The Bucilla Round Weaving Loom allows you to make fun little round woven creations. It includes all the tools you will need and a booklet that teaches you how to use it and several different weaving techniques.
The product reviewed in this post was provided by Plaid. All opinions are my own.
There are so many uses for your finished circles. They can be used as appliques on pillows or the back of a jacket, or many other places, you can crochet around them and turn them into something bigger (I think it would be fun to crochet them into squares and make a blanket!), they can be sewn together to make a little bag, they can be used as is as decor. Just use your imagination!
When you buy the loom – find it on Amazon HERE – you get all the tools you need, just add yarn. The booklet included teaches you how to get started, and then teaches you several different weaving stitches. I found it all very easy to follow along and it had plenty of photos to help.
I gave each stitch in the booklet a go. It created a fun little sampler piece. I used a very thick yarn, Red Heart Collage, so it went pretty fast. I do think I want to try again with a thinner yarn and maybe different colors for each stitch. I think that would be really cool!
Once I finished my piece I hot glued some felt to the back of it to help it keep its shape, and then tied on some fringe. I really like my wall hanging! Now I have tons of ideas to create.
I found the loom easy and fun to use. I loved the variety of stitches taught in the booklet. The loom and the tools that go with it (the needle and comb) are all well made and sturdy, I didn’t feel like I was going to bend, break, or damage any of them as I used them. It is priced very reasonably and would make a lovely gift for yourself or another crafter in your life!
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