Tips for embroidering on woven Zoom Loom or pin style looms

In my previous post, I showed how to weave a tiny square on the Zoom Loom.

That’s because there’s  a fun ‘Weave along’ on the Zoom loom group on Ravelry- all about weaving dolls on the Zoom loom.

I’ve just embroidered the face for my ‘Winter’ doll

copyright Noreen Crone-Findlay

I thought that I would make a little video, offering a few tips about embroidering on the squares that you weave on the Zoom Loom.

These tips also work on any other pin style loom or potholder loom, or many of the small looms that are available nowadays.

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5 responses to “Tips for embroidering on woven Zoom Loom or pin style looms

  1. Pingback: How to weave a triangle on the Zoom Loom | Tottie Talks Crafts Blog

  2. Caroline

    Hi Noreen, I keep meaning to ask how you made the Lady on your profile…she is so pretty? Have I missed a post somewhere?
    Love Caro x

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    • Hallo Caroline🙂
      I sculpted the face several years ago, and made the halo for her to shape a new avatar. I drew out a Flower of Life, based on Sacred Geometry, and used that for the pattern for the halo. For the longest time, I couldn’t bear to change my avatar, because it seemed so permanent- the dear kitty on my shoulder has crossed the rainbow bridge…. but with a new year, I decided it was time to finally change avatars, and so I uploaded this new one that has been waiting for me to do so for quite awhile. I didn’t think to make a blog post about it, but I suppose that would make sense, wouldn’t it?🙂

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