Continuous Weaving with a Square Loom


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Discover the magic of creating continuous weaving on a square frame. This is the most basic weaving before advancing to a triangle loom or even the more complicated rectangular loom. With the square loom, you will always weave at the top corner, and the lower corner will automatically repeat the over-under weave on the opposite side. The process is simple: alternating the right and left sides on the square loom and the yarn travels in a rectangular spiral . You will be impressed by how easily you can create a cowl scarf to take home. Other options, such as an infinity scarf and/or fingerless mittens, are available depending on your skill level and yarn thickness.

Class Examples (options depending on individual’s yarn and time):

  • Cowl neck scarf
  • Head band
  • Infinity Scarf
  • Fingerless hand warmers


Instructor:Anita Kealey
Location:Classroom F
Date & Time:Saturday, Sept. 21, 9 am-12 pm
Minimum number of students:3
Maximum number of students:8
Minimum age to register for class:14
Skill level needed for class:Beginner
Materials provided by the instructor:Use of a loom
Supplies to bring and homework:
  • 50 yards worsted/4 ply yarn or bulky yarn of choice
  • Afghan (longer length, aka Tunisian) crochet hook compatible with yarn
  • Clover large eye (blunt bent end) needle or locker hook


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