Make sure to step with the right foot into 2019! If you need a reminder, put an ankle moebius on your right foot.
Make the cowl on the original TURTLE Loom™️ with about 42 yards of worsted weight yarn; we used hand-dyed yarn from The Sheepwalk™️ in “Retro” colors.
Instructions are on Ravelry, and if you have any 7 hexagons floating around, it’s a true last minute project before the party begins.
To an amazing 2019!
May it be filled with peace, health, happiness, prosperity, and friends.
If you are thinking of gifting a hexagon pin loom this season, or asking for one for yourself, we would like to tell you about a few special items. Continue reading Gift Shopping Guide
Have you seen our “Cat Scarf” advertisement in the Holiday Gift Guide of “Handwoven Nov/Dec 2018” ? Continue reading Cat Scarf
No more rumors, it’s here! The new TURTLE Loom™ “fine sett” expands the list of yarns that you can use to weave hexagons. Grab your sock yarn! Continue reading Introducing TURTLE Loom™ “fine sett”
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
Meet TURTLEsaurus Rex who is getting ready to meet her cousin Yarnivorus Rex at the Yarnivore this Saturday. Continue reading Come and See – (4) Dino Gnome
When I asked Caryn at the Yarnivore about worsted weight gradient or long-run-colored yarns I received a list of the most scrumptious options like Cascade 220 Wave, Melilla, Tangier, Pinwheel, Encore Colorspun, and several indie dyed like Mountain Colors Twizzle … oh choices! Continue reading Come and See – (3) Leafy Scarf
I love yarns that are put-up in “cakes”. The colors are guaranteed to work together, it’s fun to weave instantly off that “one big thing”, it’s exciting to work towards the next color to come, it’s a mystery to the end to know how many hexagons you actually will get in each color. Continue reading Come and See – (2) Car Seat Baby Blanket