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There’s probably someone you know who made potholders on a loom like this when they were a child. It’s one of those wonderful old fashioned inventions still popular and useful today. It’s fun, and easy to do for all ages!
This kit has enough loops to make 6 potholders, The loom is metal, not plastic and has an improved peg design so the loops won’t slip off as easily while you weave.
- Sturdy Metal Loom 7" x 7"
- 2 Hooks (one metal for loop weaving and one plastic for finishing)
- Illustrated instructions
- Enough cotton loops to make six potholders
- Multicolored 100% Cotton Loops
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Unused items in their original condition and packaging can be returned for store credit within 6 months of purchase. No returns or exchanges are available for sale items or jewelry.
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If String Theory cancels the class for any reason, we will refund your registration fee. If you are able to cancel at least one week prior to your scheduled class, you will receive a store credit for your registration fee. If you cancel less than a week prior to the class, you will receive store credit only if we are able to fill your spot. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide class make-ups.
This Pot Holder Kit is going to my 6 yr old grandson !! He will love it ! Stay tuned !!
This is a sturdy metal loom, well designed for weaving for folks of all ages (I’m 66 and love mine). The loops are all cotton and make a thick, cushioned hot pad, unlike the nylon ones in cheaper sets that melt at oven temperatures.
And the colors are just as bright as pictured. My grandson, at 4, loves to put on the first layer of loops and direct me as I add the woven layer, and we give them as gifts.