July 04, 2004

Inkling book & Extra Long Paperback looms

Happy Fourth of July, everyone!

Newly revised & reprinted inkle weaving book

Since last month, we have some new things going on: I found out that Diane Bachman, the author of Weaving in an Inkling, a WONDERFUL little inkle weaving instruction/pattern book, has revised and reprinted her book. It's sturdier than the first edition and the print is much easier to read.

The explanations are VERY clear and the pattern designs are a lot of fun. This has been my favorite book since I started inkle weaving. My first copy has pretty much fallen apart. It would be a wonderful companion to any inkle loom that you have.

We will be getting a few copies in about a week and will be selling them on both the Tornadowood and Weaving Rainbow websites. It will be $10 plus shipping.

You can reserve your copy now by clicking here to go directly to the order page.

Extra Long Paperback Looms

Gary has also been making a limited edition of extra long paperback looms. They are about 5-1/2" wide by 8" long: this is the same width as the regular paperback looms and the same length as the bookmark looms. It is $24 plus shipping. Email us if you're interested in getting one.


I still have a few skeins of the handpainted yarn in the melon color scheme. I hope to be doing some more color combinations in the future, but may wait until after it cools down a bit as I like to do dyeing work outside.

There is still some White Buffalo yarn left at the warehouse. I'm offering it for $7.50 per cake...order yours now, when it's gone, it's gone!

The discontinued Patons Anna yarn is still available at the warehouse. It's a lovely chunky thick and thin yarn and is 97% wool and 3% nylon.

The rug hooking pattern will be on the website soon, hopefully this week. I've been playing around with ideas for some new patterns as well.

Have a safe & wonderful holiday!

Posted by Jessica at July 4, 2004 11:25 PM