Cardboard loom weaving is an inexpensive way to get started weaving. Your material costs are very minimal, and even young children are able to participate. Weaving is an activity that can easily occupy a restless child on a rainy afternoon. The added bonus is that you can make something both beautiful and useful.
My favorite book about cardboard weaving is:
Weaving on Cardboard: Simple Looms to Make and Use
Author / Editor: Alexander, Marthann Publishing Location: Publication Date: 1972
Publisher: Taplinger Pages: 88
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Description of Contents:
Instructions for constructing and using simple looms made of easily obtainable, inexpensive cardboard to introduce weaving to those inexperienced with the craft. While many of the instructions are for weaving with a needle or varieties of finger weaving, there are also instructions for building and using weaving cards.
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