Pin weaving is a form of small-scale weaving traditionally done on a frame made of pins, with the warp and weft wrapping around the pins. Pin-woven textiles have a selvedge all the way around.
The equipment needed for pin weaving is minimal, consisting of straight pins; a padded board that can be pinned; a rectangle of iron-on interfacing; pearl cotton to make the loom; and a tapestry needle that you will use to weave an assortment of textured threads and perhaps strips of fabric into your finished piece.
The size of the weave determines the size of the board. You can purchase the padded board from a retail store or make your own.
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