My loom arrived Wednesday after I returned from a long day of work that included a a trip to Montgomery. When I got home I was already tired. But I was excited about the loom. I planned to open it up, string it with warp threads and start weaving. Silly me!
The box was my first surprise. "Hey, it is not very big" Oh, I thought, it must be folded. Ha. Silly me. Can you say assembly required? Yeah, great. Ha ha.
I opened the box and saw lots of pieces wrapped neatly in brown paper. I started unwrapping. (It is a shame I didn't take pictures - chalk that up to being tired.) There was also a stapled set of instructions. The good news is that they were well written. Several times I when "Huh?" but then kept reading and my question was answered. Seriously, there were not two single pieces of work already joined except for the heddle.
I did get it together. I even added the warping cords that hold warp threads. (if you weave and I got the terms wrong-tell me or just pretend you know what I am talking about.)
I did take pictures after it was together.
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