Garden Shawl woven on Triangle loom

For a couple of months now, I have been working on a large project…

Garden Shawl  1 A(c)

I wove a shawl on my 7 foot Triangle loom from Dewberry Ridge looms:

Triangle loom notched neckline shawl (c)

And have been designing and weaving all manner of motifs on the Thumbelina, heart, dragonfly and 2 inch Wiz looms, to stitch to it:

Garden Shawl  1 (c)

I really don’t like gardening anymore, and would much rather be weaving…

Garden Shawl  1 B(c)

So, I have created a garden on a shawl…

Garden Shawl  1 C(c)

To wrap myself in Garden pleasures all year round.

Garden Shawl  1 D (c)

That’s a dragonfly shawl pin that I made.

All the links to the videos to weave all the motifs are here on my blog and on my youtube channel,

so if you would like to weave yourself a fantasy garden, too, you can!

Just click on the Thumbelina category and follow those, or simply click on the back arrow, and you can scroll backwards to find all the tutorials.

Here’s a video slide show of the shawl:

The looms are all built by Dewberry Ridge Looms LINK


I am now moving deeply into a commissioned tapestry, so I won’t be here quite as often as I have been in the last few weeks, but I will be back!

Blessings until then!

Happy Weaving!



Filed under Dewberry Ridge looms, Heart Loom, Loom & looms & small loom weaving, Thumbelina Loom, Triangle loom weaving, tutorial & how to, video tutorial, weaving & handwoven

14 responses to “Garden Shawl woven on Triangle loom

  1. How totally and wonderfully stupendous! It has been nice to see the pieces as they were made, and now on the entire shawl!

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  2. That’s beautiful, a real masterpiece! 😊

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  3. I may be prejudiced, but this is absolutely beautiful. Now I see where you were going with all the Thumbelina designs!! Just a wonderful piece of work. Can’t wait to show everyone at Convergence next week. So creative–thank you so much for sharing

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  4. This is just so lovely! Thank you for sharing you designs!!

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  5. Poor Clare Colettines TMD

    Darling download the pictures of this wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

    See she has put all her little motifs on a shawl, so clever but from my experience hand woven shawls tend to be too stiff, but the effect is lovely xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    She is really so clever


    • The drape on the shawl is glorious…. not in the least bit stiff. I’ve never had a hand woven shawl be stiff. The correct combination of yarn, loom and weaving technique always ends up in a deliciously drapey comfortable shawl. πŸ™‚


  6. wowie zowie! This shawl looks like one of the days of Creation. What an amazing project you have taken on, and what a dazzling success it is. wowie zowie again!

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