I like the color of the yarn you chosed to create your first square. Cute square. I have 6 sets of those types of looms. 1 ea 6", 1 ea 4" 1 ea 2", 1 ea 2x4", 1 ea 4x6" and 1 ea 2x6". They are fun to weave on. These particular looms were manufactured by Bruxton (I think I got the name right). There's another company or a couple that builds both square, triangle and rectangle looms if you're really ambicious. The name of their business is Hazel Rose Looms and they are located in Trinity, California. Really nice couple. The lady, Hazel creates some cute designs with her looms and her Husband, Randy builds them. I have almost every size from them too with the exception of a loom that weaves 10" squares and a rectangle loom for weave placemats, towels or small rugs (18 x 28") which they custom made for me, and I almost forgot, diamond shaped looms. With these looms, you can create some of the most popular quilt design blankets!
are you planning on making more squares and make a blanket? That will be cute! Right now I'm making 6 different shapes with the little looms I mentioned above and piecing them together until I get an 80" square blanket to put on my Calif. King sized bed. The yarns I'm using are all handspun. I will start taking photos of it when it gets as large a two feet square.
These little looms are so cute! Once you get hooked on them, you should get other sizes so you can create some of the popular quilts designs. Those are my next projects in the future when these little looms. I haven't started anything very big with my Hazel Rose Looms, yet, but I will be. I want to do a star design, but I want to use hand spun yarn, but I have to spin the yarn, first. That's another future project.