A reader requested a pin loom Tic Tac Toe game, so here it is.Read More →
The Charms series patterns are among my favorites that use Warp Displacement. When I was exploring warp displacement last year I spent a lot of time figuring out exactly how to get this sucked-in X look and how best to complement the shape. For warp displacement patterns, these are quite easy to do.
Although in the most technical sense, this design uses the slide technique, it doesn’t feel like it. The row is so short needle sliding is unnoticeable. The Slides pattern might be good practice for the slide technique if you’re uncomfortable with it.
This pattern can also be used on 2″ x 6″ bookmark looms.
If you’ve wanted to try Two-Layer Warping (2LW) patterns, but are intimidated by the complicated 4″ patterns, this size might be a good place to start.
Continuing from the previous post — more patterns for the 2″ square loom.
By request—a few patterns for the 2″ square loom. Many of these were experiments, but you can play around with them too.
R2-7: P2, U3, P3, U3, P4
R8: P Read More →