Hokett Would Work Hand Loom Kit - Domestic Woods (DOMESTIC)

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Hokett Would Work Hand Loom Kit

$40.00 Each

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Hokett Would Work's Hand Loom Kits come with the 'regular' size hand loom and a set of wood tools sized for the loom, including a little beater, tiny stick shuttle, needle stick, skewer and enough carpet warp for a couple of projects. The loom is shaped like a capital "I" with the center shaped to fit your hand so that the weaver can hold it in one hand and weave without interference. The top and bottom have slots with a sett of 6 epi and the loom is warped by wrapping around the back of the slot teeth. This loom has a weaving area of 6" x 6.25". The kit also comes with basic warping and weaving instructions. Available in either domestic or exotic woods (wood types vary).

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5.0

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from Durham, NC

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  • small size and comes with everything you need

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      Comments about 40.00 Hand Loom Kit:

      wonderful little tapestry loom. Comes with everything you need except weft. Portable!

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      5.0

      Very nice loom kit!

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      Comments about 40.00 Hand Loom Kit:

      The loom and the "parts" are well made. The accompanying items include a small shed stick, bamboo dowel for the "quick shed", shuttle, warp yarn, instructions. The loom is small; good for a first weaving piece. It's easy to string the warp; the notches really help. The warp I did remained taut all through my first weaving (unlike a peg loom I tried, where the warp kept getting looser). I set mine up on a plate holder to stand it vertically, which was easier on my neck and shoulders when doing a long stretch of weaving. I highly recommend it to anyone who would like to try weaving, and for doing small projects.

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