Crispina’s Potholder Rug Loom KITS are simple and rustic. They are easy to put together and come with easy to follow assembly instructions and supporting video.
This listing is for the materials needed to build your own loom – lumber cut to length and notched at ends, the required number of pre-drilled holes and screws to affix. Corner hardware is easy to assemble and disassemble for easy storage when not in use. Strong and durable, they come in 3 sizes.
Finished looms are available as well.
SMALL: this small loom will make 14″x 14″ (36cm x 36cm) potholder chair pad.
MEDIUM: this loom will make perfectly sized (30″x20″) bathmats and doormats in Potholder style!
LARGE: this loom will make 30″x 40″ (75cm x 100cm) Potholder Rugs.
Potholder Rugs are made just like the little potholders you might have made as a child — just a lot bigger.
Looms are easily dismantled for storage and shipping. The only tool needed to assemble and disassemble the loom is a Phillips head screw driver. For assembling the kit you will need a hammer and an electric drill with a #2 Phillips head bit for driving in the screws.
Shipping on this listing is for the large Potholder Loom Kit. When ordering smaller sizes the difference in shipping will be reimbursed.
I introduced Potholder Rugs in 1990 and have developed the process over the years. The weaving material is cut from discarded clothing, and pretty much anything can be used, although knits are my preference. I use t-shirts, sweatshirts, wool and cashmere sweaters. Leggings, odd socks, and stretch pants work, too. I offer hands-on learning at my Potholder Rug Weaving workshops — check out my upcoming classes! My online Potholder Rug Lab course is an all time best seller.
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