Shout out to Brian Whitley for naming this pattern; his was one that jumped out at me as I read, and stuck with me later on when I wasn’t at the computer. I had a hard time selecting a name from the many excellent suggestions made by the members of the Facebook Pin Loom Weaving Support Group. (I’d run out of ideas for names and had resorted to calling my new designs Uuuuh 1, Uuuuh 2, etc. “A Run on Diamonds” was formerly known as Uuuuh 4b.)
So far I only have a two-layer warp (2LW) design chart for the 8″ loom, and it has no numbers. Working on perfecting it. Will update this post as I update my life…
So far I don’t have a chart for two-layer warping (2LW) on a 6″, or 47 x 47, loom. After I design a pattern for it, I’ll upload it. Read More →
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.
This tutorial demonstrates how to weave in the two-layer warping (2LW) manner and end up with four signature Weave-It scalloped edges. It’s just as easy as regular 2LW (if that’s any consolation), so don’t feel intimidated. (The first method I came up with was way, way worse!)