In my previous post, I showed how to weave 2 Step Fine Sett Weaving on the potholder loom working plain weave.
This video shows how to weave Twills on the Potholder Loom, using the 2 Step Fine Sett Technique for Twills.
So many possibilities!!! Woohoo!
I love to expand the creative possibilities of small loom weaving, and so one way that I have done that is to develop a technique that I call the ‘2 Step Fine Sett Weaving Technique’.
Here’s a video on how to do plain weave (aka ‘Tabby” weave) on the potholder loom:
This technique is just sooooooooooo good….
I have been enjoying weaving kitchen cloths on the Pro Size and Mighty Big Mamma potholder looms with old crochet cotton odds and ends that I have bought at Thrift Shops over the years.
The fabric that weaves up from the upcycled crochet cotton is lovely.
I decided to experiment with bias weave for the kitchen cloths (save those precious trees and use cloths instead of paper towels- yay!) and I love how it has turned out.
Here’s a link to the video showing how to weave bias on the Pro size and Mighty Big Mamma potholder looms- it’s really fun to weave, and the cloths are great.
If you’d like me to make a pattern for the woven Albert Einstein please let me know 🙂
Be safe and stay well!
LINKS: Potholder looms from Dewberry Ridge Looms
How to carve a weaving hook from a chopstick
Yesterday, I was so touched to receive a lovely package in the mail.
In the package, there were 2 vintage/antique Teneriffe Lace looms (Polka looms) and books and several other treasures.
It’s a lovely gift! Thank you so much Camilla!
In the package there was also a lovely letter thanking me for all my hard work.
Also, there was a question about the lower left hand corner of the weaving on the Potholder Loom. I think that this corner of the weaving may be problematic for people, so I am glad that she asked about it.
So, here’s the video explaining the long loop, and at the end of the video, there is a small glimpse at all the treasures in the package. I am so grateful for this unexpected act of kindness. Wow….
PS: There are also a few of the wooden dolls that I love to carve. I couldn’t resist including them in the video 😀
For many years, I have adopted all the stray balls of crochet cotton that I have found at the thrift shop.
I have happily been using them in many different ways, but now they are coming together to be upcycled into lovely kitchen cloths to use instead of paper towels.
They are a pleasure to weave on potholder looms and are lovely and soft.
While we are all holding the fort at home, let’s create some beauty, and enjoy the sweet pleasure of weaving on simple looms!
Here’s the video I made about this very satisfying form of upcycling.
Here’s another installment in my series of video tutorials on weaving with yarn on the potholder loom, using colorwork techniques. I hope that these videos will bring you some respite from the challenges of the pandemic!
The Houndstooth Check is a timeless classic pattern that can be woven on any size potholder loom.
I’ve figured out a way of warping the potholder loom that makes colorwork with yarn much easier- there are some tricks to it. This video reveals them all 🙂
Houndstooth Check is woven slightly differently on the 18 and 36 peg potholder loom than on the 9 and 27 peg potholder looms.
Here’s the video tutorial:
Happy Weaving- stay well!
Weaving simple stripes on the potholder loom isn’t quite as simple as it seems….
There’s a trick to it, and I have made a video showing how to do it.
This technique will make other color work easier to weave, too…. (more videos to follow…..)
Here’s the ‘how to’ video for simple stripes- Happy Weaving!
Oh dear! 3 more errors in the Potholder Loom Weaving book have surfaced:
Page 51, lines 1 and 2 have typos.
Here’s the correction:
Page 59, in the Diamond Twill pattern for the 18 peg potholder loom:
And: The Dancing Lady chart for the 18 peg loom on page 53 has a typo:
I apologize for these typos. 😦
But, Happy Weaving, errors and all….
If your weaving hook is too short to reach across your potholder loom, using a shed stick will solve that problem.
Also, you can use a shed stick when you are weaving twills, too.
Here’s the video:
The Potholder Loom Weaving book is available at all online book vendors and you can also order it from your local bookstore.
Wheee… it was so exciting to hold the book in my hands!
The Potholder Loom Weaving Book can be ordered worldwide on internet book seller sites as well as from your favorite local bookshop. Happy Weaving!