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Releme 03-03-2011 12:17 AM

Family Circle Wonder Loom
 
I found in my grandmother's things a square cardboard loom with "family circle wonder loom" printed on it. There are 5 slits/notches in each side and the corners are numbered 1-4. I have googles instructions but come up empty. Does anyone have any info/instructions on this?
Thanks

TexOma 03-08-2011 02:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Releme (Post 1317412)
I found in my grandmother's things a square cardboard loom with "family circle wonder loom" printed on it. There are 5 slits/notches in each side and the corners are numbered 1-4. I have googles instructions but come up empty. Does anyone have any info/instructions on this?
Thanks

Hi- I am looking at my wonder loom right now. I have a bit of the original instructions left, too. They make a nice 4 inch square that consists of yarn wrapped around the board and then tied at the points where the yarns intersect in a grid pattern. email me if you wish me to send copy to you. TexOma

sallyssewingsomething 03-16-2011 11:17 AM

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Originally Posted by TexOma (Post 1317837)
Hi- I am looking at my wonder loom right now. I have a bit of the original instructions left, too. They make a nice 4 inch square that consists of yarn wrapped around the board and then tied at the points where the yarns intersect in a grid pattern. email me if you wish me to send copy to you. TexOma

Hello, I was looking for the instructions for the cardboard wonder loom. I do not throw anything away & found this cardboard loom in my grandmother's sewing box. I wrote to Family Circle & they took a long time to respond that they have no info on this. If you would be so kind to send me what you have. I* appreciate your time. Have a nice day.
Sally
:)

sallyssewingsomething 03-16-2011 12:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Releme (Post 1317412)
I found in my grandmother's things a square cardboard loom with "family circle wonder loom" printed on it. There are 5 slits/notches in each side and the corners are numbered 1-4. I have googles instructions but come up empty. Does anyone have any info/instructions on this?
Thanks

Hello,
Do you have the instructions now?
Sally

Mirl56 03-16-2011 12:09 PM

Is it similar to these?

http://www.knitting-and.com/small-lo...msandyarns.htm
http://www.squidoo.com/flower_looms
http://www.craftstylish.com/item/995...ge-flower-loom

Zelle 03-22-2011 01:25 PM

Family Circle Wonder Loom
 
I made a baby blanket for my son in 1981 using the wonder loom. I have been searching for years to find instructions to make another one. Can you PLEASE share the instructions with me? Thanks.

Zelle 03-22-2011 06:00 PM

Just wondering if you still have the instructions.

Porky 06-03-2011 09:56 AM

Family Circle Wonder Loom
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by TexOma (Post 1317837)
Hi- I am looking at my wonder loom right now. I have a bit of the original instructions left, too. They make a nice 4 inch square that consists of yarn wrapped around the board and then tied at the points where the yarns intersect in a grid pattern. email me if you wish me to send copy to you. TexOma

If you have the instructions for the use of the cardboard wonder loom, I would love to have them. I would like to make a baby sweater using it. If I remember right it was very simple to do. Thank you

fatoldladyinpjs 06-03-2011 10:52 PM

Here's an instruction video that may be what you want. The video goes fast.
http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to-we...d-loom-239221/

kstark77 08-28-2011 03:22 PM

Hi, I just stumbled across the wonder loom in cleaning out my mom's sewing room for her. If you have the instructions, I would really appreciate you sending them to me. I tried to e-mail you but just joined to get the instructions and I can't e-mail you until I have 10 posts... Hope you are able to e-mail me.

thanks :-)


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