Dani

hexagon lap loom instructions

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Hi there, odd request I know but I was given a hexagon shaped lap loom, a very large one at that but the box did not contain instructions. Would anyone by chance have a set they would be willing to scan for me :?

 

Thanks in advance for any help

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i don't have one, sorry. but i know how you feel. i acquired a bloom loom with now instructions - luckily i was able to get them from someone on the board.

 

good luck to you :fc

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here is the website to <a href="http://www.crafthouse.net/" target="_new">craft loom</a> they put out a hexagon lap loom. There is a "contact us" link on there, you may try requesting the instructions.

<img border=0 src="http://img28.photobucket.com/albums/v84/crochetville/bounce012.gif" />Sherry

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Where is everyone seeing pictures of this? I would love to see what you mean by a hexagon lap loom. Thanks in advance.

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Hello everyone! I have had these looms in my garage for a couple of years since my grandmother passed. My grandfather had made them for her to weave potholders and placemats. I decided I would give it a try and I was very surprised to find the limited amount of information available online. Once I learned I was totally hooked and being a web designer, I decided to start my own website about lap weaving, so the information would be easier for others to find and learn the craft. I welcome any comments, suggests and photos of your completed projects. If you are looking for instructions on using a hexagon weaving loom, please visit my site, http://www.lapweaving.info, I plan on putting up many more patterns in the near future. Thanks!

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I used to have the complete set of looms, including the hex loom years ago. Made lots of placemats and pot holders with them. Somewhere through the years they have disappeared and I can't remember just how to wind the yarn. I do remember they were fun to use though! lol

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