Schacht Cricket Loom
The Schacht Cricket Loom 10" with multiple identical textiles being woven from one warp.
Cricket Loom and Cricket Bag
Even with a full project wound onto the beams, the Cricket fits easily into the purpose-built tote for bringing to a class or on your weekend getaway.
This rigid heddle loom is constructed from maple hardwood and folds into the optional carrying case even fully loaded with a warp of many yards. Pictured here in the 15" heddle width, it is also available in 20", 25" and 30". The adjustable hardwood stand is sold separately.
Available in 18" or 25" widths. This maple hardwood loom can be used on a table-top with the A-frame stand (sold separately) or mounted onto the same adjustable floor stand that accommodates all four sizes of the "Flip" looms.
This very basic loom may be only placemat size, but it can serve as an introduction to diverse styles of weaving, functional or decorative. It's a great "sketch pad" for trying out stitches, materials and combinations you aren't ready to commit to a larger loom.
An now for something completely different; The Zoom Loom is an early 20th century novelty, newly engineered for the convenient and really engaging production of 4" x 4" woven squares that can be stitched together for small garments like stoles and boleros, or utilitarian items like mug rugs and totes.