Re-introducing the Butterfly Loom

16 July 2011
The Butterfly Loom has been a welcomed addition to my pages for a few years now. Carolyn took a break and is now back to show you how to make rugs and many other things, even if you can't knit or crochet.


Just Wrap and Knot – no knitting or crochet to create this beautiful Throw. It's a great way to use up bits and pieces of yarn, just wrap on the Board and keep adding different textures as you go. Absolutely everyone – any age, any skill level – can use the Butterfly Loom with great success. The Butterfly Loom is truly addictive and great fun. This rug is so easy to make, it could be created by a 10 year old child or a Grandma.

Carolyn's website is here and her blog, with lots of projects and inspiration, is here. Just click on the links to go there.


8 comments

  1. oh what a beautiful throw.

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  2. I have 3 different sizes of these and haven't used them yet. I need to finish up my crochet projects and give the butterfly looms a try.

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  3. I LOVE my butterfly loom! I have the medium size and have made several items- I am currently in the middle of making a double throw for our bed. I've been blogging about it too. I find it so easy and it's definately addictive! :)

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  4. Oh lordy rhonda, that is wonderful!!! You've made me want one now.. geesh.. thanks a bunch.. lol!

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  5. What a great idea and so simple for everyone :) :) Love and hugs from Oregon, Heather :)

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  6. Yes I've got all inspired by this post! I'd never even heard of this loom before! :-)

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  7. I'm with Becca---oh no! Another obsession! I just lost about an hour looking at her site!! --Kay
    ;->

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  8. Hi Rhonda,
    I had never heard of this, so I'm going to check it out. Thank you very much !!

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