Pin looms are one of the most accessible and portable looms available to weavers. They come in many shapes and sizes, including squares, rectangles, and even hearts, triangles, and hexagons. Most weavers will end up with multiple pin looms to achieve different shapes, but the 4" square loom is a great place to begin. Just remember that the loom you use will determine the woven fabric pieces you can make with it.
In this category, we've gathered a selection of pin-loom articles, projects, and patterns for you to enjoy.
It might not seem logical, but it turns out that the Summer 2020 issue is filled to the brim with fabulous fall projects.
If you like to read, you’ll love the 2022 Winter issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms, dedicated to books and reading.
Intimidated by large-scale pin-loom projects? Here are some suggestions for items you can make that need only 1, 2, or 3 pin-loom woven pieces!
We feature many different types of weaving and looms in each issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms. Here’s a roundup of the most common.
Weaving a baby blanket using a pin loom is easier than you think. Learn the basics on how to design a pin-loom blanket.
What do you do when you need pin-loom rectangles but have only a square loom? Here’s the simple answer, plus other modifications for this pin-loom project.
The Fall 2023 issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms is all about the clever combinations you can make on or off the loom.
It's summer time and if you've got small, wannabe weavers at home until school starts again, here are 6 tips for (mostly) frustration free weaving with kids.
Sometimes it’s the smallest change that can make the biggest difference in a project. For that reason, the new Easy Weaving with Little Looms Fall 2022 issue is dedicated to details.