How to weave a small tapestry on a Spears childs loom.
How to make a felted necklace.
How to make felted Easter eggs.
Cardboard Box Loom Project
You don’t need expensive equipment to weave. A flat piece of cardboard or a cardboard box can easily turn into a loom that you can weave mug rugs, placemats or intricate tapestries on.
Coiled Wool Baskets
An easy basket to make from Fantti wool yarn using a coiled basket technique.
Fairy tales often feature weavers and spinners who possess powers of wisdom and ingenuity.
Your kids will have fun making their own felt placemat. Here’s how.
Patterns, instructions, and other ideas for making your own felt projects.
Even the younger ones can learn to spin yarn using a drop spindle.
Kool-Aid dyeing is an interesting way to add colour to yarn.
Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs
Have fun making dyes using foods found in your kitchen.
Instructions and projects for making your own handmade paper.
Paper Wall Hanging
Don’t throw out your gift wrap. Save it for weaving a wall hanging or a placemat.
Pop Goes the Weasel
What is this song about? Is it a spinning song?
Here is a collection of articles and places to find small looms for weaving with beads, making belts and other small items.
Trivia: Mad as a Hatter
What does “Mad as a Hatter” mean?
Weaving and Spinning Stories
Links to tales, poetry and stories about weaving and spinning.
I had the privilege to give a weaving demonstration to some children and let them try their hand at weaving at Mudchute Farm in central London.