Leclerc Tapestry Beaters - leclerc heavy tapestry beater (6153)

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Leclerc Tapestry Beaters

$102.00 Each

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Available in two weights. The light (1/4 pound) tapestry beater has Teflon coated teeth to beat a tapestry weave - 8" long by 2.25" wide. The heavy (2 pound) tapestry beater is a lead weighted comb in natural finish maple. Great to beat weft for carpets, knotted pile, or any stiff material - 2.75" wide.

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5.0

I've had this for years

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from Keene, NY

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Comments about LECLERC Tapestry Beaters:

It's THE beater if you are making weft faced rugs with linen warp. The only one I've ever seen that can pack the weft in. I don't know why the user that had problems with it did and wonder what the warp she was using? I've never used it on wool warp but it's fabulous for linen and making a tight rug. It's one of my pride and joys.

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5.0

Expensive and worth it

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from White Plains, New York

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Comments about LECLERC Tapestry Beaters:

This is the best rug and tapestry beater I have yet to find and use. It is quite heavy, so not for the weaver who prefers forks and combs. But for someone serious about using thick yarns (as in New Zealand sheep wool) and turning them into well beaten weft-faced rugs, this is THE beater to get.

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      I purchased this heavy beater for a tapestry workshop. The teeth of the beater are rough and splintery and catch on the fibers of the warp

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