This was first posted in November 2015 on the Facebook Pin Loom Weaving Support Group; designed by Jody Delisle. Here you get a glimpse of someone else’s style of notation. I’ve also included a diagram. Read More →
Here’s another Christmas motif . . . the time-honored bell. I think it looks best as an outline, but the solid version also looked pretty good to me. The double outline did NOT look good, so I don’t recommend trying it.
This works as an O or a 0 (zero).
This letter is a little funky. I originally designed the last set of U3 on R2 as optional, but after weaving both, I prefer the serif-like addition.
The two optional sets of U3 (last stitches of R14 and R15)—I prefer not to include these, but you might want to try both and see which you prefer.
Here’s the letter I.
I don’t believe real angels have wings, but woven ones certainly can.
The blue marks indicate OVER 3. They are not optional. Go O3 (blue), U3 (red), O3 (blue).
From A to Zed, but still missing lots in between.
Also, still missing Zed.
In an attempt to make my alphabet letters more consistent with each other, I felt the need to thicken the legs on letter A. The changes are shown in green. I haven’t woven this option yet, but I believe it will look fine.
Sample — L1-3: RHS “Toast,” L4: RHS “Guacamole” Read More →