About four years ago, I bought a jumbo potholder loom and loopers from Homestead Weaving Studio. I wove a bathmat, quickly bought ten more pounds of loops, and then just as quickly stashed it away in my closet. Fast forward several years, and I’m using up some of the loopers with this new bathmat. The other one still looks great, but I like this color and design better.
I probably have eight pounds left. What to make next?
I took 12 of my jumbo potholders and stitched them together into this rug, which I’m currently using as a bathmat. Strangely, I haven’t had enough of potholders. I’m right on the edge of plunging in and buying 10 pounds of loopers!
This cozy little scarf was completed yesterday. It’s another rectangle loom scarf using my Hideaway Homestead loom on the 10″ x 48″ setting. I’ve found they “shrink” in width about 2″ or more, but the length stays about the same. The yarn was Yarn Bee First Love, which is 100% polyester. It holds its shape very nicely off the loom: