Kit Makes Two 6" x 6" Potholders
Our traditional looms and loops are custom made, and are the highest quality out there. Make colorful potholders for your home, as gifts or to sell as a fund-raiser for your school, church, or club.
Our Standard Loom has enough loops to make 2 Potholders, Order the "Deluxe Loom" to get enough loops to make 6 potholders! Our Potholder Loom is metal, not plastic! We’ve improved the peg design so the loops won’t slip off as easily while you weave.
- Sturdy Metal Loom 7" x 7"
- 2 Hooks (one metal for loop weaving and one plastic for finishing)
- Illustrated instructions
- Enough cotton loops to make two potholders
- Multicolored 100% Cotton Loops
Additional loops sold separately.
There’s probably someone you know who made potholders on a loom like this when they were a child. It’s one of those wonderful old fashioned inventions still popular and useful today. It’s fun, and easy to do for all ages!
Making potholders is a great introduction to weaving and a fun, relaxing, and creative activity too. The results are very useable, which we love! Both of these kits are designed to last many potholders, with sturdy metal looms and metal weaving hooks. The metal loom pegs slant outward to prevent loops from slipping off, which is especially helpful for young kids! The colorful loops included with each kit are 100% cotton and custom-sized to fit the loom, which is often not the case in less expensive kits. The instructions included offer instructions on starting and finishing potholders, along with design ideas and suggestions for additional projects using the basic potholder. The traditional kit includes enough cotton loops to make two potholders, while the deluxe kit includes enough cotton loops to make six potholders. A refill pack of cotton loops is also available, which holds a colorful assortment of the same quality loops, enough to make another two potholders.
Harrisville Designs, the manufacturer, now has a very cool online tool to view suggested patterns or to preview your own! Head over to their Potholder Wizard at http://harrisville.com/pages/potholder-wizard to pick your colors, plug them into the template, and see what your finished potholder will look like! Or preview suggested patterns like Checker, Patch, Hounds Tooth, Trellis and many more.
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