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Yarn Loom Flowers

May 25, 2016

I received a Flower Loom from Boye while attending the SNAP conference. I wanted to show you how I use the loom to make flowers. It is really addictive. You can make a variety of different flowers choosing to use different yarns, how many different times you wrap around the loom, and how you stitch to finish. The video tutorial shows you how I make one flower version. 

The loom comes with three pieces. The loom itself, a needle, and a hook tool.


Video Instructions:


  • Thicker yarns seem to work best.
  • I haven't had good results with cotton yarn.
  • Yarn with some stretch works best. 
  • Thin yarns will need more times around the loom. 
  • Wrapping three times around the loom creates a full flower.
  • Wrapping around more than one peg makes wider petals. 

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These look like they'd be a fun embellishment. I probably would have had a roomful of them when I was a teen :)

That is a neat craft! I have never seen this nifty tool! I just pinned it. Thank you for partying with DIY Crush every Thursday!! Hope to see your latest DIY's this week!

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