Swatch Maker Weaving Looms
The Swatch Maker 8.0, 10.0 and 12.0 acrylic mini weaving looms were created to complement the Swatch Maker 3-in-1 weaving loom. For those preferring to make swatches using prongs versus threading holes, these looms are for you. The Swatch Maker 8.0, 10.0 and 12.0 have 8 ends per inch (E.P.I.), 10 E.P.I and 12 E.P.I. respectively. The looms are now available in a creamy translucent acrylic or in Baltic birch. The acrylic has a matte finish on the front and a glossy finish on the back. Each loom by itself weighs approximately 4 oz and has dimensions of 6" x 7 1/2" with a work area of 5" x 6 1/4". The loom comes with color photo instructions, birch/acrylic tapestry needle, a small metal tapestry needle for the smaller and tighter areas of the project and a cotton carrying bag. You will need yarn, scissors and a fork or weaving comb for aligning weft.
Each loom size is sold separately unless indicated as part of a set or set with accessories. Sets come with 3 looms (one in each set of 8.0, 10.0 and 12.0), color photo instructions, two wood or acrylic tapestry needles, one small metal tapestry needle and a cotton carrying bag.
Sets with accessories come with all of the above plus a 3" weaving comb, wee shuttle and small pick up stick.
1/4" display stands sold separately (see loom display stands).
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8 E.P.I.: 40 yd (30 yd warp; 10 yd weft)
10 E.P.I.: 47 yd (35 yd warp; 12 yd weft)
12 E.P.I.: 55 yd (40 yd warp; 15 yard weft)
Acrylic material is sourced from a woman owned Houston business and birch is sourced from a Houston wood business. The looms are laser cut and assembled in the Purl & Loop Houston studio. All loom packaging components (needles, cotton bag, instructions, etc.) are sourced from U.S. businesses.
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