Some of these have been featured before, some not. They are all made with pin looms, two of them using square and triangle style looms. You'll notice that a couple of the blankets spotlight a house medallion. I have always liked old fashioned brownstones and was delighted to discover that I could recreate the look of brick by using three layers of mahogany yarn woven with one layer of tan.
Anyhow, the point of this post is that if you have plans for a blanket for this winter, you need to consider starting NOW.
Pin loom blankets are different than knit or crochet. They start as a bunch of small squares and rectangles, each woven independently.
This is the perfect time to start thinking about your own winter blanket. What about drafting out a simplified picture of your own favorite house as the focal point and adding a couple borders of your favorite colors?
Even if you don't want to sweat over house details in the middle of summer, you can weave up the border blocks while sitting in the back yard.
Or start by picking out some soft yarn that is going to keep you cozy this winter and weave a few squares while you're at the pool.
Wherever you start, you're going to end up with a great blanket this winter in seemingly no time because so much of it was accomplished over lazy summer days.
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