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Louët loom: the Spring II, always more beautiful and even better designed to meet the needs of weavers

Louët loom: the Spring II, always more beautiful and even better designed to meet the needs of weavers

Louët innovates, always looking for a more comfortable and pleasant weaving experience. Thus the new Spring II, one of the most popular Louët looms and one of the best looms on the market, has been further improved. The weaving on Louët's Spring II loom is even more ergonomic. It offers exceptional weaving comfort thanks to certain elements including: - The presence of a new magnet which allows more fabric to be advanced in a single movement of the handle; - The rear beam friction brake which works like a crank with a handle; ...

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Louët's Spring II loom: one of the best looms

Louët's Spring II loom: one of the best looms

With the Spring II business, we are achieving excellence! The Spring II is a riser loom available in 90cm and 110cm weaving widths. It is one of the best trades on the market today. This Louët loom can be ordered with eight or twelve frames, knowing that an extension of four frames and four pedals can be added later. The beam is held there by a friction brake which allows the fabric to advance and the leaf is adjustable in height. The Spring with the superior finish is in varnished beech and its design makes it ...

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Lunatic Fringe Yarns Tubular Spectrum ™ Care Instructions

Lunatic Fringe Yarns Tubular Spectrum ™ Care Instructions

Lunatic Fringe Yarns offers some suggestions on how to care for the hand-woven fabrics you will create from Tubular Spectrum ™ mercerized cotton yarns. These threads are very resistant and their color is unalterable: the fabric you are going to create should therefore retain all its splendor for many years. As with any hand-woven fabric, before the first wash, finish your work (with a zigzag, Paris stitch or other, so that it does not fray in the wash). If you have planned a finish with bangs, be sure to finish it before ...

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Jagger Spun yarns

Jagger Spun yarns

The story of Jagger Spun It began when Uriah Jagger, fresh from England, established a worsted woolen mill in southern Maine. The rest is history. The Family Tradition Continues Since the Jagger family arrived in Maine in the 1880s, their name has always been associated with the spinning of premium worsted wool. And the tradition continues with the spinning of dyed or undyed yarns whether they are 100% wool or blended with natural or synthetic fibers, all made in Maine. Jagger Spun offers about ten ...

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From Albert Munsell's color chart to the threads of the Tubular Spectrum ™: a creation of Lunatic Fringe Yarns

From Albert Munsell's color chart to the threads of the Tubular Spectrum ™: a creation of Lunatic Fringe Yarns

Lunatic Fringe Yarns was created in response to guild weavers who wanted to weave a color chart. Dyers got down to the task. But once the first dyed and woven yarns, demand doubled. The Tubular Spectrum ™ From these early dyes and some studies of color systems, Lunatic Fringe Yarns developed the set of brightly colored yarns called the Tubular Spectrum ™. These colors along with their color names are based on the color chart of Albert Henry Munsell, an American painter and art teacher who in 1905 ...

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