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For the younger Mirrix bead weaver

Ever since we had some amazing kids take part in a bead weaving class back in December, we have been thinking a lot about weaving and kids.¬†We believe that when it comes to art, high quality tools and materials are key and this certainly applies to weaving. Plastic beads and a loom with bad tension just can’t produce the same quality work that a good loom and nice beads can.

We are working on some fun and easy kits targeted towards beginners and even young (12 and up) weavers. We are focusing on bright colors, larger beads and simple patterns.

Do you weave with yours kids or grandkids? Do you have any advice for the kits we are developing? Let us know in the comments!

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One Response to For the younger Mirrix bead weaver

  1. Dona - Reply

    January 22, 2014 at 2:29 pm

    Grandchildren are too young for weaving on these looms (7 years and younger). And we live too far away for steady weaving fun. I’ve started them with potholder looms and kumihimo. When they are ready, we will move up to a Friendly lap loom and then Mirrix. Looking forward to that time in life.

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