Cardboard Loom Weaving

When you hear the term weaving you might think of a big piece of equipment that you would need and don’t give it a second thought. With the book Cardboard Loom Weaving you will see that you can make your own DIY loom and have AMAZING results. Not only does it save the bank but also space in your house and makes weaving accessible for everyone.

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Inside the Book

Open the pages of Cardboard Loom Weaving to find 25 fast and easy projects. Work through the instructions in this book and you will be creating one of a kind woven scarves, pillows, handbags and more.

Inside the book you will learn a few different way of making your own loom with things that you likely have around the house. What a great way to get started with the craft before jumping in feet first with a large loom. Learn the basics of weaving and then let your imagination run wild.

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