Monday, August 11, 2014

Weaving in the wild

One of the great things about a table loom is the fact it can travel! No electricity is needed. Weaving is a soothing activity and weaving as the birds chirp make it one of my favorite camping downtime activities!

I packed my strips of fabric And my loom. 
IF the car is full of camping stuff....adding a loom can be a challenge.  ;) wink wink
I included whatever scrap came out of the bag and am quite pleased with this one!
It's 11" by 50". Long enough to add lots of color!
Just listed it in my etsy shop. :)


  1. Uh oh. This is beautiful. As someone who believes that learning how to weave would freeze my quilting career, I am so tempted to try this. Love your pine cone centerpiece! Take care,

  2. I love this!! My son needs a long runner to hang over his bookshelf - this will be perfect for his apartment!,

  3. Not only is the setting gorgeous...that table runner is AWESOME!

  4. That does look like a great take along project and the runner turned out so beautifully, Beth.

  5. I love your weaving! I bought an old table loom years ago that has been sitting in a closet. You have inspired me to pull it out and try to make placemats. Can you tell me how wide your strips are, and what kind of string you use?

  6. Love this one, but then I think I say that about all your stuff, Beth. I guess you have your scrap bag syncopated to produce beautiful things. You are a talent.
    Just a suggestion/question: I don't know much about weaving, but could you load the threads with some random colors? Would that be really expensive?... possible?
    Thanks for sharing.
    Where are you camping this time?

  7. Another study in fabulous frugality, good going!! And three cheers for that knight in shining armour, too! Did he find the needle in a haystack, LOL?

  8. I desperately want a loom! But hubby keeps missing/ignoring my hints!
    Beautiful Runner


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