$10, 14 pairs of knitting needles. Yes, metal, but useful to have around for sizes I don’t already have in bamboo.
Another find from the thrift store this weekend; a plastic Weave-It Hand Loom. Something to do tiny samples on, or just a random piece to collect? Hopefully I’ll make use of it.
For more info on using these little gems, see the eLoomaNation site.
Current Audiobook: Having given up on the annoying Sister Grimm series, I’m moving back to adult books. Currently listening to 12.21: A Novel by Dustin Thomason
On Deck: Just picked up The Elgin Affair: The Abduction of Antiquity’s Greatest Treasures and the Passions it Aroused by Theodore Vrettos
“Every saint has a past and every sinner has a future.” – Oscar Wilde
Sooooo. Going on the theory that:
1) I earned the money, and other than crafts and books I don’t spend a lot
2) chances like this don’t come along every day
I acquired a table loom via craigslist months ago.
Mountain Loom - maybe but I'm not sure
It has no markings on it, but from what I can tell it might be an elusive Mountain Loom pique table loom. Teksolv heddles, which will take some getting used to. It is a portable 8-shaft loom that I can take to workshops or move easily around the small home. Haven’t tried it out yet but am anxious to try out some 8-shaft patterns for a change.
This is going to require some rethinking of the tiny crafting storage area, and spare materials may end up being jettisoned in order to keep this baby.
“For many men, the acquisition of wealth does not end their troubles, it only changes them.” – Lucius Annaeus Seneca