Cut a piece of yarn that is as long as your arm span.
Put tape on the end of your yarn so it doesn't fray.
Tie the end (that doesn't have tape) to the middle of your circle loom.
Using the "fake shoelace" taped end, begin weaving under and over the warp strings.
After you go under and over four or five strings, pull the excess yarn through.
Continue to go under and over until you have used up all your yarn.
When you are done with your first color, tuck the taped end under your weaving.
Take your next color of yarn and tuck the non taped end under your weaving, right where you left off with your first color.
Continue to weave with "fake shoelace" end just like you did with your first color.
When your weaving is about the size of a baseball, you are finished. Once again, tuck the taped end under your weaving.
Using pencil, draw a radial design around your weaving.
Color the radial design using the same yarn colors that you used. If you would like to, you can outline your radial design in black Sharpie marker.
- 12 or 14 inch cardboard circle loom
- 3 or 4 different colors of yarn