Saturday, April 1, 2017

Price List

Daisy Hill Handiworks, llc
517 West First Street~Saint Charles, MN  55972
Visit me on Facebook at Daisy Hill Handiworks, llc
or call me at 507-438-6038.

There are two sizes of pegs to choose from:

1/4" black or white plastic - $1.85 each on a 2"x 2" board  - $1.75 on a 1" x 2" board 
5/16" black or white plastic - $1.95 each on a 2" x 2" board - $1.85 on a 1" x 2" board  

Longer pegs (6") are available for an additional $.10 (1/4") or $.15 (5/16") each.  
Popular spacing on center are 1/2", 5/8" and 3/4".

Common 1/4” peg looms with 1/2” spacing on center on a 2”x 2” board include:

PL 300  12 pegs, weaving width is 5 3/4” = $22.20
PL 301  18 pegs, weaving width is 8 3/4” = $33.30
PL 302  24 pegs, weaving width is 11 3/4” = $44.40
PL 303  36 pegs, weaving width is 17 3/4” = $66.60
PL 304  48 pegs, weaving width is 23 3/4” = $88.80

Common 5/16” peg looms with 5/8” spacing on center on a 2” x 2” board include:

PL 311  14 pegs, weaving width is 8 7/16” = $26.80
PL 310  18 pegs, weaving width is 10 15/16” = $35.10
PL 312  24 pegs, weaving width is 14 11/16” = $46.80
PL 313  36 pegs, weaving width is 22 3/16” = $70.20
PL 314  48 pegs, weaving width is 29 11/16” = $93.60   

Why Daisy Hill plastic pegs?  
~  Set deep so they don't come out easily when weaving
~  Smooth holes so they are easy to thread and non abrasive to your warp
~  Break resistant
~  Won't swell in the humidity 
You can customize your loom.  Choose your spacing, peg size, and peg length.  You can have it custom painted with your choice of topic and colors.  Clamping ends may be added for an additional $4.00.  Stands are available for the 1" x 2" looms for $10.00.  

We also custom make weaving supplies.  Anything is possible, JUST ASK!

Monday, August 24, 2015

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Weaving Sticks Available.

Weaving sticks are now available.
You can make scarves, belts, purse straps or even rugs. 
They come with a stand and can be used just like a peg loom.
They are 1/4" pegs and 6 inches long. If you would like them
made from 5/16 in pegs, that is also possible. 
White plastic pegs are available if desired.

This rug was made using two sticks and sewn together like
a braided rug would be.  I used and old flannel sheet.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Horse Blanket

Here is the picture of  a blanket with a horse on it for my granddaughter.  She loves horses, and at the age of 7 is quite the rider.  She asked for a blanket with a horse on it for Christmas, so Grandma did it.  Of course, like everything else in my life, it was kind of down to the last minute, working until all hours of the night.  It was done on time, but not without a few problems.

My control foot on my sewing machine kept sticking, and that is not a good thing when doing applique work.  The other thing that I should have done was draw the whole thing out before I started.  But then it wouldn't have been a challenge, and I love a good challenge.  She was very pleased, and so was I.  The mane and tail swing freely.  It was a labor of love.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

My friend is to blame for all of this craziness!

I have a friend who is quiet, calm but full of trouble. You see, we are complete opposites
as far as first impressions go. I am loud and a bit crazy. Ann is quiet and reserved.
But under her quiet exterior, there is a crazy lady, just lying in the weeds. Between the two
of us, we can come up with some pretty crazy ideas.

The whole peg loom idea came from her. Ann had seen one, then made one
for herself. She is quite resourceful. It was made from a old piece of wood and some
old chair rails that she got at an auction. Her handyman tools are limited and with some determination, she got it done. It turned out great. But me, just being me, thought I would
like to make one too.

So this new adventure of making peg looms has blossomed into my own business. I am
fortunate to be married to a man that has a lot of woodworking tools. I can make more
than just peg looms, so if there is something special that you need, between him and me,
we can make just about anything.

Ann and I have taken the time to improve the product to where it is affordable and easy to use.
Ann sells beautifully hand dyed fiber, roving and yarns.  She has some of the most beautiful
yarns that I have ever seen.  Her business name is Maple Corners if you want to take a look
at all of the wonderful things she does.

I will be posting some of the things that I make soon. Heck, just figuring out this blog thing is
a big jump for me. So I will keep you posted......

Lynette Richter