I am always intrigued by figuring out ways of maximizing the potential of small looms.
Just because a loom is square, why should it be limited to weaving just squares?
Rectangles are important in the design process, too!
And, so, I figured it out… and here’s a new video tutorial showing how to weave a rectangle on the Zoom Loom.
There are times when you need to have rectangles and narrow strips to finish a design, and now, you can weave them on your Zoom loom.
This makes the loom even more versatile :o)
3 responses to “How to weave a rectangle on the Zoom Loom”
I am a very new weaver. I want to tell you how much I enjoy your tutorials.
I have purchased three of the Dewberry looms and I have a Zoom loom and a Harrisville potholder loom as well. (I have the heart and the the lil weavers in the Dewberry looms.) I look forward to making the purses in your book and your large woven heart. You are truly a MOST talented woman and I appreciate you sharing your talent with all of us. I eagerly await each new posting. Thank you so very much.
Thank you so much, Joanna!!!!! You just made my day!!!!! 😀
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