Here is the tutorial on how to weave on the loom I showed you.
You can weave yarn or cut up fabric.I like to use my old clothes and pretty fabric.
Again,if something is unclear Im happy to give answers to your questions! :)
Get your fabric or clothes and cut thin strips from it.
The longer the strips are the easier it will be to weave them.
Tie the strip to the first yarn.
*You can sew it instead if you want to avoid lumps from the knots.
Be sure to leave out at least two fingers of yarn before you start,because on the end you will need to cut and tie the yarn.
For me its easier if I lean the loom against the table or a chair.
Now to start the weaving!
Pull the fabric under the second yarn.
Above the third,under the fifth,above the sixth,under the seventh...
I think you get the picture. :)
When your turning around make sure that if your fabric is under,you pull it above in the turn.Like on the picture.
Now if you want to change color or your fabric is out,always do it on the end.Never in the middle.
Get your new strip of fabric and tie or sew them together.
Keep on weaving.
Use your fingers to press the weaving together.
You dont want to have holes in your weaving.
TAKING YOUR WORK OFF THE LOOM
(when you are done with the size you wanted to weave dont forget to leave two fingers of yarn on the end too.For the same reasons as on the beginning.)
Cut off the yarn from the nails.
Tie the yarns together two by two.
Then tie them together again two by two.
Do the same on the other side too.
This is one of my work taken off the loom.
If you sew the strips of fabric together when weaving them,you will avoid these.
If you tie them together like I did,to get rid of them you will need to pull them in the weaved piece with a crochet hook.
When your done,you can use them as rugs,sew bags from it,use them for seat covers...
I have one in my bathroom as a rug.