Mirrix Knows Creating Is Necessary: The Bauble Bracelet
Weaving Beads on The Saffron Pocket Loom
The Saffron Pocket Loom: Begin Here
Did you just purchase a Saffron Pocket Loom?
Here we've compiled all of our resources for using this loom all in one place.
No Warp-Ends/Four Selvedge Weaving on a Saffron Pocket Loom
Mirrix Knows Creating Is Necessary: Woods Hole Lighthouse Bead Pattern
Mirrix Knows Creating Is Necessary: Purple and Green Celtic Knot by Jacqui McCloy Pell
Mirrix Knows Creating Is Necessary: The Mini Scribble Landscape Tapestry
Mirrix Knows Creating Is Necessary: Woven Silk & Bead Bracelet Free Project
Mirrix Knows Creating Is Necessary: Free Bead Patterns
In these trying times, we at Mirrix Looms are committed to helping our community get through each day the only way we know how. We will be posting new and old (but previously no longer available) free projects, free downloads and videos to keep you inspired and learning regardless of the loom you use to weave.
We are starting with three free bead patterns. Click each one to download. (Note: These are quite a few years old, we used to sell them, so we cannot guarantee that the bead numbers are totally up to date.)
Win A Saffron Pocket Loom
"But I Don't Need Another Craft." (Five Reasons Why You Do)
Why Warp Spacing Matters (Updated)
In Defense Of The Side Hustle
Lately, side-hustles have gotten a lot of flack. "Why can't hobbies be just for fun?" "Don't people weave just to weave anymore?" "Not everyone needs to sell their work." And I get it, I do, and until I started to really think about it I was of the, "Why does everything have to be about sales and attention?" camp. I want people to feel like they can weave for the sake of weaving and not with an added pressure to have to sell their work. There is something sacred in that and that easy to forget when you default pace of life is feverish.
But I feel the need to defend the side hustle.