Projects in Peg Looms and Weaving Sticks book- Part 1

I’ve just made a video that shows some of the projects in my book, Peg Looms & Weaving Sticks

(release date: Sept. 1, 2017).

I’ll be making more videos, showing more of the projects in the book.

The book is available online from the National Book Depository: LINK and from local bookstores.

Happy Weaving!

(I am seriously Happy, happy dancing!)

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8 responses to “Projects in Peg Looms and Weaving Sticks book- Part 1

  1. this looks so incredibly comforting somehow…

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  2. Karen Cooper

    The video is what sold me on the book. I especially love the bench seat covers. What a great idea!

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  3. endrickwater

    I’m looking forward to receiving my copy, on back order with the Book Depository since October 2016!! Having spent time last week weaving a snake for a great-nephew, and raiding the button box for eyes, a crown and a heart (who knew?), I’m looking forward to upping my game. 😉

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    • It has been a long haul, as the original publisher was purchased by Rowman, so things went into limbo for a long time! BUT, it’s a real joy that the book is ALMOST about to be released…. just a few more days! Wheee! Happy Weaving. Hope you found the perfect buttons 🙂

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      • endrickwater

        Your lovely book has arrived, and I can see why you are so pleased with it. Me, too! It’s well laid out and the illustrations are clear and easy to follow, and the resources page is useful, too. Particularly helpful is all the information on warp threads and especially the brief discussion about yarn weight and peg diameter. The projects all look interesting — and do-able — though I have promised myself I won’t rush to the end to attempt the screens before I actually have a better idea what I’m doing. (Maybe.) 5*, I think.

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  4. Oh my word! That’s exciting! LOL- you are seeing and holding the book in your hands before I have! I appreciate your kind response! My editor asked me to ask people to leave positive comments on the page at Amazon if they are happy with it, so if you could do that, I would be thrilled! Thank you again for your kind note! Happy Weaving!

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