Micro loom - single thread weaving guide

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Micro loom - single thread weaving guide Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • No previous skills required

Pattern Description:

This tutorial is a basic introduction into weaving on a micro loom. The style is a single thread weave using the warp and weft method.
It shows how to set up your loom, weave your material then finish off and remove the piece.

The loom used in this tutorial is a 7.5cm which will produce a 6.5cm square. The principal of the loom can be applied to smaller or larger looms.

These small squares can be sewn together to make larger pieces of fabric such as bags and blankets, or if using larger version of this loom you can make items such as pot holders, place mats or coasters..... the possibilities are endless.

I have made this tutorial using embroidery silks to give a good clear contrast of colour and to make each step as clear as possible.

The tutorial consists of 28 pages covering 56 steps with 82 colour pictures.
It is suitable for beginners of any age......

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • This pattern on this size loom will produce a 6.5cm square patch
  • The technique can be applied to any sized loom of this style.


  • Warp thread for the first layer x 185cm - 73" Weft thread for the weaving x 185cm - 73"

You Will Also Need:

  • 7.5cm Micro loom Small weaving hook Scissors Micro loom needle

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About Designer

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My name is Paul and I live in Derbyshire in the UK.
I have always enjoyed woodwork since I was a child and in the last year have decided to try it full time! I enjoy making practical as well as decorative items, so I produce a variety a products from jewellery to weaving looms!
I have for years been a great believer in re cycling and have made this a big part of my work. I try to use as ...

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