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A review of Loopdeloom’s weaving kit and a discount offer.
The Loopdeloom used in this review was provided by Ann Williams. Some photos are copyright of Ann Williams.
Have you heard of the Loopdeloom yet? It’s a quick and easy weaving tool by Ann Williams and I just got to try it out. It’s so fun!
Phone and tablet cases, stuffed animals, purses, pillows, wall hangings, scarves—the possibilities are endless, easier, and faster with the ingenious and award-winning Loopdeloom.
Once I opened my kit and read the directions, I was so excited to get started I forgot to take any photos until I was a good ways in. It really is quick and easy to use. Putting it together was no problem, and the directions were well written and easy to understand. This is certainly doable for a kid as well as an adult. It would make a great craft for rainy days over summer break.
It didn’t take much time at all to use the full skein of yarn from the kit, I did it in one sitting. The final piece is a nice size, I think I will turn it into a purse with some fun trim for the strap.
You can make pieces up to 7″ wide with one Loopdeloom, and you can join two or more to make wider pieces with no seams. The pieces can be any length you want. So one Loopdeloom can make a scarf, bag, cell phone case, and so much more. Two or more and the possibilities are endless!
You can purchase your Loopdeloom direct from Ann Williams HERE. I even have 2 codes for you from Ann Williams, because they are just awesome like that!
50% off 1st Monthly Craft Box: CRAFT50
20% off non-monthly craft box purchases: HELLO20
I had a blast using mine, and I’m thinking about more fun things to make with it.
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