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Branch weaving is sort of a combination of yarn bombing (which I would love to do someday on a massive scale) and a dream catcher. It is different and...
You will need the following items to complete this project: branch yarn scissors large plastic needle crochet hook
If you don't have a tree to prune of your own you could go foraging in the woods for the perfect branch or you could watch around your neighborhood. C...
Once you have chosen a branch you can wind it with yarn, string or thread. What ever you choose is fine. I chose to use yarn for my entire piece. Tie...
The branch I chose is approximately - 20 inches (from the start of the yarn to the end of the yarn on the bottom branch) 21 inches (from the start of...
Using a crochet hook catch the ends of the threads on the underneath side of the weaving project so they don't hang out. Trim any long pieces. Hang o...
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