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Potholder Loom Kit

$29.95
This knitting kit teaches kids the technique of weaving and to make something colorful, useful, and fun that they can be proud of! Details below.
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A perfect craft for kids, this potholder loom kit from Harrisville Designs is both fun and practical.


Makes two potholders!


Includes: metal potholder loom, cotton loops in 12 colors, metal weaving hook, plastic crochet hooks for finishing, and instructions.


Recommended for ages 6 and up.

A perfect craft for kids, this potholder loom kit from Harrisville Designs is both fun and practical.


Makes two potholders!


Includes: metal potholder loom, cotton loops in 12 colors, metal weaving hook, plastic crochet hooks for finishing, and instructions.


Recommended for ages 6 and up.

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