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Eight (8) page instruction booklet on How to Weave on a Peg Loom.
Each page is a full A4 page (8 x 11.5 inches) and is in PDF format.
These are basic instructions that can be adapted to any Peg Loom project.
This PDF booklet will be delivered to you via Craftsy's instant download system.
The instructions also include a list of websites, blogs, and forums for more resources, ideas, and inspiration.
ABOUT PEG LOOM WEAVING
Peg Looms (also called Stick Looms) are so simple to use that anyone can create beautiful and useful woven items. You can achieve amazing results using familiar and unusual materials: yarns, unspun fleece, new and recycled fabrics...even plastic bags and old hosiery.
With a Peg Loom, you can create afghans & blankets, rugs & doormats, wall hangings, scarves, handbags & tote-bags, belts, cushion covers, chair pads, baskets, and more.
Peg looms are used with great success by people of all ages. Those coping with learning difficulties also can benefit considerably. Kids really love weaving with Peg Looms.
Peg loom weaving is great for recycling. Use oddments of wool, leftover fabric scraps, strips cut from unwanted clothing, unspun fleece, plastic bags - almost anything. Only the bounds of your imagination can limit you!
THESE INSTRUCTIONS WILL TEACH YOU THE BASIC TECHNIQUE OF WEAVING ON A PEG LOOM. THE PHOTO IS PROVIDED FOR ILLUSTRATION AND INSPIRATION ONLY. THE WEAVING IN THE PHOTO WAS PRODUCED WITH A COMBINATION OF SARI YARNS, RIBBONS, AND NORMAL KNITTING YARNS.
No specific project patterns are included with these instructions. However, links are provided to websites, blogs, and forums full of ideas that you can use.
IF YOU NEED A PEG LOOM, WE ALSO SELL A PEG LOOM KIT IN OUR ETSY SHOP: http://www.etsy.com/shop/WeavingMeHome
THE KIT COMES WITH THIS SAME INSTRUCTION BOOKLET, A THREADER TOOL, SOME WARP CORD, SOME SILK WEFT YARN, PLUS A FREE HAND-MADE POLYMER CLAY BEAD.
Instruction booklets for weaving with Peg Looms & Weaving Sticks and Bead-weaving Patterns