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~How to Make Potholder Loopers~

***NOTE: This is an e-book only-and NOT an actual or physical item.

But it is a really cool e-book we must say! 30 photo PAGES!

BEGINNER level, a step-by-step PHOTO tutorial. No drawings or diagrams to try and figure out! You will just love the actual pictures.

So you want to make your OWN Potholder Loopers, well you've come to the right place....so hopefully you have a quality Loom to work with and if not, you know where to get one! The Swedish Flicka Looms are guaranteed to make you smile and eliminate the frustration of loopers popping off the loom while you work on your project.


Socks-lots of them...old ones, holy ones, lonely onlies.
( just NOT your dads socks...he will get a bit riled up to be sure.)

Rotary cutter
Cutting Mat

Of course you could use scissors but you are not going to get the same finished product easily. Your hands/fingers really start to hurt after cutting- ohhh say about- the 2nd one.

Alrighty-are you ready then?! Let's do this!

This is 30- pages of actual photographs. More than just a simple written pattern, this download is like a mini-class. This is a PDF format.

(PDF stands for "portable document format". It was introduced to ease the sharing of documents between computers and across operating system platforms when you need to save files that cannot be modified but still need to be easily shared and printed.)

Download instantly. Suitable for a beginner! If any of the instructions are unclear, just etsy message OR Convo us here at our studio, and we will happily help you out with any queries you might have. We welcome your feedback and input.

You may choose to print out this tutorial OR simply keep the digital format handy on your computer or other electronic device, whichever works best for you.

AND if you don't feel like making your own Potholder Loopers yourself afterall-then we have plenty of colours all ready for you in the shop to purchase!

Happy weaving from all of us here at The Swedish Flicka!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I wash my Patchwork Scarf?

Patchwork Scarf Care:

Spot clean if possible. Please follow the directions on the items tag. It will direct you to wash on delicate in a mesh/ lingerie bag or tied pillow case and make sure the water is cool.

Do NOT put the Patchwork Scarf in the dryer-let it air dry on a hanger. You may iron the cotton pieces on the front side but not the fleecy squares or the reverse fleecy side or they will most assuredly melt and stick to the iron.

There is just no way to know how each washing machine will affect the items, however, they are all sturdily made and should stand the test of time. Just give proper attention prior to washing and that will ensure that it stays in fine condition.

Are The Swedish Flicka Patchwork Scarves REALLY one-of-a-kind?

YES! We make everything in small batches here, so even if we use similar fabrics and patterns, and square placement, there will never ever be two Patchwork Scarves that are exactly alike. So each one is truly a unique masterpiece!

How do I clean my Rag Rug?

You can throw the Rag Rug into the washing machine on gentle cycle with as little agitation as possible, and air dry over a stair banister OR chair back until completely dry. However, a very old fashioned & traditional way of cleaning a Rug is the freezing snow method. On a cold, clear day (25°F/ - 3° or colder) with at least several inches of fresh powder snow, take the Rug outside and leave it for a couple of hours until it has frozen. Lay the stiff carpet in the snow and whack the exposed surface with a broom. Shake the rug out, turn it over on a fresh patch of snow, and beat the other side. If you wait for a cold, dry day, the rug will barely become wet when you clean it this way. Just brush off any loose snow before you take it inside.

Wholesale availability

We gladly offer wholesale pricing for some of our items, upon request. Thank you for enquiring!

Gift wrapping and packaging

Our items are all carefully packaged to look extra 'gifty' already, but if you need more fluff to make it look like an official present then just let us know and we can make it look just right-for an additional $5.00. We can arrange a gift wrap listing and small note tucked in, just for you!

Do you have a query you would like us to add here?

Just let us know and we can clarify all the details!

How do I wash my Patchwork Baby Blankie?

Patchwork Blankie Care:

We understand baby accessories require lots of washing. So to extend the life of your Blankie, we suggest washing it on a delicate cycle. It has already been washed and dried here at our studio so we hope your washing machine is as gentle as ours.

There is just no way to know how each washing machine will affect the items, however, they are all sturdily made and should stand the test of time. Just give proper attention to washing and drying, and that will ensure that it stays in fine condition for your enjoyment.

Reviews (4)


So useful for me and my weaving

Artikel entspricht der Beschreibung. Danke.

Neat pattern,looking forward to making this

GREAT tutorial. I am going to use this in my occupational therapy sessions with students I see. Thank you for sharing.

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