned a woven hexagon into a beautiful little chicken and named it Lucy, after Lucille Ball. Continue reading “Made a chicken tonight! What fun …”
Spinning has a home in my heart, even though I don’t have the time to spin myself. And I think weaving hexagons from your own hand spun yarn simply tops it all. Continue reading Beautiful Hand Spun Yarn!