If you have a child around the age of 10, then you’ve probably noticed that they view themselves as being mature and too old for some of the former “immature stuff” they used to do. Once children begin to get to the ages of 7 and above, they start becoming interested in doing new and different things instead of just playing with toy cars or dolls. So, they end up taking up things like television, video games, and social media.
These new activities may start to consume their time making them unproductive. But what if there was a way to keep your child “productive” even while they are just having fun? The Fashion Weaving Loom from ALEX DIY can help with this.
Not only does this kit give your kid something to do, it also allows you to see if your child is DIY-inclined and to build up your child’s creativity.
With the Alex DIY Fashion Weaving Loom, children can weave a special scarf, handbag, hat, or cap for themselves, their friends, their parents, or their grandparents. The entire Alex DIY Weaving loom package comes with a 10 x 7.5 inches wooden loom, 75 yards of rainbow yarn, 10 yards of fluffy yarn, a weaving needle, 2 D-rings, 1 loom comb, 1 button, and a stitching needle. The kit also comes with instructions.
The Alex DIY Fashion Weaving Loom is ideal for first time weavers. The wooden loom has a sturdy frame and is pretty easy to hold especially for young children. The yarn comes in bright colors to further excite your child and the yarn is soft and easy to work with.
This weaving loom allows your child to engage in an activity that can stimulate his or her fashion sense, design skills and creativity. Weaving is one of the few non-messy art activities that your child can do while seated in a car traveling a long distance, or while at home because of a sick day.
The summer doesn’t have to be super boring for your kids, give them something to pass the time and have fun with as well. You can also give this weaving loom as a gift on a birthday, kindergarten graduation party, or as a summer holiday present to your friend’s, brother’s, or sister’s kids.