Andean Pebble Weave

I have been making some key fobs on my inkle loom using the instructions from Laverne's e-book (available at Weavezine) and am pleased with the ease of the process as well as the results. Because I am using a "regular" sized inkle loom, I even have room for the saver cord that Laverne so highly recommends. 

          

 

 

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Aha! I was wondering when you posted the picture in the backstrap group if you were manually picking all the sheds or using string heddles so now I see. yes, that is a great inkle loom for this with all that lovely room in front. What kind is it?

I am writing my blog as i write this comment...may I use your pictures?

Don't forget to name your loom in your reply please :-) Nice design too!

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Yes, you may use my pictures - always and forever - it's the least I can do to repay you for sharing your knowledge!

The inkle loom is one I bought off ebay from bigfam15. I believe he also has an etsy store. The wood is recycled from a church pew. 

Wild color warp coming up next!

 

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Is that the same guy who made Lisa's loom? I remember you asked me about her loom once. That would explain all the room as I wove on her loom on that road trip and it was great and thanks for letting me use the pics.

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My inkle loom was not made by the same person who made Lisa's loom. I have not ventured into the "mini" inkle loom world yet. I am waiting for the 'perfect' one and I think there are some companies working on just that. I think there is a market for such a thing. And wouldn't it be nice if it would weave a bit wider too!

 

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Yep, that's wild! I can't make out what color you have with the orange. Is that a red or a purple? Show us the other side! Plans for this?

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That is burgundy in the background with the orange. I originally had burgundy with an apple green, but the green was not enough contract for the yellow. So, even though I don't like orange, I thought it would be wild, and so it seems to be!

When my daughter saw this on the loom, she immediately "claimed" it, so I guess I'll make a series of key fobs. I am working on other design variations now.

Here is the other side: