BEADWEAVING STARTER Includes an Indian bead loom, a white nylon bobbin, a pack of needles, 5 sheets of straight stacked graph paper and six packs of seed beads.
INDIAN BEAD LOOM
A bent-wire frame with wooden warp rollers for weaving seed or pony beads into Indian-style bracelets, head-bands, rings, anything narrow. Comes with instructions, and just enough beads, thread and needles to get started.
WOODEN BEAD LOOM
Also called the “Ojibwa Beadloom”. Two 18" dowel rods for sides, two notched loom ends, directions and worksheet.
|BEECHWOOD BEAD LOOM
A sturdier, more highly finished version of the one above, this one has rotating warp beams at either end, so that the warp length is not set by the size of the side members.
This is a very small version of the Mirrix Tapestry Loom (see Tapestry Looms for more information). It will weave pieces up to just under 5" wide and 30" long. There is not a shedding device, it comes with one 14 dent spring (works for 11/0 and Delica beads). The loom has a single leg, so it stands up rather like an easel. All Mirrix Looms excluded from Volume Discount Schedule.
BEADING GRAPH PAPER
Printed with a grid in the actual proportions of seed beads, so that when you work out your patterns you can see how they will really look. Sheets measure 8½" x 11". Three different configurations available, for different kinds of bead work. Also useful for drafting knitting patterns. Each pack has 25 sheets.
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