Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Let the Weaver Fever begin

Since a demonstration at Unravel in February, I've planned to try weaving, so the announcement for a new "Weaver Fever" club from Devon Sun Yarns seemed serendipitous and I signed up straight away. 
Weaver Fever Club box from Devon Sun Yarns - Crafts from the Cwtch
The first box arrived last week but I didn't want to spoil the surprise for anyone who hadn't received it yet, and I didn't have time to play with it between trips, so it's been sitting in wait. The parcel was full of all sorts of gorgeousness including scrumptious hand-dyed roving yarn, washi tape, a badge, pencil, and everything required to start weaving - including a cute little loom. 
Weaver Fever Loom from Devon Sub Yarns - Crafts from the Cwtch
I haven't done any weaving since I was in infant school - and then we used paper plates. Luckily instructions came with the kit, there is email support and a facebook group too - so I'm sure it will be pretty easy to work out it out. So today I'm planning to give it a whirl. Little Miss is poorly and home from school - how long before she tries to get her mitts on this...? 
Weaver Fever yarn (box 1) from Devon Sun Yarns - Crafts from the Cwtch


  1. Ooh, I am probably not patient enough for weaving. But that yarn, it looks so yummy. Have fun!

    1. Thanks - it is fun! And thankfully it grows quickly too! :D

  2. Looks like fun! I'm keen to try some weaving, look forward to seeing how you get on! xx


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