A friend of mine has fallen in love with peg loom weaving and has woven her first mask on the peg loom.
This reminded me that I haven’t posted pics of a mask that I wove in December of 2013, after having a dream about a room full of woven masks— (oh my! I really should get back to weaving that dream into the waking world!)
So, here, belatedly, are a couple of pics of the first of the masks that I wove after that wonderful dream.
I wove this mask on my Dewberry Ridge peg loom, which is a joy to weave on. LINK to their site.
You can see more of this mask in the video tutorial that I made about how to weave circles on the peg loom:
I need more hours in the day…. 🙂
Weaving a circle can be a tricky thing on most looms.
But, thanks to short row techniques, weaving a circle on a peg loom is really quite simple.
I’ve been weaving a lot of them lately, as they are a motif that I love to work with.
I’ve made a video tutorial showing how to weave small circles on my Dewberry Ridge peg loom- and at the end of the video, I show a few examples of what I have been using those circles for…..
My newest video tutorial is all about how to weave geometric motifs on the peg or stick weaving loom.
I use the gorgeous new Peg Loom from Dewberry Ridge looms.
I asked Gary and Donna McFarland if they could build peg looms with some of my specifications in mind, they said yes.
Gary outdid himself- the looms are incredibly beautiful.
And wonderful to weave on.
Here’s the link to purchase their peg looms: LINK
In the tutorial, I cover how to weave the following on the peg loom:
-Wide and narrow horizontal lines and stripes
And, here’s the video: