Roving Loom - weaving hope

by Roving Loomatic in Baschurch, England, United Kingdom

Roving Loom - weaving hope
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Making for the mind - weaving hope, untangling stigma from mental health challenges, and breaking taboos through textiles.

by Roving Loomatic in Baschurch, England, United Kingdom

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£18 or more

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Neon Roving Loom

Made from perspex that's had a previous life these kits may have perfect imperfections that may reveal what they once were. Each Roving Loom kit will be made from resources rescued from recycling, therefore, reducing the environmental impact of the material. Kit includes - Loom Bobbin/Beater Needle Warping Thread Weaving material

£3 or more

Virtual Weaving

Send me you shout out (wave), wish, worry to weave away. Each one will be written on plarn (100% upcycled plastic yarn made from carrier bags) and woven together with other wishes, worries and waves. Each one will be recorded and shared with you on social media should you wish to see it, or leave it anonymous and it can be shared on the Roving Loom social media without your name.

£9 or more

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Highly Strung?

A laser cut greeting card to keep or send. You can create a weave and send it to the recipient or send it 'un-strung' to let the recipient weave away their worries. Blank inside, each card will come with loose cotton thread to weave with and an envelope.

£25 or more

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Name that Loom!

Personalise a loom with a name, location, date, or anything else that can be made up of letters and numbers all in a row...personalisation up to 25 characters.

£50 or more

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Get One give One

No need to chose with this pack, you get it ALL, including personalisation if you wish, PLUS a neon loom kit will be given to Designs in Mind, a working studio in Shropshire that helps adult live with mental health challenges, they helped me, now I'd like to help them help others.

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