Mini Handywoman Box tape Loom w/ 3 heddles

Mini Handywoman Box tape Loom w/ 3 heddles

$229.99Price

This lovely Box Tape Loom is made from solid maple wood and is adorned with beautiful engravings on all 4 sides including the heddle. There is no plywood used in this loom it is completely constructed with solid wood, even the warp and take up dowels are solid maple wood. The heddle is removable so that you can change out for a different patterns that are available.  Your new loom has a oil rubbed finish and is ready to use.

Your new loom measures approximately 10" long x 8" tall x 6.5" wide. This lovely loom comes with 3 heddles ( 25 slot dbl hole, 29 slot single hole, and 9 pattern 33 slot)

The bottom of the loom has a poem:  


Weave your life experiences,

into a beautiful tapestry.

Make art out of

the story of your life.


Your new loom is the loom pictured and includes:

3-Heddles
1 - shuttle as seen in the images
Warping instructions
and a few patterns to get you started


A great video using a box loom. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CMZudC780Q

Norwegian Pick-Up Bandweaving by Heather Torgenrud
Susan Faulker Weaver has a great book And the Durham Weaver has books and you can get them as digital versions rather inexpensively as well as the hard covers. Her blog is here https://durhamweaver64.blogspot.com/ and she is another great source for pattern weaving. 

Tape looms have been popular for centuries, before snaps, and zippers were made, people made tapes as an inexpensive way to close shoes, clothing or anything that needed a closure. 
These looms were small and portable and were used to weave these tapes Even children learned to weave on tape and paddle looms because they were simple to operate and an great introduction to weaving.
Today weavers all over the world still use tape looms.



Books I recommend are:
Norwegian Pick-Up Bandweaving by Heather Torgenrud
Susan Faulker Weaver has a few really great books you can get them as digital versions rather inexpensively as well as the hard covers. Her blog is here https://durhamweaver64.blogspot.com/ and she is another great source for pattern weaving.

Tape looms have been popular for centuries, before snaps, and zippers were made, people made tapes as an inexpensive way to close shoes, clothing or anything that needed a closure. 
These looms were small and portable and were used to weave these tapes Even children learned to weave on tape and paddle looms because they were simple to operate and an great introduction to weaving.
Today weavers all over the world still use tape looms.

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