Peg Loom Weaving Techniques-How to work from a graph and make color joins

There are many ways of working with color on the peg loom.

One is to work intuitively, adding and changing colors whenever, wherever you want to.

Another, is to use a cartoon or template- a technique that I cover in my book: Peg Looms & Weaving Sticks 

If you would like to chart out designs and work from them, I have made a video showing how I worked from this chart:

In the video, I show how to work a locked join when changing colors, as well as simply stacking colors when working the diagonal lines.

Even though  the techniques are shown on a peg loom, they work just the same on weaving sticks.

 

The loom in the video is from Dewberry Ridge Looms.  The yarn is from Harrisville yarns.

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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

2 responses to “Peg Loom Weaving Techniques-How to work from a graph and make color joins

  1. You are SUCH a fine teacher. Everything you illustrate is so clear. Thank you!

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