Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Favorite Kid-Friendly Looms and Weaving Projects Round-Up

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Today I'm sharing some of my favorite Weaving projects from the blog.
Weaving a great way to build hand eye coordination and fine motor skills.
You can use a store bought or homemade loom. 
You can weave with paper, ribbons, grasses, leaves, yarn, string, fabric scraps, etc.

Pink and Green Mama, MaryLea

Below are some of our favorite looms:

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Dawn Grobe said...

My art teacher uses CDs for a weaving project. I hoard them and when she is doing the project she knows where to go b

Elizabeth said...

Love the paper weaving - I've done something similar with oil pastels, but your results using paintings are beautiful!

pink and green mama MaryLea said...

@ Dawn -- that's awesome, I am planning to make some circle weavings (CDs) with the girls this summer as part of our own mom art camp!


pink and green mama MaryLea said...

@ Elizabeth,

My girls LOVE oil pastels, that's a great idea. We will have to try making some of our own!


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