Easy to learn, portable, and lots of fun that s weaving on peg looms and weaving sticks This book introduces you to the craft and answers all of your questions.20 projects, including dolls and toys, flowers and brooches, cowls, baskets and bowlsGallery of woven pieces will inspire your own weaving creativityIncludes finishing techniques for these handheld weaving tools...
|Title||:||Peg Looms and Weaving Sticks: Complete How-to Guide and 30+ Projects|
|Number of Pages||:||505 Pages|
|File Size||:||697 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Peg Looms and Weaving Sticks: Complete How-to Guide and 30+ Projects Reviews
This was a book I had highly anticipated a year and a half ago and then the release date was changed. I can say it was well worth the wait. The projects are absolutely beautiful. If I never attempted any of the projects, I would never regret the purchase as the book is so enjoyable to page through while leisurely enjoying a cup of tea. Noreen Crone-Findlay is a true artist and the love of her craft is evident. I never thought much of the craft of peg loom weaving. Wall hangings are the main things I've seen others make and none have really appealed to me. This book is bursting at the seams with delightful projects such as whimsical chair coverings, pieces that can be used as bench seat covers or as table runners, rugs, dolls, scarves, headbands, see for yourself, you will be amazed. I only regret that I waited as long as I did to purchase a copy.
This is a very comprehensive book on an exciting method of weaving. The devil is in the details and this has plenty of detailed instructions. But the book and enjoy! The projects are beyond a scarf and mug rugs. They are creative and well thought out. I purchased the Kindle edition for myself and the paper edition for a young granddaughter.
The things you can do here are fascinating. Who knew you could actually make amigurumis from peg looms! If you want an alternative to knit and Crochet crafts the things you can make from peg looms and weaving sticks are a great alternative.
It was easy to follow this book's projects, and it opened up a wide range of project ideas.
The author does a thorough job of instructions, and has very creative projects.
Love the book lots of photos
A very good book. It starts with a general description of a peg loom and with the basic techniques of weaving on it. Lots of photos are of good help. Then special techniques are shown: how to weave a circle or a pinwheel circle, for example. Everywhere in between there are projects like cowls, hats, brooches, buttons, masks, necklaces and more. In the chapter about sqauares and other shapes is shown how to weave leafs and petals, a folkloric flower rug etc. Then follows a wonderful chapter about dolls and toys, with teddy bears, octopuses, koalas and pandas. The last chapter is about colour, how to make colour changes and geometric patterns. And there are more projects, like a bag for a yoga mat or a cozy roving shawl. This book is full of knowledge, technique and everything is made with a lot of love! Highly recommendable!
I really like it