Weaving Sticks Monsters


Weaving Sticks Monsters

It’s no surprise that the Weaving Sticks continue to receive positive response. There are so many things you can make with them and they’re easy to set up and use which makes them perfect for children. You can create scarves, belts, headbands, purses, and more!

We have another easy beginner project idea to get you started on your way.


Instructions: Use 5 thin weaving sticks

Cut 5 lengths of yarn each 1yd, thread each Weaving Stick with the yarn doubling it by pulling yarn to its center. This is the warp.

Follow package instructions for weaving with 3 or more Weaving Sticks.

Weave on 5 sticks with yarn for approx. 10″. Making sure to always have at least 2-3″ of weave on your sticks until your project is complete.

Tie weaving yarn to the last stick; cut the yarn leaving an approx. 5″ tail. Push all of the weaving yarn off the sticks and center on the warp, remove sticks.

To secure your work, tie off any excess warp thread on each end.

Use the excess warp thread to create hair and legs for the monster. To create arms, Use a 10″ strand of yarn and fold it in half. Insert the folded end of yarn on each side edge. Use a crochet hook or fingers to grab the two strands of yarn and pull them through the loop. Gently pull on strands of yarn to draw them down snuggly.

Use glue to secure wiggly eyes and mouth for your monster.

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We can’t wait to see your little monsters!

2 thoughts on “Weaving Sticks Monsters

    • Weaving Sticks should be available at your local craft and hobby store. I’m sorry to hear that you’re having a difficult time finding Weaving Sticks in your area. Of course, you always have the option of ordering from an online retailer such as Amazon.com. Please contact us if you have any further questions.
      Thank you,
      Clover Team

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