Weaving Looms & Tools
Cotton Tapestry Warp
This non-stretchy cotton thread is strong and durable, allowing you to warp with correct tension without snapping or fraying. 200g is a huge amount of warp - you'll be able to warp your loom many, many times with one roll.
Every weaver needs a set of tools!
Heddle weaving is a faster-moving, more methodical type of weaving, with a little more setup involved. With a continuous warp rolled up on a beam, you are able to weave long lengths of fabric ~ think scarves, table runners and blankets.
The Woven Home by Rainie Owen
Getting started is simple with a small, portable frame loom that fits right on your desk or coffee table. You’ll even learn how to make your own! Build your skills by moving from simple designs to more complex, detailed projects. In just a few easy steps, turn your one-of-a-kind weavings into practical items.
Designed to create long, strong warp faced braids ~ think trims, tassels, bands, straps, chokers, dog leads and more. Step-by-step instruction booklet and 15cm (6") stick shuttle included. The Inklette has a 1.8m (70") warp length and the larger Inkle has a 2.8m (110") warp length.