Wheat Weaving Tutorial: Corizon

Wheat Weaving: Corizon The Corizon is a traditional Mexican wheat weaving that was used as a house blessing.

This is a beginning to mid-level weaving, not too difficult, but still requiring a bit of practice in wheat weaving. If this is your first time weaving with wheat click here to get the basics. You will need 20 straws with heads of wheat or rye for this project.

This is generally woven from wheat, but I prefer to use rye because of the longer stems. Wheat, however, is more pliable and easier to work with, so if you don’t weave often, wheat is probably the better choice.

Have a favorite wheat weaving design? Post it in the comments below.

By Amber Reifsteck ~ The Woodland Elf

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