Cardboard weaving ideas

I love to constantly find different materials at home to weave mini woven pieces, because they allow me to reuse materials that have been around loose or stored for years, abandoned in a drawer, such as cardboard, old notebooks, wool scraps, wood scraps, etc. But what I like most about these little discoveries is the... Continue Reading →

Mini Sweater Pin Loom Day 2021

Do you know the ugly sweater? That American Christmas tradition of knitting or buying a Christmas sweater of those classic full of color ones? Well, 3 years ago I borrowed that tradition, as inspiration, to found the Mini Sweater Pin Loom Day! The main idea was to conquer and gather more and more pin loom... Continue Reading →

Mini Sweater Pin Loom Day 2020

It all started inspired by the idea of the ugly sweater, an American tradition you should know in which everyone knits or buys a Christmas style sweater to wear it on Christmas eve. It is an excessive Christmas sweater, a bit too colorful, a bit too kitsch, quite ugly I may say.. that is why... Continue Reading →

Sustainable Infinity Scarf project

Diving in IG a random day, I came across this incredible label and I bought a few yarns immediately. They feel like cotton made, fresh and cozy, but not too heavy as cotton. I searched a bit more where this label came from and I could know the story behind her founder, Rosario. A few... Continue Reading →

Easy woven tartan basket project

As I have told many times, woven squares are my weakness (sounds nerd, I know..) , but they are so easy and fast to do and the possibilities are so endless that I just cannot resist! I will stop explaining and start doing! So now I invite you to make with me a lovely plaid... Continue Reading →

7 Creative Christmas napkin folds to try

I took 3 small balls of yarn I had here and there. With the three of them at the same time I wove the larger size of square on the Kayu weaving loom (you can either knit, crochet or weave a 12x12" square) and voilà! ..I started playing with it and a golden paper napkin... Continue Reading →

Christmas tree pattern

If you don`t have the Relmu, don`t worry at all. You can also try this pattern (following the same chart and text) on your 4x4" Zoom Loom or Weave-it. The only difference is that the resulting piece will be 3 times smaller, and you need to use thinner yarn of course. So, here it goes.... Continue Reading →

Pale Rose woven top free pattern

I started Ullvuna 7 years ago. Today is the first time I share the patterns of my original, unique and beloved designs with you 🙂 Every mother thinks her child is the "most beautiful" then I couldn`t be objective to choose the pattern to share, so I proposed the election of it to the Pin loom... Continue Reading →

4×4″ Pin loom Print&Color template

Sketching new stitches if not easy. One option is to try while weaving.. other option is to make a previous drawing. If the second option is better for you, keep reading.. This tool consist of a set of 8 colouring pages.The first 4 pages work for the Two-layer warp method, the 4 last work for... Continue Reading →

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