Ribbonwinners Tatting Patterns & Shuttles by
Georgia Seitz
11460 Via Appia
Anchorage Alaska 99515-2905 USA
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www.georgiaseitz.com




"This is a Loom" by Joy Critchfield


This is a loom.

It is the frame that holds the vertical threads in preparation for weaving.

It keeps the threads taut while the horizontal thread is shuttled into position.

This combination of horizontal and vertical threads, woven together, becomes a multidimensional fabric with strength, durability and unique "one of a kind" properties.

This loom comes with 8 shafts (standard) and is pre-assembled. The back of this loom folds up to save space while the loom is idle. It also passes easily through any standard door frame. Using an ingenious but simple to understand system of springs and pulleys, this loom produces a generous shed favored by most weavers. Comes with 800 "Texolv" heddles and a 10 dpi stainless steel reed. Dimensions: 90" long, 42" wide and 50" high(to top of the beater bar supports) x 34" deep (26" folded). Shipping weight is 68 lbs. It can be purchased at Village Spinning and Weaving in Solvang, California for $1,600 (free shipping to the lower 48 states.)

This is a Loom




This is a loom.

It is the frame that holds the vertical threads in preparation for weaving.

It keeps the threads taut while the horizontal thread is shuttled into position.

This combination of horizontal and vertical threads, woven together, becomes a multidimensional fabric with strength, durability and unique "one of a kind" properties.

This loom comes with 5 fingers (standard) and is pre-assembled. It folds up to save space when the loom is idle and can be stored in a pocket. Using an ingenious and complex (too difficult to explain here ) system of muscles, nerves and tendons, this loom produces a generous shed of about four inches - favored by most tatters. Custom fit to each lacemaker, this original equipment is light weight, and is available at no charge.

Part 1 Double Stitch 101
Any questions? You are welcome to email Joy Critchfield
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