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- Place Of OriginJapan
Create amazing beaded designs with the help of The Ricks Beading Loom. This unique, patented design leaves only two warp threads on each end, so you don't have to deal with messy tangles of thread at the end of your design. It is also very easy to use, since you can set 40 warps in less than five minutes. You can adjust the length, so use it for any project, including bracelets, hat bands, necklaces and more. The loom comes with illustrated instructions, so you can jump right into designing. Learn more about this loom and find links to video tutorials for using it here.
- Place Of OriginUSA
Create amazing bracelet designs with ease using The Beadsmith Endless Loom by Deb Moffett-Hall. With this loom, there are no warp ends to tie off, and you can create stretch, clasp, and wrap-style bracelets. It's simple to assemble, and easy to use, especially with the included detailed instructions. You can custom size the loom for a perfect fit. Make bracelets up to 9 inches by 3 1/2 inches wide. With this loom, you'll receive smooth and lightweight loom end bars, loom sizing rods, easement/tension rods for different bead sizes and shapes, and latex-free elastic bands for quick loom assembly. All of these parts are included in a durable roll-up case for convenient storage. Learn how to set up the Endless Loom with our Video Tutorial.
- Place Of OriginUSA
If you love looming, you have to try the Little Ricky Beading Loom. This compact design two-warp loom will result in finished projects with only two warp threads, so you don't have to deal with messy tangles of thread at the end of your design. It is very easy to use, as you can set 25 warps in less than five minutes. You can create adjustable project lengths from 2-8.5 inches. This loom includes illustrated instructions for use and assembly and works with virtually any size bead. Some assembly is required. The loom comes with three warp rods, four warp pegs and a warp separator card. Learn more about The Ricks Beading Loom and find video tutorials for using it here.