Kids Potholder Weaving Loom GIVEAWAY

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Kids Potholder Weaving Loom Giveaway by Craft Project Ideas

As you know from my summer lovin' post from earlier this week, we are enjoying the childhood classic craft of weaving potholders with a simple square loom and stretchy fabric loops.

The kit we are using was sent to us to try out by Craft Project Ideas, one of my blog sponsors and a company that sells arts and crafts materials and kits through Walmart and shares craft tutorials and ideas on their website.

Would you like to win a potholder weaving loom for your kids? Craft Project Ideas is giving a kit away to one lucky Artful Parent reader. To enter, see the giveaway details below…. 

The kids' weaving loom kit is for ages 5 and up and includes a loom, a hook, 165 loops (enough for 4 potholders & you can always buy more), and an instruction sheet. If you need a little extra help with instructions, Craft Project Ideas has a good step-by-step photo tutorial on their site.  

Giveaway!

Made by Me Kids Weaving LoomReaders who leave a comment to this post by Wednesday, July 3rd at 11:59pm EST will be entered to win a Made by Me! Weaving Loom from Craft Project Ideas. Winner will be chosen by random number generator and announced here on Thursday (I will also email the winner). Giveaway open to US residents who are 18 and older. The weaving loom will be shipped via FedEx, so the winner must provide a physical address rather than a PO Box.

Good luck!

Giveaway now over.

The random number generator gave me #39, so Heather Collins wins the weaving loom. Congrats, Heather! (I will e-mail you.)

Heather Collins said…

My daughter Sophie is 6 and would love this! She's been helping me knit and sew for years. Thanks for the chance!

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  1. says

    This was my absolute number one favorite toy as a child! Now my boys fight over the one they have at the Montessori preschool!

  2. says

    WOO HOO!! I made so many of these as a little girl…truth is, I still love this. Great toy for fine motor, and my 2 year old, 6 year old and 9 year old would LOVE it.

  3. says

    Blast from the past! I remember my potholders as if I weaved them days rather than decades ago.
    My young daughter will love weaving, maybe as much as us weaving more memories together.

  4. [email protected] says

    One of my favorite crafts as a kid–and I still have some my cousins made me as wedding presents! 16 years ago!

  5. Alicia G says

    Oh that looks like so much fun!
    Much <3 for the random number generator too. Sometimes I put my to do list in their list randomizer for the heck of it. :)

  6. Liz says

    My oldest daughter received one of these as a gift one year, and she loved it. I’m sure my younger daughter or son would love to try one out for themselves. Thanks for the contest!

  7. Brandie says

    I was just looking at this kit for my almost 5 year old. She would love it! Thanks for the chance to win it :)

  8. says

    My middle son is almost five and he adores following directions. I wonder if he’d like something like this. Hmm. This may be just what I need to get for him to try out. Thanks for posting about it. (:

  9. Chris Conn says

    Pot holders made by granddaughters are the BEST!!!!!!! Couldn’t tell you how many I have made over the years……

  10. Jenn W. says

    We bought a similar set to give as a birthday present recently — my son (4) was bummed to give it away!

  11. says

    This looks like so much fun–I definitely remember making stacks of these when I was little. :) I think my 7-year-old would this! :)

  12. Jacque says

    I was just thinking about these classic looms not long ago! Our grandson comes to see us for one weekend per month & we do lots of activities. He would love this!

  13. Kelsey Tritabaugh says

    I’ve been working on coming up with new ideas for my 5 year old and think he would love this for some quiet time during our summer afternoons.

  14. [email protected] says

    I remember making pot holders like that when I was a kid and was just thinking about getting some weaving material. I am an after school day care provider and was looking for some new things to do with my kids.

  15. Kim says

    I had one of these as a kid and loved it. My boys are a little young for it still but it would be perfect for them to grow into using. Thanks for doing this giveaway! :)

  16. Marian says

    Loved weaving when I was a little girl. I got to make pot holders & placemats. I hope my kids can pick it up & enjoy it as much as I did.

  17. Chrissy PukkLocke says

    i had a weaving loom my grandfather made out of wood. I made bags, place mats and christmas gifts for a few years, i still remember the pride i felt give people THINGS that were useful, instead of drawings and things glued together. l was introduced to crochet and i’m still addicted to crochet. i believe having a wee loom as a kid taught me an appreciation for textiles that continues today. i would love the opportunity to share this with my 2 girls (4 1/2 and 1 1/2) thankyou

  18. Angie Franckewich says

    My sister and I used these as children- we still have the potholders! I loved making these, and am sure my own kids would too!

  19. Amanda Bales says

    I would love to have one of these for my kiddos, they love to create, and this would fulfill that need for sure. Thanks for the entry!

  20. T. Wighton says

    My daughter had the opportunity to weave on an antique loom and she fell in love with it. This would be so much fun and she would be so delighted to be able to weave again. And at home – bonus!!

  21. Erin says

    My 6 yr old is having tonsils out, and I may have to buy one of these for her to do as a nice quiet activity this summer!

  22. Megan says

    My kids and I do a lot of craft projects during the summer and this is one we haven’t done yet, but I think they would enjoy! And I would enjoy it even more if we win the free kit!

  23. Christina says

    My daughter loves to do crafts and unfortunately has a mother is crafty and creatively challenged. This is something she and Incould easily do together and she’d love it.

  24. Katy says

    Would love to win! I’ve been wanting to get one for my kids to try, but just haven’t done it. Love it that the loops are so nicely colored!

  25. [email protected] says

    Awesome idea! I think my dd would
    Love to do this, she is very into doing art projects

  26. says

    I loved this as a young girl!! There were several years where my relatives graciously received sets of potholders that I proudly presented to them–an assortment of colors for the various holidays and others carefully made to coordinate with their kitchen color schemes. My daughter would love this! It would be a great Mommy/Daughter project. Thank you for bringing back fond memories and inspiring new activities!

  27. Leslie says

    I remember having loads of fun using a plastic loom like this when I was a kid and have often thought of introducing it to my two kids and my nephew, who is often hanging out with us. I would love to win one….then I only have to buy one more. LOL

  28. Katie says

    My five year old would love this! And it would be a late birthday present for him, since his birthday was just last week.

  29. Janet says

    I used one of these as a kid…my daughters used one…and I’d love to start my granddaughter with it. Thanks for the chance

  30. Ally Cohen says

    I remember spending so much time doing and designing these pot holders as a kid. Thanks for reminding me that my just turned 5 big girl would probably like this too!

  31. says

    Hi Jean! Oh my goodness, I want to win this so badly as I had one of these when I was a kid and just loved it! I actually need new pot holders, so this would be perfect if I won one! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway! Hugs, Valerie

  32. Mary Elizabeth VonDras says

    I had one of those looms back in the ’70′s!!! Loved it! Though, I remember kind of dull colors for the little loop thingees –real color, bright and happy = more fun for kids!!
    This would be a great activity for kids who need work on fine motor skills, like my son. Wonder how he would take to it! If We could weave a landing pad for his Lego Batman villians!!! :)
    Mary Eliz. In Green Bay.

  33. [email protected] says

    My 5 year Los would love

  34. Angela K says

    Loved weaving as a child. Many of the pot holders I made as a child for my grandmother are now in my own possession. Would love to pass the love of weaving to my niece who is the perfect age for this!

  35. sara c says

    I remember making tons of gifts and projects with mine as a child…my daughter would love it too! A new generation of fun!

  36. MG Marquez says

    What a great kit! My 5 year old would just love this! Thanks for having such a cool site and giveaway :-)

  37. grace says

    Oh .. this is such a great giveaway .. my son loves to do anything crafty, I know this is not limited only for girls but for boys as well. He loves making “home-made” gifts for grandmas, so they would love to receive a home-made pot holder from their grandson :-) Thanks for the chance.

  38. Amanda says

    My son used this in his Montessori school to make my Mother’s Day gift and I treasure it. We’d love to make more for the grandparents, aunts, and teachers. this is a great giveaway for both boys and girls

  39. Maura says

    What fun for summer rainy rainy days… My son would love it! And we need some new potholders around here…

  40. Diane says

    This is a great way to develop fine motor skills while being creative and fun at the same time. It is suitable for a variety of ages too. It’s perfect for an outdoor craft on a sunny summer afternoon.

  41. Jenn says

    I absolutely loved this as a kid! I remember making a red, white, and blue potholder for my grandparents–to “match” their kitchen. Thanks so much for the memories and for the chance to win!

  42. Lori Z. says

    My daughter tried doing this with my mother in law a couple years ago…they couldn’t do the ends so Grandma sewed the end together instead. I think maybe she’d be old enough to give it another try.

  43. katie says

    Wow. I didn’t know they still made these. One of my favorite craft projects as a kid! My six year old would enjoy.

  44. Christy B says

    Oh my, this was my absolute favorite craft to do as a child – I used to try to sell my creations to our neighbors. :) What a awesome give away, thanks for the opportunity!

  45. melinda fritz says

    these a re cool. i used them as a teen.
    no w that im an adult i d like to us ethem with my daughter

  46. Bernadette says

    I loved doing these as a little girl & it’s something that both of my daughters would love as well. Great giveaway!

  47. Sandra Austin says

    Would love to win this giveaway! It would be used heavily by Girl Scouts and 4-Her’s :-)

  48. Chris DeRosa says

    My grandson is always trying to think of ways to earn money.. He can make these and sell them to his aunts and grandmas…

  49. says

    I enjoyed this as a child and gave me pride in making thigs to give to loved ones. I would love to see the happiness fill my grand daughters face as she learned to do this as well!

  50. Karli Cheesebrew says

    I had one as a child, such a wonderful feeling being able to make something to help out a grownup (for a child) puts such a sweet smile on their little faces!

  51. Brenda Harmon says

    Loved this as a child! And, still love it as a grandmother! I have two grand boys who are interested.

  52. says

    I have been trying to find one of these for my daughter for the longest time! All the places I checked were all sold out :(

  53. Marva Gresham says

    Wow does this bring back memories. When I was a child, I would make pot holders. Proudly give them to my mother and she loved them, kept them all forever. Now I can give my daycare/preschool kids a chance to make one for their parents!

  54. says

    that is so beautiful
    apart from wanting to enter in, Jean i have to say, i absolutely love what you are doing here. i am a primary school teacher and the ways in which you have helped my daily life is fer-nominal. i admire you!
    thank you

  55. Jen says

    I used to make these all the time when I was younger. I can’t wait to introduce my daughter to loom weaving.

  56. Kristin Zueger says

    I loved making pot holders as a kid, I was so proud every time I saw my grandmother using one in her kitchen. It would be great to pass on the tradition and share that experience with my son too.

  57. Megan says

    We recently tried paper weaving with our daughter and she had so much fun with it. With the ability to make something “real”, she would probably be create something everyday!

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