You won’t often find me gushing, but here goes: “Aren’t these cute!?!”

Trees made using 2-inch and 4-inch Weave-it looms

Trees made using 2-inch and 4-inch Weave-its

I love these little pin loom trees–originally posted on the Facebook Pin Loom Weaving Support Group (original design by Cathy Clarke–Cathy Clarke @junoandpurl on Twitter or caughtinaloop on instagram). Notice how I used some of my experimental bulky yarn squares to make these trees. Also, some of these feature MY OWN HOMESPUN YARN! (Arrgh, more gushing.)

I wove the green yarn in the topmost square of the tree on the left. I wove the variegated yarn in the green trees at left. Furthermore, you can't see that the variegated is plied with black yarn, but I prepared the raw black wool and spun and plied it. :)

I wove the green yarn in the topmost square of the tree on the left. I wove the variegated yarn in the green tree at right. Furthermore, you can’t see that the variegated is plied with black yarn, but I prepared the raw black wool and spun and plied it.

If you know how to use a pin loom you won’t need instructions on how to make these, so the only info you might want is that I used 2.5″ stems for the small trees and 5.25″ for the large ones.

2 Thoughts on “Adventures in Pin Loom Weaving–a Fairy Tale Forest

  1. Leta Hansen on 9 February 2016 at 9:24 PM said:

    I love your forest!

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