Weaving for Baby: Three Tips for Baby Projects
I’ve been ready to be a grandmother for years, and I have all the crafty skills to qualify for the job. I can weave and knit and even sew (marginally), and I love doing crafts with kids. My children haven’t been ready for parenthood until recently, but now I am a grandma! Our son married a lovely woman earlier this month, and we became grandparents to a sweet 8-year-old boy who loves math, and games, and Ninja Turtles. (For those of you without young boys in your family, the turtles are back.)
Our beloved Ben is not a baby but I think he might appreciate a cozy throw for his bed, and perhaps I can look forward to weaving something in his college colors someday. And his parents have been hinting that he may have a little brother or sister in the next few years, so there is much to look forward to.
Meantime, if you have babies in your life, here are three tips for weaving projects for the modern baby:
If you need more ideas, check out our new Weaving for Baby pattern collection. (And if you want to weave a baby blanket on a narrow or rigid-heddle loom, take a look at Sara Bixler’s No-Sew Baby Blanket.) Weaving is a great way to welcome a new little person to your family and the world.