The fun in starting a new weaving project!

I have been wanting to begin the Mirrix Beaded woven cuff project for months now and there is always something getting in the way to keep me from starting!  Do you ever have times like that? Perhaps not enough time or not enough looms?  The holidays have come and gone and I am still having a time carving out time to weave and play!

I don't know if you know it or not but Mirrix Looms has an amazing project section on their website and they willingly share there ideas, techniques and project notes for you to try too!  They also have weave a long projects, and sell their kits to accompany the weave a long.  You don't have to worry about finding all the materials, they are all in the kit ready for you to begin!

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Take Mirrix's Craftsy Class for 50% Off!

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Bauble Bracelet Ebook

You can now get our 20th weave-along project for free as an ebook! 

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Gift Buying Guide for the Tapestry/Bead Weaver in Your Life

The Mirrix loom is different from most other looms because it can be used for a variety of mediums. I originally designed it to be a tapestry loom but it was not long before I realized it would also make a fantastic bead loom. Eventually, we realized it would work for weaving rags, knotting rugs (both soumack and rya knotting) and a whole host of other techniques that require a sturdy upright loom with great tension. Since my background is more tapestry than beads (although I have fallen in love with beads) I wanted to figure out how to combine them on the Mirrix loom. The results have been very satisfying. From the Tapestry/Bead Cuff Bracelet Kit to The Holiday Lights Bracelet kit, we have created kits to satisfy your obesession for both fiber and beads.

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3 Oscar Trends for Weaving Inspiration!

My favorite part of any awards show is the red carpet. I love to see the dresses, the jewelry and the hairstyles.

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