FUN WITH WEAVING by Alice Gilbreath

FUN WITH WEAVING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Serious and careful directions for such schlocky projects as place mats woven from strips of shelf paper, plant holders from plastic bleach bottles, a clutch bag out of yam and a dishcloth, and a bird house or Easter basket of reeds. You can also spool-weave a snake or a coiled rug and, with a homemade cardboard loom, turn men's socks into pot holders, leather strips into pillow covers, and rug yam into coat hanger covers. There is one project, a wool scarf, which might at least be useful, but not even the handcrafts craze can turn all this nursery school busy work into a viable resource.

Pub Date: April 7th, 1976
Page count: 96pp
Publisher: Morrow