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Learn to Make Woven Wall Hangings – this is so fun!

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Woven wall hangings always feel comfy and homey to me. Now you can learn to make them yourself with the help of this comprehensive book. Learn terms, weaving stitches, techniques and more, then get weaving. Follow the patterns in this book, or create your own using the skills you will learn.

The book reviewed in this post was provided by Leisure Arts.

Learn to make Woven Wall Hangings - review by Jessie At Home - Contents

First, Amella McDonell-Parry writes about both necessary and useful supplies. This way you can start with just the necessities, and once you decide you are in love with this art, you can get all the fun extras!

Learn to make Woven Wall Hangings - review by Jessie At Home - Supplies

Various techniques such as making shapes and textures are explained. All with clearly written instructions and plenty of photos. Several patterns are also included so you can try out these skills. I chose a shaggy triangle design that looked like fun to try.

Learn to make Woven Wall Hangings - review by Jessie At Home - Weaving

I think it was a combination of a small amount of experience I’ve had over the years, and the awesome instructions in Learn to Make Woven Wall Hangings that guided me to finally getting my weaving tension correct. Look at that photo above, the tension is so pretty!

Learn to make Woven Wall Hangings - review by Jessie At Home - Fun and Done

I enjoyed creating this little fuzzy piece with Red Heart Hygge yarn. It turns out an antique knitting needle makes a great hanger for woven wall hangings. I learned some nifty new skills making this. Plus it only took a couple hours! It’s so fun and fast that I may have to make a few for gifts.

Learn to make Woven Wall Hangings - review by Jessie At Home - Naturals

If you want to learn to make woven wall hangings, this is the book for you. I love the idea of creating touchable, textured art that coordinates with the rest of your room.

You can order your own copy of Learn to Make Woven Wall Hangings from Amazon HERE, and you can also enter the giveaway below.

Learn to make Woven Wall Hangings - review by Jessie At Home - Sunset and Mountain

Happy crafting my friends!

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3 thoughts on “Learn to Make Woven Wall Hangings – this is so fun!”

  1. These look great, but I’m afraid my knitting needles will get upset. You see, they think the yarn is theirs, not mine. And they can raise some pretty sharp points to support their position.

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