August 31st, 2016

Welcome to the Weaving Room!

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We recently revamped the weaving room at our store and it’s amazing how small shifts can completely open things up. If you are in the neighborhood, or just passing through, we invite you to drop in and see the changes. And if you live further afield, here’s a virtual tour of our dynamic showroom.

The new arrangement not only feels more spacious and inviting, the layout allows us to showcase the different styles of looms and weaving. All of the tapestry looms are now together, so you can compare the Schacht, Mirrix and Hokett looms and decide which fit your needs the best. You’ll find beaters, bobbins and other tapestry tools there as well.

Read all about the new weaving room on the WEBS Blog at blog.yarn.com

The small looms also have a home together on the table in the center of the room. Inkles and Inklettes are great for weaving bands that can be used for belts, straps and more. And if you are looking for a loom to start your young ones on, we have the ever-popular Potholder looms in addition to Lap Looms and School Looms.

Read all about the new weaving room on the WEBS Blog at blog.yarn.com

At the other end of the spectrum we have the Toika looms anchoring the front corner of the room. These great looms from Finland are available in both a traditional countermarch configuration or the computer-assist model with up to 32 shafts. We have drastically reduced the price on our floor model to make room for the new upgraded ES model. The floor model is a 40″ 16-shaft computer-assist Eeva and it comes with Weavepoint 7.2 software, a loom bench, 100 heddles per shaft and a cog wheel warp advance system. The discount is now 20%, which will save you over $2,000 and there’s only one, so don’t hesitate!

We hope to see you soon in our new-and-improved space.

Leslie Ann
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4 Responses to “Welcome to the Weaving Room!”

  1. Diane Roeder Says:

    Looking really nice… without all those Guild shelves in the background, the focus is now on the looms.

  2. Arvind Kumar Says:

    what products you making on these hand looms, throws, Scarves, Stoles ?

  3. Denise Says:

    I wondered if you could help me. I purchased a pattern and the material to make the “Blooming Leaf Baby Blanket in 4 Shaft Colonial Overshot” a couple of years ago. I have taken a couple of Beginner’s classes but I think I am missing something in the reading of a pattern for a Loom. This pattern clearly says “threading” and Tie-up” which I somewhat understand, not sure if I am supposed to read the first page from R to L or L to R ? Also, there is a space between the threading for the “Tabby” on the right where it says “A” and “B” ?? This puzzles me. Now, when I get to the Vertical pattern on the second page, I understand those are colors on the edge except for 6 squares that are blank, no colors , no numbers ???? Also , not sure how to read the pattern again, R to L or L to R and which row to begin on and top or bottom?
    ?? I know this is a lot to ask but I live 2 hours away from you or I would come for yet more lessons. My great grand daughter will be an adult by the time I get this figured out. I feel like such a “dummy” but it seems that the classes that I took , do not go much into the pattern aspect of things. If you could even answer one of my questions, I would really appreciate the help.
    Sincerely, Denise

  4. Sara Says:

    hi Denise,

    I’ve forwarded your question to our Weaving Manager, Leslie Ann, and she should be in touch to help you sort that out!

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