Peg Loom Weaving Techniques- Advancing the warp

People keep asking me for help with advancing the warp on long peg loom weavings.


So I have made a video showing the stages of how to move the weaving down the warp strands- on long, wide warps, it takes a lot of effort!

I wove my husband a mat for his morning pilates and he loves it.


So do the dogs, so the mat does NOT live on the floor!

It’s 2 feet wide by 6 feet long.

The loom is from Dewberry Ridge Looms and the yarn is from Briggs and Little.

It’s 100% wool and makes a scrumptiously  cushioned rug.

Here’s the video that explains the process of advancing the weaving:





Filed under Dewberry Ridge looms, Loom & looms & small loom weaving, Peg and Stick Loom weaving, peg looms and weaving sticks, tutorial & how to, video tutorial, weaving & handwoven

9 responses to “Peg Loom Weaving Techniques- Advancing the warp

  1. I am amazed at the intricacies of the designs you create! Such beauty.

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  2. Laura-Lynn

    Wow…simply gorgeous! You are always so inspiring Mrs. C-Findlay!

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  3. Sue Attwood

    Dear Noreen, I am so happy that I discovered your blog and video tutorials. I am learning so much and am loving the process. Normally I crochet but have real love of yarn and colour. Thank you, thank you, thank you. You’re a real inspiration. I have purchased the peg loom book and one of your pdf patterns on Etsy. Keep on creating and inspiring please.

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  4. shellymuncygmailcom

    I would like to know more about creating patterns I have this loom and still learning.


  5. Pingback: Peg Loom Weaving Techniques- Advancing the warp – Herzlich willkommen

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