Woven Heart Pillow (Loom/Weave)

SKU: L50315

This loom decoration pattern is made with super bulky weight yarn and has a beginner level of difficulty.

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Skill Level
Level 1 - Beginner
Project Type
Decoration, Martha Stewart DIY Weaver, Pillow
Yarn Used
Vanna's Choice - 860, Wool-Ease Thick & Quick - 640
Pattern Gauge
Exact gauge is not essential to this project.
Pattern Size Options
One Size
Pattern Yarn Weight
6 Super Bulky
Pattern Craft
Loom-Weave
Made For
Gift, Home

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Andrea Livingston-Shuman
DIY Weaver by Martha Stewart

The love the idea of this type of loom. Simular to the Weavettes and any other pin loom with the addition of getting extensions to enlarge the loom. I'm planning on getting enough of these to put together a larger square loom to weave tops or larger squares for blanket, bedspreads, table covers or larger wall hangings. You can even weave creative shapes.

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Andrea Livingston-Shuman
Shawl in a Ball

I saw a Woven Top made by a Lady named Hazel and she and her husband own a business call Hazel Rose Looms and Hazel created a beautiful top using this yarn. She wove the entire ball of this yarn into several 4" squares, sewed the squares together to create herself woven fabric and used a paper pattern to create the top. She ran a "Stay-Stitch" around the outer edge of the seam allowance so she could cut out her shapes, but before she done that, she ironed on interfacing to help keep the weave together.

I'm planning on make a top for myself using this yarn as soon as I finished weaving the squares. This yarn is so beautiful and it's tough to decide which color to choose.

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Based on 2 reviews
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Andrea Livingston-Shuman
DIY Weaver by Martha Stewart

The love the idea of this type of loom. Simular to the Weavettes and any other pin loom with the addition of getting extensions to enlarge the loom. I'm planning on getting enough of these to put together a larger square loom to weave tops or larger squares for blanket, bedspreads, table covers or larger wall hangings. You can even weave creative shapes.

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Andrea Livingston-Shuman
Shawl in a Ball

I saw a Woven Top made by a Lady named Hazel and she and her husband own a business call Hazel Rose Looms and Hazel created a beautiful top using this yarn. She wove the entire ball of this yarn into several 4" squares, sewed the squares together to create herself woven fabric and used a paper pattern to create the top. She ran a "Stay-Stitch" around the outer edge of the seam allowance so she could cut out her shapes, but before she done that, she ironed on interfacing to help keep the weave together.

I'm planning on make a top for myself using this yarn as soon as I finished weaving the squares. This yarn is so beautiful and it's tough to decide which color to choose.