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I've told you before how much I love making pot holders, so I decided to share the joy and show you how to make a Houndstooth pot holder.
One of my favorite patterns to make on my loom is this simple version of Houndstooth. I have also seen it referred to as a pinwheel. Whatever you call it, this patterns looks classy and is super easy to make.
|This pattern uses two colors--I am using pink and green.|
Alternate two loops of green then two loops of pink across.
|It can be helpful to hold up the loom and just focus on the sides.|
|Using the exact same pattern weave the loops though the first set--|
two green and then two pink across.
|Before finishing off the ends I like to flip the loom upside-down to make|
sure that everything looks right. If I don't like what I see at this point it is easy
to remove the loops and begin again.
|The finished product!|
UPDATE: I've had a couple people ask what loops I use. I highly recommend these loops. They are 100% cotton, extremely durable, and can be used to make functioning pieces.
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