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Paper Plate Weaving How To

Paper Plate Weaving How To
I have to confess, that there are not “many paper plate crafts” on Red Ted Art yet. I am not sure why, but paper plates are not something we have in our house. But it was it was time to change that……… especially as it is such a fun material to work with. The first thing we decided to have a go at, where those gorgeous Paper Plate Weaving crafts. Weaving is something we have wanted to do for a while and combining it with a paper plate is just perfect. (We are really “into” using wool for crafting at the moment. Click here to subscribe Or join us on Facebook ! Paper Plate Weaving Materials: A paper plateWool of different coloursScissorsoptional – plastic needle for guiding Paper Plate Weaving How To: I did all the paper plate weaving PREPPING for the children. 1) Begin by marking out an UNEVEN set of “petals”. *note: some peoplemake a hole in the centre, and thread all the wool through in “pairs”. 2) Take your wool and place it between your first two petals. 4) Now you are ready to weave.

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