Large Tapestry Loom To Order
These are handmade tapestry looms that can be used to make lovely wall hangings or to sample new yarns. This listing is a "made to order" listing and will take 2 weeks to produce the finished loom plus shipping time. Choose the wood species you'd like and the epi set for this listing.
The warp bars have been cut with the grain so the ends will never snap off with normal use. The teeth are sanded in between each by hand then with a hand sander they are sanded 5 times as you see in the video. These teeth are sturdy enough to take it. :)
The loom will be shellacked and waxed to the shine you see in the pictures.
The ends per inch available are 6 ends per inch and 8 ends per inch and the loom measures approx. 12" x 14.75. The weaving area is 11.25 x 11.75.
With this purchase you get:
The handmade loom only, the tools pictured are not included; If you want tools with this loom there is a listing on the "looms" tab" for you to add them to your purchase. The wait time will be a bit longer to make the tools.
These are handmade and imperfections are part of their charm. No returns or exchanges for manufacturing faults such as not being completely square, or teeth bending because of removing your project incorrectly. I suggest taking a class on how to weave on your new loom or watching videos before you begin. If 8epi looms warped too tightly or if you remove your warp with a tool instead of cutting off the loom you might experience some teeth bending or cracking. This can often be repaired or worked around, contact me if you have damaged your loom and need a repair.
The best way to learn to weave on these little looms is by taking a class from Rebecca Mezoff. She teaches Weaving Tapestry on Little Looms. Here is a link to one of her popular classes:https://rebeccamezoff.com/weaving-tapestry-on-little-loomsYou can find so much more on her online learning page, with her classes you'll be weaving like a pro in no time!
Here is a video on how to single warp: https://vimeo.com/171166451
and some info on different ways to warp to adjust the epi https://rebeccamezoff.com/blog/2018/3/28/sett-looms-and-tools