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I have been drawn to the art of weaving for quite some time now. I have always admired the beauty and usefulness it possesses. Finally, after a few years of just dreaming about it, I made my first weaving piece. A woven coaster. You guys! It’s amazing! Really addictive! And easy! A perfect project to ... Read more...

I have been drawn to the art of weaving for quite some time now. I have always admired the beauty and usefulness it possesses. Finally, after a few years of just dreaming about it, I made my first weaving piece. A woven coaster. You guys! It’s amazing! Really addictive! And easy! A perfect project to ... Read more...

This is a very useful way to weave rugs at lowest cost, you can use yarn, cord, rope, or fabric scraps to make rug, but thin yarn or thread ...make a super large loom from cardboard

I have been drawn to the art of weaving for quite some time now. I have always admired the beauty and usefulness it possesses. Finally, after a few years of just dreaming about it, I made my first weaving piece. A woven coaster. You guys! It’s amazing! Really addictive! And easy! A perfect project to ... Read more...

I have been drawn to the art of weaving for quite some time now. I have always admired the beauty and usefulness it possesses. Finally, after a few years of just dreaming about it, I made my first weaving piece. A woven coaster. You guys! It’s amazing! Really addictive! And easy! A perfect project to ... Read more...

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Protect your surfaces in style with these nautical knotted rope coasters.

This is a very useful way to weave rugs at lowest cost, you can use yarn, cord, rope, or fabric scraps to make rug, but thin yarn or thread ...make a super large loom from cardboard