Learn how to make a cute fish (or an entire school of fish!) from strips of colored paper. This woven […]
Use yarn scraps to weave a cute and festive Christmas tree ornament. The tutorial links to a simpler version suitable […]
Make woven placemats for Kwanzaa this year. Only a few supplies are needed to make this great craft.
Learn how to make a paper plate loom for this rainbow yarn art project. If children know how to tie […]
This colorful fish is a fun way to introduce kids to weaving. All you need is construction paper.
Celebrate your love of picnics with this picnic blanket collage, which combines paper weaving and collage making. It’s the perfect […]
Let Batman and Superman battle it out over a game of checkers made from woven construction paper. May the best […]
Turn old t-shirts into a work of art! Weave t-shirt material using a hula hoop as a guide to create […]
Use a paper plate and yarn to weave a beautiful sunflower. This easy project is fun take on traditional weaving.
Recycle old jeans to make this pretty coaster. It’s a nice, inexpensive gift to give to a friend or relative.
Combine weaving with craft paper to get cute and unique gift wrap. It’s the perfect way to use up scraps […]
Create your own loom using a paper plate and weave a lovely Christmas tree. All you need is a paper […]
This nature weaving activity combines creativity and the outdoors. It costs nothing and encourages the exploration of textures and nature.
This simple string activity is easy to put together as a busy bag activity. It creates many open-ended play possibilities.
Create beautiful woven fabrics with colorful yarn using a wooden loom. It’s easy to do and the possibilities are endless!
Create a ribbon cover for a notebook. This weaving project not only makes a plain notebook look better, but protects it […]
Transform a tree stump into a loom for the backyard! Kids will love to create beautiful weaving projects with leaves, […]
Turn old t-shirts into a pretty rug! It’s easy to do, using cardboard or a hula hoop as the loom.
Create woven works of art using nothing but cardboard and yarn. It’s fun, easy and the results are so pretty!
Weave a cool glow-in-the-dark ghost zipper pull from plastic lace. Best for preteens and teens experienced with plastic lace crafts.
This snake keychain is cool for Halloween or any time. A fun and unique project!
Make your own mini weaving looms from popsicle sticks and have fun weaving old scraps of fabric, yarn and ribbons!
Teach your kids a childhood classic: weaving on a drinking straw loom. The result is a strip of woven fabric, […]
Saint Brigid’s cross is traditionally woven on January 31st, in preparation for the Irish spring festival on February 1st. The […]
Put those piles of newspaper to good use by making these easy weave baskets. A fun project for school-aged kids […]
A fun, frugal project to celebrate Earth Day! Our homemade jump rope is made from outgrown socks and tights. The […]