We’ve partnered with local Oxfordshire craft makers and artisans to bring you a selection of lockdown activity kits.
Have you ever wanted to try weaving?! Then look no further than these kits from the Oxford Weaving Studio
This Classic Weaving Kit has everything needed to turn you into a fabulous weaver. Suitable for a complete beginner who needs a simple loom, tool and yarn package to the weaver looking to advance their weaving by upgrading their loom and needing a bit more guidance.
The complete package kits include a wooden frame loom and all the tools and accessories you'll need to create beautiful projects as well as one of a gorgeous Yarn Starter Packs that contain a carefully curated collection of yarns that are the perfect introduction to weaving.
The kit includes:
- 1 x Frame Loom (Medium)
- 1 x Weaving Tool Set
- 1 x Clasp Ring (50mm)
- 1 x Pouch (One Size)
- 3 x Tapestry Needles Size (1, 2, 3)
- 1 x Crochet Hook (4mm)
- 1 x Warp Yarn Bobbin (5g yarn)
- 1 x PDF Instructions Download
- 1 x Pair of Snips
- 3 x Hanging Rods (8 or 10mm)
- 1 x Yarn Starter Pack
The medium, Solid Beech Frame Loom is a handy size (with internal, weaving dimensions slightly larger than A4 or letter size) is perfect for beginners or advanced weavers alike as it is quick and simple to set up. It is great for weaving bracelets, small-medium wall-hangings, lavender sachets, pouches & purses etc.
Dimensions: 30cm x 36.6cm with a weaving width of 25cm x 31.5cm
The Oxford Weaving Studio is a community-based weaving studio in the heart of Jericho, Oxford that celebrates the craft of weaving. The only dedicated weaving studio in Oxfordshire, it’s home to a variety of floor, table and frame looms and an extensive array of weaving yarns and materials.
Founded by textile designer Cassandra Smith, The Oxford Weaving Studio is dedicated to helping people of all ages and abilities experience this wonderful craft. They want to share their passion and knowledge of weaving and inspire others to create their own handwoven designs. You can find our more here