Multi looms

Hey lovlies, I have been weaving like mad all week.   I sent for the next two looms I needed from Teresinah at Wild Colours and now I think I have the complete set of these.  I suppose if I need a different size that will have to be ordered separately from Hazel.   Anyway here are all my square / oblong multi looms.   So this week I have weaving with James C Brett Monsoon yarn  which is 70% acrylic and 30% wool and there is 196 yards or 180 metres in a ball.  Now being a complete idiot I forgot to take a picture of the ball of yarn, but it comes in various colours in one ball.  All the squares you see below came from one ball.

This is the 6inch square loom and the weaving that comes off it.  I do like this loom it’s a good size and it works up nice and quickly.This little baby is one of the new ones that I received this week, this is the 4 x 6 inch rectangle, again very quick to work up.

Another new loom, I love this one the 6 x 2 bookmark loom,  this one just whizzes along.

I think this was one of the first one’s I bought, the 4 inch square, it takes no more than 10 minutes to make this square, this is the loom I used for the pink and grey blanket.The 4 x 2 loom, this one fits in really well with the others as you will see in the final photograph.The little mini loom, 2 inch square loom. honestly the squares just fly off this one.

Ok so now you have seen all my square multi looms,  I do have a 4 inch triangle loom, but I’m not using it with this project.

So this is what they all look like together, I plan on making some sort of throw/blanket using all the square/rectangle looms.  One of the problems I have is that I don’t know whether to sew this lot together and use this particular pattern of squares, or to make them all different.  Out of one ball of yarn so far I have made 1 6 inch square, 2 6×4, 3 2×6, 15 4inch squares, 14 2×4, and 18 2 inch squares, and I still haven’t finished the first ball yet.

Would love to know what you think, thanks for reading.

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