Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Weaving Loom

Ms. Burrito find crocheting a little complicated so she stop doing it for a while. Her Aunt, Chris,  gave her a set of weaving loom during her birthday and she loves doing it. 
Thank you so much Chris, you ignited  another  interest from my  princess.
To make one pot holder, it cost $1.25, she charges 75 cents for labor so she sells them for $2 each.
We bought her  additional boxes of loops because she got  an order from our friend in Texas.  I hope you enjoy  my little entrepreneur's creation.  She is my  apprentice hehehe.  Way to go Ms. Burrito.

58 comments:

  1. It's good that she's having a lot of fun with it. Have a fabulous week.

    Liz @ MLC

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  2. Hi, I have an award for you at my blog!

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  3. my daughter's doing this!
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  4. interesting...i have these as door mats, but not as colorful.:p
    i tried crochet more than a decade ago--started on a coaster. it's still half-done to this day. LOL

    A is for...

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    1. Wish I could make a bigger piece like a doormat.

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  5. That brought back a memory I forgot I had because it reminded me I had a weaving loom as a child too. She is very enterprising.

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    1. It's fun to make this, isn't it?

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  6. Encouragement and entrepreneurship go hand-in-hand..great looking apprentice!

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  7. Very nice ! Looks very pretty !
    Gattina
    ABC Team

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  8. Wow, negosyante na and very creative:)

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  9. Very creative - lovely colours!
    Greetings from Australia ~Pernilla

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  10. Super. So good that she is doing something creative :)

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  11. that is super neat. talented kid :) i wish i know how to do that, you beat me pretty girl :D

    here's mine http://www.noypeeto.net/2012/07/soak-city.html

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  12. Thank you for hosting :) Have a great weekend!!
    Greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

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  13. Wonderful compositions. Pleasantly holiday colors.

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  14. What a productive, fun and interesting hobby, not to mention colorful! It's my first time to join. Here's my entry: http://www.pensivethoughts.com/2012/07/playtime-fun-time-at-market-market-and-serendra.html

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  15. So colorful! What a fun and educational craft. I remember doing this. My photo is B&W this week.

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  16. Oh My, I haven't seen these weaving looms in forever! I did this when I was a little girl. I remember how much fun it was making designs with all the different colors. Thanks for hosting your sweet party.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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    1. wow, so this must be around for a long time now.

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  17. I remember making these. So much fun.

    New follower and thanks for the linky

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    1. I am glad that this is still around.

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  18. Awww what a sweetie!
    Such cute potholders and she is a good business woman too :-)

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  19. Oh goodness -what beautiful colors. Love that she can make a little money from her fun and colorful hobby.
    Thank you for sharing and Happy Pink Saturday.
    Blessings,
    Erin

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    1. I am saving my money to buy me a car someday hehehe

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  20. Those are cute and look like so much fun! Thanks for the invite to your Color Connection! Have a great weekend!

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    1. Thank you for visiting back. I hope you join!

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  21. what a very nice hobby! it looks like you and your little miss burritos are having fun doing it. It is just too pretty to use as pot holder. :) Happy Weekend! It is raining hard here in Manila!

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  22. The potholders are really great! Liz

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  23. Happy Pink Saturday, As a child I made those pot holders and my children made them and now my grandchildren are making them. A great old craft. Joyous Wishes, Linda

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    1. Awww, I would teach my kids this craft too.

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  24. awwwwwwwww...pretty impressive Rye! you have a future entrepreneur right there sis....:)

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    1. Thank you so much tita for ordering! That was my biggest sale ever. You are so kind!

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