How to Make a Peg Loom?


To use a Peg Loom, begin by cutting your thread into three times the length of the tool and remove a peg from the loom. Put the thread warp through the hole and let them hang loose. Next, knot the cut ends of the warp of the first 3 pegs and weave the weft materials for all the pegs. Finally, when you finish weaving remove it from the loom.
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1. Cut the warp threads to three times the length of the finished piece. You need one warp thread for each peg on the loom. 2. Remove a peg from the loom and thread the warp through
I can't find anywhere that sells them without them already being attached to a loom. I'm still looking though. But I did come across a website that says cotter pins work well. http:
Cotter pins are usually used on fine gauge looms, where pegs are 1/8" to 1/4" apart. Their big disadvantage is that, while they are grooved, they're not capped. They can
Hello Fiber Arts Friday, Crafty Friday fans and DIY Craft Linky!As promised here is the tutorial on how to make and use a peg loom! (video at end of post)Peg loom or peglooms are
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How to Use a Peg Loom
Peg looms are small, portable looms that are easy to use. They are typically a long piece of sturdy wood, with evenly spaced holes drilled into it. Each hole has a corresponding peg. Each peg has a hole drilled through one end. The width of the finished... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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