Handwoven Baby Blankets Club ~ 4 Shaft Weaving
What better way to welcome that precious, tiny new person than with luxurious, handwoven blankets!
These beautiful, colorful designs will appeal to lovers of traditional weaves.
We've put together six blanket projects that are sure to please. These projects are featured in Handwoven Baby Blankets Book by Tom Knisely and can be woven on your 4-shaft loom.
Remember, baby blankets aren't just for babies. Lots of children would love a special blanket to call their own. Every child, no matter the age would love a beautiful, cozy blanket.
Blankets are so comforting. They are perfect to cuddle up with at story time, or maybe your little one is having a rough day and just wants to snuggle away the blues. Whatever the reason, a blankie is the perfect solution.
You will also enjoy the free book that is included! Handwoven Baby Blanket Book by Tom Knisely with more than 30 snuggly cozy projects to weave and enjoy.
What You Need
- 4-shaft loom
- 36” weaving width
- 2 shuttles
- various dent reeds
- experience reading drafts
What You Get
- Fun weaving projects each month that you are sure to enjoy
- All the yarns you’ll need to complete each project
- Free Book! Handwoven Baby Blanket Book by Tom Knisely
- Free Shipping on each kit when you join the club
What You Pay
*You will be billed $59.95 each month for 6 months. Your membership automatically ends after the sixth month.
Weaving kits that are included with club membership:
Pretty in Pink Baby Blankets (available in pink, jade, yellow or blue)
Wynken, Blynken and Nod Baby Blanket
Diamonds in the Sky Baby Blanket
Each kit can also be ordered individually from our Weaving Kit page.
Photo credits to Kathleen Eckhaus and Stackpole Publishing
Note: There is a $20 cancellation fee for any club that is cancelled before the 6-month membership ends.
Love these blanket kits!
It's so much fun to get a kit in the mail, even if I'm way behind on weaving! And I'm amazed at the beauty and softness of 8/4 cotton!
Love these blankets!
The patterns are beautiful and I never expected 8/4 cotton to weave up so nicely. I'm way behind on getting the blankets woven, but I'm enjoying each one!