Collar Loom on the Go (Solid Wood)

Collar Loom on the Go (Solid Wood)

$59.99Price

The Collar Looms on the Go are travel looms made from solid  bamboo plywood and are a great loom to use up all your left over yarns from other projects to make  Kitty and puppy collars. The Handywoman Small Collar Loom on the Go measures approximately 13.5 x 5.75 Inches and has a work area of 10 x 4 inches  and the large collar loom is approximately 24 x 5.75 inch and has a work area of 20.5 x 4 inches  and they have a warp of 5-8 ends per inch depending how it's warped.  You can warp your loom solely on the front or you can warp both the front and the back for two projects with one warp and you can double up your warp like in this how to:  https://rebeccamezoff.com/blog/2018/3/28/sett-looms-and-tools .
Get one for yourself or for someone wanting to learn to weave, these looms makes a great gift!   It's a perfect loom on the go for weaving on the bus, at the doctors office or any place you have to sit and wait.

The Handywoman Collar Loom on the Go is laser cut from beautiful 1/4" solid bamboo ply and comes with matching tools. 
The small collar loom comes with:
1 - Small Collar Loom on the Go
2 - Shed Sticks
1- Weaving needle
1 - Yarn shuttle.
1 - carry bag (colors vary)
5 - small balls of yarn (colors vary)
8 - small buckles (colors vary)

The Large collar loom comes with:
1 - Small Collar Loom on the Go
2 - Shed Sticks
1- Weaving needle
1 - Yarn shuttle.
1 - carry bag (colors vary) The large loom does not completely fit in this bag.
5 - small balls of yarn (colors vary)
6 - small buckles (colors vary)
3 - large buckles (black) 
Instructions on how to warp your new loom is included.   Weaving instructions can be readily found on You Tube so simple instructions are included but I encourage you to look for more instructions.
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

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