Hamanaka Flower Motif Cards Sarah Bradberry May 1, 2010 Flower Looms 8 Comments Sponsored Links Sponsored Links This post has been moved to a permanent page – Hamanaka Flower Motif Cards Print or Share:PrintTweetLike this:Like Loading... Related Sponsored Links Posted in Flower LoomsTagged flowers Post navigation Previous Previous post: Perfect Homes, Perfect Photos, Perfect Craft Blogs. Not here there ain’t!Next Next post: Interlude 8 Comments Cristina May 3, 2010 at 1:53 am I LOVE LOVE LOVE your website. These flower looms are awesome. I went to the website and plan on ordering them today. Thanks for sharing, otherwise, I would have never known about them. 🙂 Baileyella May 4, 2010 at 2:56 am I so agree. I Love love your website too. I plan to order some as well. You answered all my questions, I wanted to ask. I certainly had never heard of them before. Their Straw raffia looks tempting too. Lovely hats and bag pictures made with it I noticed. Many thanks for all your blogs. Regards. Baileyella May 4, 2010 at 2:57 am I so agree. I Love love your website too. I plan to order some as well. You answered all my questions, I wanted to ask. I certainly had never heard of them before. Their Straw raffia looks tempting too. Lovely hats and bag pictures made with it I noticed. Many thanks for all your blogs. Regards. baileyella May 4, 2010 at 3:01 am oops!!! OOps. I seem to have got carried away, and repeated myself. Dont know how that happened. I think Im over excited. Hollie August 16, 2010 at 4:30 am Thank you for pointing me to these! Now I’ll have to order a set or three. Since I’ll have to justify shipping to the USA, I’ll have to find some more pretties to buy. I make Teneriffe lace, and want something light and portable to carry with me when I do it. The Hanamaka cards will give me something new to experiment with. See you on Ravelry! Hollie August 17, 2010 at 1:54 pm Sorry. I meant “Hamanaka”. Anyway, I broke down and ordered the three sets. Shipping to the USA will probably kill me! I also ordered the Hana-Ami loom set, and I’m looking forward to getting both. Thanks for turning me on to the Hamanaka cards. Torrie October 5, 2010 at 6:54 pm I love your site and all the info that you have been so kind as to share. I have a vintage loom that was my Mother’s and have purchased Hazel looms, Daisy loom and other looms that I wanted to try but the instructions were as clear as mud. Now I will be able to dig them all out and use them after many years of having them packed away for lack of skill on my part. Thank you again so very much. HUgs zohreh December 6, 2010 at 1:25 am hi .. I found about your site by searching through for some patterns and yarns .. which i liked to read urs and thanks for the good job .. I also want to ask u .. well if u live in australia .. sydney .. could u please let me know where i can buy some lovely colours yarns .. ? i went so many places but i could nt find my fav colorus … i can email u a few pix if i have to .. to show u what kind of color i am really looking for and its really hard to find something like that in australia … any way .. thanks a gain and looking forward to hear from u soon. u got my email or blog so let me know please best regards zohreh sydney Comments are closed.