Silk Bracelets Galore (plus a new kit and a great deal)
By Mirrix CEO Claudia Chase
I cannot stop making these.
Two were made on an eight inch loom and one was made on a Mini Mirrix. Because of the way I wove it, it didn’t much matter whether or not I used a shedding device. When you are weaving across two or three warps, which was of ten the case, it doesn’t make much sense to reach up and change the shed. I did have the shedding device on the eight inch loom for occasions when I wove from selvedge to selvedge.
This bracelet is very easy to weave if you have woven any tapestry before. Simply weave sections of slit tapestry (where you weave up color blocks next to each other, creating a slit between the blocks) and, instead of leaving your ends loose in the back of the piece, weave them into the piece so the bracelet is double-sided. To finish simple sew each end of the bracelet into a loop, one around one side of the finding and the other so it can slip onto the other side of the finding.
Do you want to make your own hand painted silk bracelet? We have a brand new kit to get you started! For a limited time, it is 20% off! Click here to learn more and purchase it.
When you purchase any Mirrix loom, you will be able get this kit for only $20.00 through Sunday, July 19th 2015. Add a loom and this kit to your cart and then use code loomsilk15 at checkout.
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Expires at midnight on July 19th, 2015
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