The idea is to weave on anything that could be used as a frame loom i.e. the legs of a table or a chair, a split twig, the legs of a doll, old boxes, bits of machinery and more. The idea is to fill any existing gaps up, on different objects with woven texture in a multitude of bright colours, thus changing any hard-lined object into a yummy fluffy thing! No skills necessary, weaving is as old as the first mammoth trap; it comes together with the human breath, in and out, weave in and weave out; that’s how easy it is to learn.Weaving and weaving and weaving till the cows go home, but make sure you will not stand still for too long as your legs might be woven together!
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