Review: Clover Weaving Sticks

Review: Clover Weaving Sticks | The Zen of Making

Fiber crafter pals: If you’ve been following along on Instagram and Twitter, wondering what in the world I was doing all of those sticks and all of that yarn, the wait is finally over. I reviewed the new Clover Weaving Sticks sets on Craft Test Dummies!

Review: Clover Weaving Sticks | The Zen of Making


Craft Tool Review: Clover Weaving Sticks

In the mood for a quick stash-busting yarn craft? The new Weaving Sticks from Clover USA definitely fit the bill! Super-easy and way faster than knitting or crochet, these portable weaving sticks are a fun alternative to more complex yarn crafts, and are a great option for whipping up accessories and simple projects.

What I loved:
1. Because there is a core yarn attached to each stick, you can make woven pieces any length you’d like, from only a few inches to many feet long.

2. A tapestry needle is included for weaving in ends and joining seams or pieces together, but it also fits through the holes at the ends of the sticks, making the core yarn easy to insert.

3. The weaving process is easy to start–making a slip knot is the


Review: Clover Weaving Sticks | The Zen of Making

Review: Clover Weaving Sticks | The Zen of Making

Want to know more? Head over to Craft Test Dummies to read the full review!

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5 thoughts on “Review: Clover Weaving Sticks

  1. I sent your review to my Mum. She teaches knitting and crochet to a group of ladies 70 yrs and older. For those who won’t be able to catch on to knitting/crochet, this might be something they could use and still be able to create with yarn. I had no idea this product existed, thanks for sharing.

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