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Looking for something a little different well here it is........

You will find a lot of different uses for this little tool, use it to hold open your warp threads on your inkle loom or to pick up cetain threads for pattern weaving. It has a nice smooth tapered end so you can pick up threads when weaving those intricate designs. Yoou can use it with inkle looms, box tape looms, card weaving, rigid heddle looms and more.

This one is right at 7-3/4 inches long and 1/2 inch wide and 1/8 of a inch thick. It is made out of dymondwood, which is a laminated wood dyed in various colors. This is a very strong and sturdy wood. The color on this one is Artic Blue.

Your friends will all say, oooh! where did you get that wonderful little jewel of a tool. LOL!

Feedback from a customer:
Beautiful! The large eye on this stick makes it easy to do "bows" and other rigid heddle patterns with large supplementary wefts such as in the Jane Patrick and Betty Lynn Davenport books.

Pick up stick for inkle weaving-Artic Blue


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  • Materials: wood, dymondwood
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 3285 reviews
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