Author Archives: Linda @ alottastitches

What a Cute Little Baby!

Here’s the newest addition to my family of Rigid Heddle Looms. . . a used size A Easy Weaver, which I found on eBay. Smaller, 17-1/2″ x 10″, and much lighter, than my 18″ x 18″ Bs, this baby will … Continue reading

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Blankie #8 of 2016

For years I’ve talked about wanting to try my hand at weaving, instead of crocheting, a charity blanket. Well. . . I finally did it! Since this was my first attempt, I used yarns from the scrap box for the … Continue reading

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Blankie #7 of 2016

I combined these colors from the Crochet Corner yarn stash with some of the Red Heart Shimmer that Karen of VA sent me last September. Crocheting just ten sparkly rows, leaves enough Shimmer for me to use as an accent … Continue reading

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It’s Official – I’m a Weaving Teacher!

I taught my first weaving class Saturday, one-on-one with Linda, a nursing home employee, who recently received a vintage Peacock table loom for her birthday. – You can take a look through a Peacock instruction booklet, here. – The timing … Continue reading

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A Belated Happy Easter to All!

I just received a concerned e-mail from one of my readers, which made me realize that two weeks have slipped by since my last post. First off, I want you all to know that DH and I are both fine. … Continue reading

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The Second Half

Here’s the rest of the yarns the ladies and I pulled from the Big Black Bag. I looked each one up in Ravelry’s data base hoping to find some information about projects people have woven with it. In the process, … Continue reading

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#6 – A Lap Robe

This blankie features the two skeins of James C. Brett Marble MT43 which I received last fall from yarn fairy X. With it I used four miscellaneous shades of blue. It’s a very dark and handsome blanket. A Manly Granny … Continue reading

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