LECLERC THREADING HELPERS
I have owned these for a number of years but have never used them because my warping methods preclude the need for them. I think they can really be useful if you prefer to warp front to back and tread the reed at the loom; its usefulness for back to front warping depends on the structure of your loom. Here are photos of threading helpers in use. $25.00 plus shipping
LECLERC TENSION BOX
This is most likely an older model. Current Leclerc tension boxes have four dowels and retail for about $162. This one has three dowels and there is no indication that there should have been a fourth one. Includes two 12 EPI reeds. Condition is good; there is a slight bend in the rod that helps stabilize the box on the back beam (see photo); I don’t think this effects stability. $75 plus shipping from 01062.
HILLCREEK FIBER STUDIO TRIANGLE LOOM
This loom's hypotenuse measures about 70 inches at the nails. The nail spacing on the hypotenuse is 1/2 inch and about 1/3 inch on the side pieces. It appears to be constructed of oak and is in good working condition. I do not see this loom on the Hillcreek Fiber Studio site so I imagine it's a discontinued size. It breaks down easily into three pieces for storage and transport.
I'm hoping to sell this loom to someone who can pick it up here in Northampton MA as shipping would be pricey due to the required length of the package. Asking $150.
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