9 month old 4 harness Baby Wolf needs a new home. It comes with: 400 inserted eye heddles 3 apron rods 2 lease sticks a raddle stroller 8 dent reed 10 dent reed 12 dent reed Asking $1500. If interested, please, email me at email@example.com Joyce
4 harness, 6 treadle LeClerc Fanny. The Fanny is a counterbalance loom. Weaving width 27”. Comes with a 12 dent stainless steel reed. The back beam folds for storage, but the front does not fold. See attached pictures. $400.
Reed Storage Rack
I purchased this from Al Carr at the holiday sale several years ago. It’s walnut, and in brand new condition. My weaving room / home office is only 10’ x 10’, so I need to get as much off the floor as possible. I’m now storing my reeds on peg board on the wall, so no longer need this storage rack. $100 (the price new is $150). See attached pictures.
If you’re interested, contact Karen G at firstname.lastname@example.org I will be at both the January and February meetings so can deliver to the meeting if you would like. If you want the loom, but don’t have a vehicle it will fit in, I can deliver it. There will be an additional fee for delivery if you live more than 45 minutes from me.
Maker: Toika Model: LiisaWeaving Width: 100cm/39.37 inch Year: Woolery thought late 90’s, as Toika does not stamp their looms with serial numbers/dates.
Countermarch. – 16S/16T loom. Loom was a custom order for # of shafts Bench – matching Hanging Beater and Floor Beater, both Double Back Beam – Custom order for this loom 12 Dent- Stainless Steel Reed. Never used, only packaging removed!Fly Shuttle Attachment Treadle Gate– for 10 treadles New Texslov- on most. Bolts- replaced as needed Extra Heddles Raddle- has top & bottom frame bar
Additional SS reeds (8,12) available for purchase. Never used, only packaging removed!
Shipping to be arranged by buyer of loom. Asking $2300 Contact Pam W email@example.com for more details
Attention New or Experienced Weavers! For sale: A NEVER USED Schacht Baby Wolf Maple 8 shaft with 10 treadles Loom! This Schacht Baby Wolf has all the advantages of portability while maintaining the best big loom features! The weaving width of the Baby Wolf is 26″. The loom comes with a 12-dent reed. The X-frame design is exceptionally stable and can be easily folded to a depth of 18″. The Baby Wolf Extra accessories are being sold with it:
The Schacht Wolf Stroller wheel system makes your loom mobile!
Schacht’s Baby Wolf Trap is a hammock for your weaving tools; Lease sticks, extra bobbins, shuttles, and accessories. The Baby Wolf Trap is made of durable nylon canvas, suspended between hardwood bars in end brackets that slip onto the breast beam.Schacht Raddles help keep a warp spread evenly as it is wound onto the warp beam. They have built-in clamps and can be attached to either the loom’s back beam or the shuttle race of the beater.
Schacht Baby Wolf High Castle Tray Price: $2550. Cash – (No tax or Delivery Charges)
OR Are you New to Weaving? If you need everything to start weaving…. you might be interested in the complete package: The complete weaving package includes: The Baby Wolf loom and it’s accessories plus the used Leclerc Open ended Loom bench 23” x 38”, weaving books, yarn, weaving tools & warping board. Price : $2850 Contact: Beth D Email: BDreves@yahoo.com Pick up at my home in Clermont, FL. or we can work out another delivery arrangement.
For Sale: Rick Reeves 19″ solid oak, double drive Frame Wheel. Comes with 3 whorls with 6 different ratios, 4 bobbins, and Lazy Kate. For travelling, the spinning head comes off and can be put in a tote bag and the wheel sits in a car seat with a seatbelt. I have too many Reeves wheels and I need to thin the herd. Price $1200 includes shipping. Discount for WoO members who pick up the wheel $1000. Please contact Berna Lowenstein BernaWeaves@cfl.rr.com There is a full description on Ravelry at: https://www.ravelry.com/discuss/reeves-rock/3955153/1-25
Members gather annually to enjoy the holiday season with their fiber friends and families. Currently, the guild gathers at the Mount Dora, FL United Methodist Church on N. Fifth Street.
Captions for the above…. (1) The annual holiday luncheon is a great time for friends to get together. There are always warm greetings and hugs. (2) Lee T indicates he is having a good time. (3) Anne M greets long-time friends Ellen and Chuck T. (4) Mona R sets the table. (5) Sandy L, right, starts the serving line. (6) Cynthia S, right, and Pat I catch up on events.
Captions for the above … (7 and 8) Lively conversations and dining are the hallmark of a great holiday luncheon. (9) Pam W officially opens the event with a greeting and thanks for a great 2017. (10 and 11 ) Nancy R invites Berna L, center, and Pat I to bless the meal.
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Captions for the above photos……(12) The luncheon event was a good opportunity for Marilyn F to give thanks to the members of her 75th Anniversary Celebration Team for their contribution to the success of the event. (13) Marilyn recognizes Cindy L for her strategic plans, (14) Bev T for booking the venue, the Camelia Room of Leu Gardens and her close coordination with their staff, (15) Mary S for her contributions, (16) Nancy R for her support and guidance, (17) Berna L for her role as key-note speaker and (18) Pam W for booking the catering company and coordinating their services. It was a wonderful way to celebrate the milestone event, thanks to many volunteers.
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Captions for the above ……(19) Diane C gives a brief report on the recent Holiday Sales event at the Lakeside Inn and shared that sales from the event were very good. Looking forward, Diane reported that the 2018 Holiday Sales event would be moved to the Donnelly Pavilion in downtown Mount Dora, providing more space. The building offers higher visibility for tourists and shoppers and better access from the street. The dates of the 2018 sale are Nov 30 and Dec 1 and 2. (20) Sandy L and Cynthia S handle the door prize portion of the luncheon. All gifts were to be made by members. (21) Ann R shows off her beaded bracelet created by Nancy R. (22) Anne M shows off her exchange gift: a jar of blueberry jam, a felted home made lemon drop soap and a quilted place mat for the table from Mona R.
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Captions for the above ….. (22) Ellen T shows her wire, bead and pine bark pendant. (24) Jamie L received two woven jelly fish scarves from Pam W. (25) Ann C shows her beaded bracelet. (26) Jane G shows her beaded earrings. (27) Jewel B received a felted tree ornament. (28) Judy S received a blue beaded Christmas ornament made by Mimi S.
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Captions for the above ….. (29) Liz H received a woven tartan plaid towel created by Mary S. (30) Marilyn F shows off her glass tree ornament, created by Jamie L. (31) Mary S shows off her exchange gift: a crocheted scarf from Jane G. (32) Mimi S received a scarf and fragrant soap. (33) Nancy H shows her scented candle. (34) Nancy R scored with her lacy cowl.
Captions for the above ….. (35) Pam W shows her bracelet from Malaysia, courtesy of Nancy H, who flies the world with Delta. (36) Peg C admires her door prize tickets, or, as she proudly proclaimed, her: ‘investment in the guild.’ (37 and 38) The grand prize of the luncheon door prize event was a hand-made, 4-shaft, 4-treddle, 24″ floor loom which had been totally reconditioned and given a new life, new shuttles and a starter stash of yarns, which Ann R won. Ann promptly announced that she is gifting the loom to a friend in Tallahassee who expressed an interest in learning to weave. Two members of the guild volunteered to provide the new owner with beginner instructions on how to get started. The spirit of Christmas is alive within the hearts of members of The Weavers of Orlando.