Remember the old Doll Dress Weave-Along? I can’t say I thought I’d never finish it because I was sure I would someday.
Today is someday. I finished it!
My Life As . . . Outdoor Photographer doll in winter dress in the middle of summer. Also, my one-year-old Lab, Casey.
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I went to my husband’s word turning association meeting tonight and talked to Joe—of Wunderwag Industries. I thought people might appreciate hearing a little of what we talked about.
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I’m pleased to announce the arrival of the new Wunderwag Industries Pin Looms.
(They are made by my husband’s friend, and I get no compensation for any of the looms sold.)
Wunderwag Industries 3-loom set
Features include . . .
- a frame slightly wider than the Weave-It (for easier handling), but not so wide that it will interfere with needle maneuverability
- rows and corners numbered in black, and center markings on the top and bottom edges
- a clear acrylic frame that makes it easier to see what’s happening at Corner 3 when you get to that last, tight row of weaving
- headless steel pins
- full compatibility with Weave-It/Zoom Loom squares
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