Monday, April 17, 2017

NEW ITEM!!! Adjustable Rag Rug Loom



John has done it again. . .He is always busy trying to improve his RAG RUG LOOMS. . .but I have to take a little credit for this one. . .for you see. . .I CHALLENGED him to make me a LARGER LOOM that could be adjusted to whatever size I needed. . .That was a few weeks ago. . .but I can't complain. . .We've been busy. . .

Then this morning, the kitchen door opened and here he came. . .with the NEW LOOM in his hand. . .


I simply LOVE it. . .I can make RAG RUGS as big as 31" X 47" and smaller ones at whatever size I need. . .I have no idea how many combinations are possible. . .but I can tell you. . .'It's a BUNCH'. . .John gave up counting at 40. . .

If I want a size other than the sizes using the drilled sidebar holes and eyelet screws. . .all I have to do is drill another hole and/or move the eyelet. . .So CLEVER. . .
The individual sized looms (Large, 2n1, Mini) still give you the option to make several rugs at one time, but this is an option that certainly lets you make many more sizes than the sets. It all depends on your needs. The PLUS is. . .you have a CHOICE!!!


Want MORE INFORMATION? . . .Wish to ORDER?. . .Go to: 
OUR OLD COUNTRY STORE 
and read all about it. . .

I'm working on this Rag Rug with colors of purple, lavender, light blue, pink, and pale yellow in a NEW PATTERN that I'm making up as I go. . .Once I get it worked out, I'll be sure to share it with you. . .


This will be a really FUN one to weave. . .while. . .
I'm totally LOVING this LOOM. . .

HAPPY MONDAY!!!!





2 comments:

Connie said...

You have sparked my interest. I've not really thought about trying this myself because I always thought that the looms were way to complicated and expensive. Now I'm thinking that it might me a wonderful thing to try . . . after all my quilts shelves are getting very full and i've made quilts for most of my loved ones . . . time to do something new. I'm adding your blog to my favorites list, so that I can find you again easily.
Have a joy filled week.
Connie :)

claudia said...

A few years back I saw the twining loom on a you tube video, then promptly looked up how to make one. I did make one and it worked okay, but then I had to move; twice! The second move was two and a half years ago, and I am looking at my home made loom under the stairs as I type, collecting dust. Well, this morning when I saw this post, I had to look into this loom further and, I just had to order one! This one WILL NOT collect dust. I think I will do much more and much better on a professionally made loom. Thank you!

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