Looms

12 Harness Counter- Balance, early Murphy type Loom

This hand made floor loom is 54" wide and 59" deep and 48" high. It includes 6 reeds- each 40" wide, weaving shuttles and supplies, books, cones and hanks of yarn.

In 1972, just starting graduate school, with a minor in Fiber, I was given this loom by a woman who had been weaving since the 1950's. She had woven and created many garments of clothing and useful pieces for the home. Unfortunately, her hands no longer permitted her to weave.

Glimakra tapestry loom-36 in weaving width $650 or best offer

Need to make some room and hate to see this loom go unused. Lovely Glimakra Gobelin loom. Nice shape. I've replaced one wedge, so not original. It has some tiny paint splatters on the feet. I've tried to take good pictures, but they exceed the file size. Happy to send by email. Any questions please feel free to email. I would prefer pick up in Dayton, Oh., but will be happy to ship at buyer's expense. Email: shawncassiman@yahoo.com

45" LeClerc Nilus 4 Harness with Sectional Beam

4 Harness, 2" sectional beam, (can be taken off if you want a plain beam), back hinged treadles which I love. This loom was built in the 1980's and is very sturdy. I have four looms and don't weave as much as I used to so I need to lighten the load. Was asking $900 but will take $700 OBO. I am located in Auburn, AL. Reply to weavedixon@gmail.com I can send pics on request.

AVL 16 Harness Dobby Loom

For Sale
16 Harness AVL Dobby Loom
Once owned by Virginia West

In perfect working order complete with manual, dobby bars and pins, raddle, and bench. Double back beam with self-tensioning. Ready for a computer connection to make it a compudobby.

Needs a good home. $3000.
Please call Connie at 703 409 6259 or email inquiries to ctdiamant@gmail.com (please put avl loom in subject line)

Leclerc Penelope tapestry loom

Older model of the Penelope loom. Can be used as straight tapestry or with rigid heddle included, missing the heddle supports? see Leclerc loom drawing pages. Pictures available upon request. $100. plus shipping from TX
contact: thread4me2@yahoo.com

22" 8H 10T Harrisville Loom

Harrisville 22" 8H 10T
10 dent reed
inserted eye heddles
additional heddles added
Plain warp beam
Extra crank handle for warp beam (it included only one to switch between cloth and warp beams)
sectional warp beam
wheels attached
folds for transport or storage.
info online at Harrisville http://www.harrisville.com/product-p/l228.htm
In great condition. Used very little, I'm the original owner, probably 5-6 years old.

New the loom is about $1800-$1900, sectional beam is $210.

$1100. Reasonable offers considered.

Union Rug Loom/Studio for Sale

Includes 5 bags of rolled rags, 12 shuttles and lots of warp. You pick up in Onsted, price negotiable. Phone 517-467-7663.

Fanny 45" Counterbalance Loom

I have for sale an older model 45" Leclerc Fanny Counterbalance loom in very good condition. It comes with a brand new 10 DPI stainless steel reed and new texsolve heddles. This maple loom is in beautiful condition and ready to warp. Selling for $550, pick-up in CT only. Email for david55@snet.net for additional info.

FS 36" Kessenich 4-Shaft

For sale, beautiful 36" 4-shaft, 6-treadle Kessenich loom.

This gorgeous loom is in excellent condition, I simply don't have the space for it, and I would rather see it go to a home where it will be loved and used.

Comes with sectional beam (can be reversed to plain beam),10 dent reed, and 2 detachable side shelves.

$700 firm, cash only. You must pick up in South Lyon, MI (near Ann Arbor).

email stuckidianne@yahoo.com

Weaver Wannabe ISO 4 Harness Floor Loom, 36" or less, Foldable?

l'm a spinner who's been fighting off the "I wanna weave" bug for a while now - but I tried it on an antique loom recently, and I can't hold back any more - I SO want to learn to weave!!! :-)

I'm looking for a used 4 harness floor loom, with a weaving width of 36" or less with 4-6 treadles. Ideally I'll be able to fold it up with the warp on it, as my house is quite small and I'll likely have to stash it away when I'm not actually working on it.

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