Category Archives: Woodworking

One Million Hits.. How Can I Ever Thank You? !

  A SALUTE TO YOU! Sometime this evening or late tonight, this blog will have its ONE MILLIONth hit.  I have to say that I am overwhelmed with gratitude for all of you who have visited over the nearly 5 … Continue reading

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Free TW Loom Plans, Spinning on Different Wheels, Second TW Class

It’s been too hot for most everything the last couple of weeks.  Most of my time has been taken up with spinning and knitting. The gray and brown are New Zealand wool.  I have no idea what sheep breed, but … Continue reading

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Card Weaving Looms

I was watching a video on You Tube showing how to card weave. Today I cannot for the life of me find it again.  Anyway… The simple loom that was used in that video was wonderful.  So… I made me … Continue reading

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Free Inkle Loom Plans

Hello again… First let me say thanks to anyone still checking in on my blog.  It seems this has been my year for things to happen.   Perhaps things will lighten up soon.  Meanwhile… I’ve had several requests for the plans … Continue reading

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Binding a Book… free tutorial

A few years ago I decided to put together my own book…. just for fun.  It was very easy and took very little time.  Now I am thinking about making some for Christmas… Here is a quick and easy tute … Continue reading

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Please Get Permission….

I have put several free patterns that were created by me  up on this site.  They were uploaded with the thought in mind that others might like to use them.  If they are  used  for personal use… that’s great.  If they are … Continue reading

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Inkle Loom…Floor Size… Finished (free online plans)

I’ve finished with the inkle loom.  I don’t think I got it sanded well enough, but lets hope that with use some of that will change.  Here it is:   I haven’t done a true warping yet, but in just … Continue reading

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