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Potholder Loom Book- Scarves Shawls Stoles

Here’s another sneak peek into my new Potholder loom book:

Scarves, stoles, shawls…. all to weave on  potholder looms!

For now, the book can be pre-ordered online  and then in January 2020, it will be in bookstores worldwide.

Here’s a little video that shows scarves, stoles and shawls from the book:

Happy Weaving!




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How to weave a rectangular scarf on a triangle loom

I have been weaving a lot of scarves, so I am in ‘scarf mind’ mode 🙂

The other day, I was looking at my triangle loom, and thought…. I think that I could weave a rectangular scarf on that!

So, I warped up, and sure enough, I figured out a ticketyboo way of weaving a rectangle on the triangle – YAY!

Here’s the finished scarf, wrapped around one of the ‘scarf heads’ that I built for my maker’s faire booth:

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And, here’s the scarf laid out folded so I could get it all into the pic:

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And, here’s the video showing how I did it… and sorry for the total drop out of my voice when I turn my back to the camera.  Yep, I need a microphone. 

Here’s the link for Dewberry Ridge looms: LINK  Yup… I love their looms 🙂

Happy weaving! 🙂




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A gift of love-A heart and hands scarf

I wanted to wrap my daughter with love, so I decided to weave her a stole or scarf that has the hand prints of our near and dear.

And in the hand prints, are little hearts that I wove on my heart loom. LINK for how to weave them.

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I wove the triangles on the 14 inch triangle loom from Dewberry Ridge looms LINK

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And showed how to do the chain stitch drawings: LINK

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And, how to weave the flower from hearts: LINK

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Because the scarf/stole/shawl will be seen from both sides, I stitched a heart to each side of the stole :o)

I plan on crocheting an edge around it eventually, but am holding off on that until we are sure that we don’t want more triangles added to it.

I love being able to pour my love into a special gift- with love in every stitch! 😀

In every stitch is a wish for happiness!


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Nifty ‘V’ and ‘U’ shape scarves to weave on the potholder loom

For this last year and a half, I have been designing up a storm, but not getting the designs out into the world.

I made a promise to myself that I am going to get as many of the new designs up and released as possible before this year ends.

On that note, I am happy to announce that I have finished another pattern- Whee, whew and yay!!!!

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The Viva ‘V’ and “U’ shaped scarves are so comfortable to wear!

The clever shaping means that the scarf stays in place without a lot of extra yardage.

It can be made in several different ways. It can be a ‘V’ shaped scarf or cowl, or a ‘U’ shaped scarf or cowl.

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It’s a wonderful way to showcase art yarn, and other special hand spun yarns.

Instructions are given for how to weave all the different shapes using regular weaving with yarn techniques on the potholder loom,

AS WELL AS: How to weave with bulky yarns on the potholder loom.

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Instructions are also given for how to make big arty buttons from dead branches.

The lightweight version works well as a ‘keyhole’ scarf – one end pulls through an opening in the other end of the scarf.

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Adding a spool knitted edging is optional.

There are soooooooooooo many ways to express your creativity with this nifty scarf!

The best part is that it is so quick and easy to make, and a real delight to wear!

The pattern can be ordered from: http://www.crone-findlay.com/Crone-FindlayCreationsPotholderLoomWeaving.html

Happy Weaving! 😀


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