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The Next Step in Pin Loom Weaving – Making Stuff


Price includes 6 hours of class.

With Linda Pietz

 Nov 7, 2:00-4:00pm CST,
Nov 13, 2:00-4:00pm CST,
Nov 14, 2:00-4:00pm CST

It’s time to take your pin-loom weaving to the next level. Take your weavies and make items that are both decorative and practical.

Class sessions will be recorded and remain accessible online to registered students of the class for 14 days following the event.

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You’ve had fun weaving squares on your pin looms; now let’s make things you can use! Among the items we will be creating is a cozy hat — just in time to keep your noggin warm. How about a purse or small project bag? Of course, you might want to make your own roll-up, pin-weaving tool kit to use for future projects. Finally, where would we be without the wonderful wool from sheep? In honor of this humble animal, we will fashion a snuggly sheep.

These projects could definitely help fill your holiday or year-round gift-giving list. You may even know another pin-loom weaver who would just love that roll-up!

Special skills or knowledge needed to take this workshop:
Students need to know how to warp and weave on a pin loom. Mattress stitch and single crochet will be reviewed in class.

Supply List
• 13 completed 4X4″ squares for your hat AND perhaps a start on the 17 squares needed for the purse. If you are weaving the squares “to order”, leave tails long enough for the mattress stitch (approximately 8″).
• 2X2″ and 4X4″ square Pin Looms. Optional: 1X6″ and 4X6″ rectangle looms (available from Wunderwag Industries at [email protected])
• DK or worsted for the hat and worsted weight for the other projects (each 4″ square requires about 8 yards)
• Four decorative buttons for the hat
• #18 tapestry needle
•Stuffing for sheep
• Optional: Crochet hooks of various sizes
• Sewing Basics: Needles, Thread, Sharp scissors, Notebook, Pen or pencil with eraser, Tape measure, Seam ripper, Pins

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Diane L.
Pin weaving

Class well organized. With all of the homework completed prior to classes, everything was able to be assembled during the class time!