In 2017 I added a 70 cm Glimakra Ideal
countermarch loom that had water damage
I lovingly restored it-
sanding it down,
rubbing three coats of Tung Oil finish on it,
and then waxing it.
My husband, Marshall, added some custom
woodworking touches of Cocobolo wedges,
along with African Padauk wood supports for the bench.
I also rescued a 120 cm Glimakra Standard
horizontal countermarch loom,
with eight shafts and ten treadles.
It had some water damage, and
it also had hearts and leaves painted on it,
so it was lovingly restored by me.
It's quiet to weave on,
and I love the simple design of this loom.
I also weave on a lovely
Hollandia parallel countermarch loom made by Louet.
It is a four shaft six treadle loom that is a breeze to tie up
and whisper quiet to weave on.
It features an excellent loom design and I love weaving on it!
Another vintage Baby Wolf loom has made its way into my house.
Funny enough how that happens, isn't it?
Olad strikes again :-)
This loom was made in 1992,
and it's a four shaft loom.
It had one warp put on it when it was new,
and then it sat unused for years and years.
It will be used in my house....
Now I have a row of looms filled with various weaving projects....