Weaving in the Ends And Moving on to the Next Project

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6 Responses

  1. Julie says:

    Your energy is contagious! Just the right tone to start off summer vacation.

  2. melissa says:

    what a lovely idea! my daughter recently pulled her loom out after some time away (she’s 8 years old, which explains enough :) and i plan to show her what these kids made. i think it would be a great summer project if she and i made a few cozy reading rugs for outside on our porch or for friends. thanks!

  3. Elizabeth says:

    I’d look at Craigslist/Etsy/Ebay for a hefty metal old citrus press. Sounds fun! I’ve resolved to do a lot of flavored waters around here, so it might be a muddler for me.

    I’ve really loved all the weaving house posts/shots! Could anything be cozier? Miss you! xoxo

  4. I’ve enjoyed reading your blog lately. I’m glad you are writing more. I’ll also follow you on Instagram. You are a real inspiration. Love your weaving project. I’m a 1st grade teacher and this would be great for our school. I’ll have to think about how it might work for us. Thanks for your inspiration. BTW, wish I lived near a Maker Faire. Sounds like so much fun.

  5. jennifer says:

    Hi Sarah. Thanks for writing. I seem to be continuously swamped with projects, so finding time to post is challenging. But comments like yours inspire me to continue. Let me know if you decide to plan a weaving project at your school. I’d be happy to help. All the best!

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