Weaving with Children

Ute Fischer; Translated by Anna Cardwell

Out of print

Quick Look

  • A fun-filled book with creative weaving projects, perfect for children and adults to do together
  • Learn to weave a wonderful variety of objects, from a scarf and a mug warmer to a dreamcatcher and an Easter hen
  • A great resource for parents and teachers, illustrated with colour photographs and step-by-step instructions

Step-by-step illustrated instructions for weaving a wonderful variety of objects. Ideal for parents or teachers working with children.

229 x 210 mm
Floris Books
Crafts & Activities
colour illustrations
Age Range:
From 7 to 14 years
104 pages
Publication date:
19 Sep 2013


Weaving is a creative and practical art that's great fun for all ages and abilities. This original book shows you how to weave a wonderful variety of objects -- special jewellery, a pretty bag, juggling balls, a snug scarf and even a scary spider in its web.

Some of the items have handy everyday uses -- a phone pocket, a mug warmer and a coin purse -- and some are just great fun -- fairyland mushrooms, a dreamcatcher and an Easter hen.

Each enjoyable project is accompanied by easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions and colour photos showing children how to weave with a variety of materials from traditional wool, to rags and plastic bags.

Ideal for parents or teachers, the projects are most suitable for children aged 7 to 14 years old.


'This book brings a new dimension to weaving. It would really appeal to an artistic child.'
Home Education Advisory Service


Ute Fischer is a parent and teacher who has won prizes for her original craft designs. She lives in Germany.

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