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One large, double loom (See *Loom Note* below for a further description)

One threader tool

One extra wooden peg

Two pretty blue organza bags to hold your tools and pegs

PDF Instruction Booklet: An 8-page instruction booklet. These are original instructions written by me and based on much experience with peg looms over the years. The PDF booklet will be sent to you by email.

A free, gorgeous, hand-made polymer clay bead to use as an embellishment on your finished item.



This large, double loom is like having two looms in one. It has two rows of holes:
one row of 44, large 9mm holes and
one row of 70, small 6mm holes

It comes supplied with:
44 large pegs (9mm wooden pegs for the large holes) (plus one extra peg) and
70 small pegs ( 6mm nylon pegs for the small holes)

To create a coarse weave, use the large 9mm wooden pegs with chunky yarns or roving (or several strands of fine yarns). Store the small nylon pegs in their organza bag for safe keeping.

To create a finer weave, use the small 6mm nylon pegs with thin yarn. Store the large wooden pegs in their organza bag for safe keeping.

My looms are hand-made in Britain using hardwood from Britain's renewable forests.



I include a FREE HAND-MADE POLYMER CLAY BEAD as my gift to you. (Beads pictured are representative. Your actual bead may vary, but I promise it will be delightful!)



To see some photos of what you can make with a Peg Loom, visit our Ravelry group:

Peg Looms (sometimes also called Stick Looms) are so simple to use that anyone can create beautiful and useful woven items. You can achieve amazing results using familiar and unusual materials: yarns, unspun fleece, new and recycled fabrics…even plastic bags and old hosiery.

With these techniques, you can create rugs & doormats, wall hangings, scarves, handbags & tote-bags, belts, cushion covers, chair pads, baskets, and more.

You will find that these simple Peg Looms are a wonderful antidote to the technology which surrounds us today. Peg Looms are used with great success by students of all ages. Those coping with learning difficulties also can benefit considerably.

Research proves that your pulse rate slows and your blood pressure lowers when you weave. This is why many therapy groups, day centres and other similar organisations use weaving to help their clients. A sense of achievement is attained in a very short space of time when weaving with a Peg Loom.

Peg Looms are great for recycling. Use oddments of wool, leftover fabric scraps, strips cut from unwanted clothing, unspun fleece – almost anything. Only the bounds of your imagination can limit you!

Large Peg Loom and free gift (90cm/36" double loom)


  • Handmade Supply
  • Materials: wood, renewable wood, hardwood, British, nylon pegs, wooden pegs
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
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