Looms

Louet Jane 70 Loom -- SOLD

Louet Jane table loom -- LOOM IS SOLD
70 cm – 27.5” weaving width
8 harnesses with 600 Texsolv heddles (loom comes with 400, I added an additional 200)
10 and 15 dent reeds – stainless steel and rust free
Built in raddle and Over-head beater
Folds for easy carrying with attached handle.
Second warp beam (never used)
Floor stand – perfect height, easy on and off; cloth and warp beams can be moved down onto the stand’s sides to allow for thicker and/or longer warps.

Loom is 2 years old and in perfect, like-new, condition.

LIKE NEW-SCHACHT 36" 4NOW/4LATER FLOOR LOOM WITH HIGH CASTLE

This beautiful maple finished floor loom is less than 5 years old and in perfect condition. The 4now/4later feature accommodates 4 more harnesses to convert the loom to an 8 shaft model. The high castle stores your materials within reach. It is being sold with 4 reeds (8, 10, 12, and 16 inches), lease sticks, and it is fitted with stainless steel insert eye heddles. It's a great loom for weaving anything from scarves to rugs.

Pick up in the Lancaster PA area. $2,100. Contact DebKnit@aol.com.
(sorry I was unable to upload a photo, but will text one if you are interested.)

Handwoven Mags - # is the month = March/April is 3/4 $3ea + postage -or- 10 for $25 + postage Prairie Wool Companion - Issue 16

Handwoven Mags - # is the month = March/April is 3/4
$3ea + postage -or- 10 for $25 + postage

Prairie Wool Companion - Issue 16
1982 Jan; 11/12
1983 1/2, 9/10, 11/12
1984 1/2, 3/4, Summer, 9/10, 11/12
1985 1/2, 3/4, Summer, 9/10, 11/12
1986 1/2, 3/4, 5/6
1987 1/2, 9/10
1988 1/2, 3/4, 9/10, 11/12
1989 9/10, 11/12
1990 3/4, 5/6, 9/10
1991 1/2, 9/10
1992 1/2, 3/4, 5/6, 9/10
1993 3/4, 11/12
1994 5/6, 9/10, 11/12
1995 3/4, 5/6, 11/12
1996 3/4, 5/6, 11/12
1997 1/2, 3/4, 5/6
1998 5/6, 9/10
1999 3/4, 11/12
2000 1/2, 9/10, 11/12
2001 5/6, 11/12
2002 1/2, 3/4, 9/10

SCHACHT 36" FLOOR LOOM - 4 now/4 later feature and high castle - maple finish

Here's new contact information for this loom posted today 11/19/13.

If interested contact DebKnit@aol.com

SCHACHT 36" FLOOR LOOM - 4 now/4 later feature and high castle - maple finish

This attractive 4-shaft loom is less that 5 years old and in perfect condition. Its an ideal loom for weaving anything from scarves to towels and rugs. Back and breast beams are removable to make threading easy. The 4 now/4 later feature allows you to add 4 more harnesses to convert the loom to 8 shafts. Includes 4 reeds (8, 10, 12, and 16) and stainless steel insert eye heddles and lease sticks.

Lancaster PA area - you must pick it up. $2500.
Contact sticksandshuttles@yahoo.com

Much-loved 45" Leclerq Nilus for sale

Have down-sized and must sell my 4-harness, six treadle loom. Has new harnesses and heddles, tie-ups, 10 and 12 dent reeds, lee sticks, boat shuttle, reed and heddle hooks, home-made rattle, books and fiber; the warping board is old and rickety and shouldn't be inflicted on anyone else. The loom is older (not sure of the year) but is In perfect working condition and was used as recently as two days ago in preparation for a craft show. Asking $950 or best offer. We are in the Philadelphia area and will work with a buyer for delivery. Cat not included.

Instruction Book for Weaving Loom

Loom Instruction Book for ORCO-Model70 TwoHarness
$10.00 Postpaid
E.Mail: hrygtz@yahoo.com Accept PayPal

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45" Leclerc Colonial 8 harness

45" Leclerc Colonial, 8 harness, also has counterbalance conversion kit (missing 2 pieces a woodworker could easily make or order from Leclerc) as well as the overhead beater conversion. $1,250. Located in Cortland, NY njfunk36@gmail.com

FS: Schacht Wolf Pup

Schacht LOOM - $850 (Maineville, OH)

NO SPAM! I will not send you money back!

Schacht Wolf Pup with direct tie up 4 treadles. Excellent condition except for some scratches on the bottom of the legs. No lease sticks. Retails for around $1100. Pick up Cincinnati, OH - cash only, no shipping.

Build Your Own Simple Salish Style Loom

The Salish Loom is one of the simplest and most versatile looms available and building your own is very easy.

Fibre Arts Bootcamp has created a set of easy to follow plans, to help you build your own Salish-style loom and learn the ancient art of weaving.

It doesn't have all the bells, whistles, levers and pedals of a modern loom, but it's a great place to discover weaving.

Plans include numerous drawings and photographs for the loom, a floor stand and a full sized artists easel to allow working at any height.

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