Before I went bats, I thought about how to make a witch. I’m a big fan of doing things as simply as possible. It occurred to me that the angel pattern would make as good a witch as anything new. So, I refer you to that post for the general directions.Read More →
Halloween approaches. I’m not a retail store. I didn’t start thinking about the holiday in June… or April… or last December. It just occurred to me a few days ago that I could make stuff other than pumpkins.Read More →
A while back I wrote a post on how to make pumpkins. One of the pumpkins I posted had a little leaf alongside its stem. At that time I didn’t discuss the leaf because I wove it on a homemade fine sett loom. Since then Wunderwag Industries has released the 1″ square loom, so you can get a really cute, tiny leaf for the 2″ pumpkin. I used that and my fine sett or 2″ loom to make leaves for the other sizes.Read More →
“I get by with a little help from my friends.”
One of the advantages of belonging to the Facebook Pin Loom Weaving Support Group (yeah, I rejoined, but not as and admin this time) is seeing all the variations on a theme. In this case, Bonnie Visser’s version of the Star Cushion.