knitters loom

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Three great weaving widths 30cm, 50cm and 70cm (12ins, 20ins and 28ins). The loom is ultra portable being lightweight, compact and folds in half – even with your weaving in place. Fast - from yarn to scarf in two hours. Easy - a loom that is simple to understand and operate with nylon warp stick t ...Read more

Three great weaving widths 30cm, 50cm and 70cm (12ins, 20ins and 28ins). The loom is ultra portable being lightweight, compact and folds in half – even with your weaving in place. Fast - from yarn to scarf in two hours. Easy - a loom that is simple to understand and operate with nylon warp stick ties, handles, cogs and pawls. Weave fancy yarns with the wide-eye 7.5dpi (30/10) reed. The loom is made from Silver Beech hard wood and comes assembled and lacquered, with all the warping tools – ready to use.

The flexibility of the Knitters Loom means you can be weaving in your lunch break, while camping, or when visiting friends.

  • the most portable loom
  • quick and easy to warp and weave
  • lacquered and assembled
  • 4 reeds and carry bag optional accessories

All Knitters looms are available as a combo - includes the Knitters loom carry bag.

Also available are 2.5, 5, 10 and 12.5 dpi (10, 20, 40 and 50/10cm) reeds so you can weave fine to textured yarns.






specifications
KL3 - 30cm (12")
KL5 - 50cm (20")
KL7 - 70cm (28")
KL3 - 2.3kg (5lb)
KL5 - 2.8kg (6lb)
KL7 - 3.7kg (8¼lb)
reed 7.5dpi (30/10cm) wide-eye,
2 x lacquered shuttles
- KL3 - 26cm (10") and 36cm (14")
- KL5 - 36cm (14") and 56cm (22")
- KL7 - 56cm (22") and 76cm (30"),
step by step instruction booklet, threading hook, warping peg and clamp.
lacquered
tutorials

Videos

Simple warping for a Rigid Heddle loom

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Booklets

Learn to weave on the Knitters loom cover

Learn to weave on the Knitters loom

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reviews

Two knitters' opinions:
Ashford Knitter's Loom reviewed - by Robbie Laughlin and Amy Singer

Click here to read full article on knitty.com