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10 Weaving Projects for Kids

10 Awesome Weaving Projects for Kids

There’s something magical about weaving, and repetitive projects like this can really help your kids relax and work on their concentration. This list runs the gamut from simple weaving-just-to-weave projects to woven wearables and even a woven rug that your kids can help make.

1. Yarn-Wrapped Bracelets – How sweet are these cute little cuff bracelets made from paper towel or toilet paper tubes plus yarn from your stash.

2. Paper Weaving – This is pretty much as basic as weaving for kids can get, and the results are so cute! Wouldn’t these pretty woven paper pieces make fun holiday cards?

3. Painted Paper Weaving – If your child dug paper weaving, take it to the next level with this swirly project.

4. Hula Hoop Rug – Use your child’s hula hoop, and work together to create a colorful, usable rug.

5. CD Weaving – Remember CDs? If you have some sitting in your stash, your kids can use them for a simple, fun weaving project. Christmas ornaments, anyone?

6. Twig Weaving – I love a nature craft, and the combination of earthy twigs and brightly colored yarn is just lovely.

7. Trivet Loom – Remember making trivets on those cheap plastic looms as a kid? Your kids can do this project on a loom that you make from scratch!

8. Cardboard Mini Loom – These upcycled cardboard looms become part of the finished woven piece.

9. Friendship Bracelets – I love how so many of these weaving projects are taking me back to grade school. Teach your kids to make woven friendship bracelets, just like we used to make!

10. Paper Baskets – Younger kids might need a little bit of supervision for this woven project, since it does require a glue gun. But the results are so worth it!

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