Hazel Loom and Weave-it squares

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    The top squares were done on the Hazel Loom, using the Rigby weave (first two layers use doubled thread, last two layers use single thread); the bottom squares on the weave-it, woven as usual.

    I used cotton flannel yarn for both squares. I recommend the Rigby weave for this yarn as it produces a heavier square.


    1. Marian Florcita 74 months ago | reply

      how very pretty! I have no idea whay a hazel loom or rigby weave are... (google, right?) but love it!

    2. michbunny 74 months ago | reply

      Thanks! The hazel loom makes small to large (depending on the size of the loom) squares of woven fabric. The Rigby weave is one way to do the weaving.

    3. Marian Florcita 74 months ago | reply

      thanks! I went and googled! aahah I know now what the hazel loom is. I've never used it before but it seems quite practical for small projects!
      Thanks for the info... and thanks to your pic now I need a hazel loom! :D

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