Recently, several people have asked if they can make “hexipuff” projects with woven hexagons, and the answer is: Absolutely YES! Continue reading Grape Pillow … and a Giveaway
Have you ever considered to embroider on your pin loom motifs? Or maybe you have done it already?
This summer, you can join us so that we can do it together! Continue reading Announcing “Weave & Stitch Along”
Interweave returned the projects from the new “Easy Weaving with little looms 2018” magazine to their homes, and since our Grape Table Topper came home, I am taking that opportunity to celebrate with some weaving time on our shady porch. Continue reading Homecoming
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!
Have you seen our advertisement in Interweave’s PieceWork March/April 2018 issue? Let us know what you think! Continue reading Piece Work … PieceWork
When I was a child, Onkel Otto, a great-uncle, was known as the inventor in the family. I don’t recall that he ever invented anything, but the secrecy that he maintained around his hobby fed many conversations during family gatherings.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all TURTLE Loomers! We’re gearing up and looking forward to an exciting 2018, hope you’ll join us.
There ain’t no white stuff on the grounds in Central Texas, but them green is good lookin, too!
More information about this adorable gnome, using Berroco Ultra Wool and Berroco Plush, can be found on Ravelry: