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Pin Loom Weaving: 40 Projects for Tiny Hand Looms
Saturday & Sunday
Meg Stump will share items from the book as well as talk about & demonstrate pin loom weaving techniques.
About the Book
Tiny palm-sized pin looms are making a comeback. This is the perfect book to get started with this intriguing weaving technique.
• 40 appealing projects for everyone
• As portable as knitting–drop a tiny loom in your bag or keep one in your car
• Tips and techniques for blankets, bags, and 3-D creations
• Includes directions on how to build your own pin loom
About the Author
Margaret Stump, nicknamed Meg, is a wife to Jerry and the mother of two grown children, Aaron and Taylor. She has worked in a number of fields during her adult life including sales and social work. She is currently working as a mental health therapist.
Margaret has been weaving with pin looms, creating a variety of projects out of tiny patches of fabric, for more than 40 years. Her work has been heralded as creative, original, and fun. Her early work developed in Tucumcari, New Mexico where she attempted to recreate the old brick and adobe buildings in woven, pieced blankets and hangings.
Margaret is a long time advocate for this vintage fiber art and is delighted to see so many artists and craftspeople rediscovering the power of pin looms. She lives in Mankato, Minnesota, and can be found online at http://www.pinloomweaving.com.