Pin Loom

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.

Joining Pin-Loom Pieces on the Loom

Joining pin-loom pieces together during weaving is quick, easy, and results in a beautiful finish.

Call for Submissions—Little Looms Summer 2025: Shifting Colors

For the Summer 2025 issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms, we’re looking for projects with creative color changes.

Choosing Souvenir Skeins: Can I Weave a Scarf with That?

Learn how to figure out on the fly whether a skein of yarn has enough yards to weave a scarf on either a rigid-heddle or pin loom.

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Weave a Pin-Loom Paper Airplanes Poncho

This beautiful poncho was originally published in Handwoven, but now it’s available as a free download to Easy Weaving with LIttle Looms subscribers. Learn more about the project here!

Hooked on Hexagons

Learn how the humble hexagon loom expanded the pin-loom projects found in Easy Weaving with Little Looms.

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Table Topper Tips

What type of table runner is right for your table? Christina has tips for figuring out size, shape, and style.

Introducing Little Looms Summer 2024

Easy Weaving with Little Looms Summer 2024 issue is a blast from the past with projects inspired by the Middle Ages.

Pin-Loom Blooms: Magnolia Ornaments to Weave

You can create pin-loom flowers for any season with a few squares.

Top Five Favorite Towels (So Far!)

Handwoven towels are a perennial favorite among weavers. Here are just five favorites from our Easy Weaving with Little Looms library.

How to Spot a Weaver in the Wild

If you're out and about keep your eyes open for fellow weavers.