Round Doodle Weaving – ARTBAR

My brain is constantly striving to suit in time to weave. I am these types of a amateur, and never really have a design and style, but I love taking part in all over with colour and shape. This time I tried using a round doodle weaving using an embroidery hoop! I did not adhere to anybody’s directions, I just built it up as I went together. I am sure there are superior methods to do this, but I just used tape, yarn, and a glue gun.

doodle weaving made with colorful yarn in a round embroidery hoop

For a lot more in-depth instructions, see my initially doodle weaving right here. I applied the same technique.

And if you want to see a shorter video, click on right here to watch my Instagram reel.

gathering yarns and planning a color story for the round weaving

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Materials needed for spherical doodle weaving:

~ Yarn in various hues and weights (you can go to a craft store or obtain on line – low cost yarn is just wonderful)

~ Wood embroidery hoop (I utilized an 8-inch hoop)

~ Masking tape

~ Pom-pom maker (optional)

~ Scorching glue gun

~ Craft wire for hanging

making the warp from yarn for a round weaving

How to make a spherical doodle weaving:

1. Set up the warp (these are the vertical threads). I did this by slicing a entire bunch of threads and then taping them to the aspect of the hoop. I did not evaluate, just eye-balled. I also loosely taped the hanging threads up to the side which is why it seems like there is so considerably tape.

doodle weaving with yarn using a fork as a tool to press down the weft

2. Start weaving. Everything goes, below. Refer back to my 1st doodle weaving submit for extra explicit guidelines. Just start out and conclude underneath. And use a fork to push down the weft (people are the horizontal threads).

doodle weaving with thick and thin yarns, using tape at the ends of the yarn instead of a needle

3. I use a “shoelace” strategy when weaving whereby I wrap the close of the yarn with a piece of tape so that it’s easier to weave with. This is simply because I cannot find my plastic weaving needles. But it’s also mainly because I simply cannot see perfectly ample to thread the needle. This strategy works actually properly for me. It’s rapid and easy.

doodle weaving with thick and thin yarns, using an embroidery hoop

4. You do not have to go from bottom to top when doodle weaving. You can start anyplace and transfer around until finally it’s all crammed up. I at some point want to weave like I would draw, but for now I instinctively go bottom to top. You can also go back in and fill spaces if there are gaps. The fork really aids to make it all tight.

Doodle weaving using an embroidery hoop

5. When completed, I pulled off the blue tape that I applied to loosely hold the ends, but I left the tape that holds the warp. I built guaranteed you could not see it when putting the outer hoop over the internal hoop. Tighten the outer hoop as tight as you can.

Tracing a pice of felt to glue onto the back of the embroidery hoop round weaving

6. Trace the hoop on to a piece of felt with a pencil.

Using hot glue on the back of an embroider hoop to seal the back of the round weaving

7. Very hot glue the felt to the back again. This is a definitely quick way to end the weaving so you don’t have to offer with all the ends!

Gluing on a piece of felt to the back of an embroidery hoop used to make a round weaving

Adding a homemade pom-pom to the round doodle weaving

8. Make a pom-pom to cover the minor knob on top of the hoop. Insert a piece of wire to hold!

Doodle weaving in a round embroidery hoop.

Voila! Do not neglect to watch the online video!

xo Bar

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