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BelovedGoddess
« on: January 09, 2008 04:54:40 AM »



I bought this for my daughter a few years back, it's only done a small sample and was packed away.  We got it out before Christmas but the instructions weren't with it, some of the accessories are missing as well but we definitely know they are around.  Just came across the box and have answered one of my questions, was going to ask if I could weave a scarf on it, but from the photo I can see it won't. 

Going to try weaving as big a piece as I can on it, using my homespun and will post a pic later. 
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BelovedGoddess
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2008 10:43:17 PM »

My niece got a similar loom for Christmas, she brought it over the other day.  She had already tried to make a doll's blanket with it, but the weaving was way too tight.  My sister is non-crafty and told her it had to be really tight.  I set it up for her again and then couldn't resist doing the weaving myself, she was more interested in singstar.  By the time she left she had a pretty pink blanket for her dolls. 
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mountain_waif
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2008 06:46:32 AM »

I'm glad you have it figured out.  Please post pictures of what you make next.  It looks big enough to do scarves, bags, belts, doll blankets, small dog coats, and possibly hand towels and placemats.  Let your imagination go and have fun.  Keep us posted on your creations.   Wink
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