Remember making potholders when you were a child? It's still just as much fun, today. Harrisville Designs Potholder Kit (traditional size) gives you everything you need to get started making potholders with your child. The super-sturdy metal Potholder Loom measures 7-inch x 7-inch and includes simple instructions, a metal weaving hook, a plastic hook crochet hook for finishing, and enough 100% finest quality cotton loops to make 2 potholders. We've also included an order form so you can keep plenty of spare loops on hand. Kids enjoy making potholders with their favorite adult, family member, or friend. While having fun, they learn basic weaving skills; and strengthen hand-eye coordination plus manual dexterity. Weaving potholders is a wonderful, quiet activity for rainy or sick days, also on lengthy car trips to visit people and places. The loom is suitable for children ages 6 and up; and this is one of Harrisville's "Grandma and Me Pass it On" kits. Harrisville Designs is located in the Monadnock Highlands of Southwestern New Hampshire. A family owned business, established in 1971, their goal is to preserve and share the textile heritage of the small New Hampshire village by providing the highest quality materials for easy projects you and your children can make at home. Children feel proud when they create beautiful, practical items they can use at home or give as gifts. Visiting the "Potholder Pattern Wizard" at the Harrisville Designs site offers some utterly amazing pattern ideas. Hand weaving, knitting and felting are wonderful intergenerational activities your whole family can share. All Harrisville Design products are 100% proudly produced exclusively in the USA.
Do you remember making potholders when you were a kid? It's as much fun as ever with this classic craft kit. In addition to a sturdy, 7-square-inch metal loom, the kit includes simple instructions, a plastic hook, and enough cotton loops to make three to four potholders. (You also get a form for ordering additional loops.) Children learn basic weaving skills while building hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity. They also experience the satisfaction of creating their own colorful designs. Weaving potholders is a good quiet-time activity for rainy days, long car trips, or sick time. And kids feel proud to offer their creations as gifts or to sell at school fundraisers. --Joan DeClaire