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.
Learn the basics of using the continuous strand–weaving method on a pin loom with this subscriber exclusive and then practice the technique with a free bonus project!
I have decided to add pin looms to my list of unanswerable questions: Why didn’t I discover them sooner? They are a simple and ingenious way to teach weaving concepts.
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Every home chef and baker needs this playful pin-loom gnome.
Let's get Medieval, Easy Weaving with Little Looms Style!
Learn how to weave and construct a pin loom–woven sushi roll with this Subscriber Exclusive project from Angela K. Schneider.
Take a quick tour of the Summer 2023 issue full of projects inspired by food and cooking.
Using Margaret Stump’s project from the Summer 2023 issue as a guide, Christina pairs raffia with 3 different yarns to weave some cute coasters.
A pin loom is a sweet and simple way to make cloth. The shape and size of the loom determine what you can make with it—a creative challenge to weavers to transform small pieces of fabric into inventive and sometimes three-dimensional weavings.
If you spin your own yarn consider picking up a pin loom if you haven't already. Read more about why handspun yarn and pin looms go hand-in-hand.
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