Tools of the Trade loom $2100.00
Constructed of Cherry in the 1980’s.
8 shafts, 10 treadles, 60” weaving width.
Double warp beam (second beam still in original wrapper)
Three 60” stainless steel reeds: 5, 6, 8.
Two pair of lease sticks.
2400 heddles plus extra.
Front of loom folds up or can be lowered for threading.
Includes bench (with storage) and home-made tool tray.
Thinning the herd. It’s time to set beautiful Midli loom (mid-life indulgence) free and I hope it goes to someone who will enjoy and love it as much as I have these past 40 years. I have woven everything on it: heavy tapestries, blankets, table linens, lace weight items.
Tools of the Trade (TOTT) looms were built by Arthur Weitzenfeld in Fair Haven, VT during the 70’s and 80’s. It seems that he only built about 450 looms so there is a limited number of them out there and their owners love them. This loom is #375. Daryl Lancaster, who has owned several TOTTs (and loves them), said that Art used Leclerc hardware.
Woodstock, NY. Pick up only.
Will need two strong people and a pick-up truck. Loom weighs 260 lbs. Footprints: Open dimensions: 71.25” wide x 44” deep x 43.5” high; folded dimensions: 71.25” wide x 28” deep x 43.5” high. Cash only.
Contact Bev Nerenberg to purchase or for further information.