These are the looms I recommend for beginners, but even seasoned weavers would love them. You can never have too many looms!
It comes all strung up and ready to go!
A little smaller than the wooden loom- a perfect loom for kids to learn on.
This little loom is just 2.5 inches wide and 3.5 inches tall. What could be more portable than that?
Rigid heddle looms are a good choice if you'd like to try weaving cloth, but aren't ready for the investment of a big floor loom.
You can make simple, or very intricate bands on an inkle loom. It was my first loom, when I was 10 years old, my big brother made me one!
Mirrix Looms make weaving much easier because they have a lever to change the threads that go up and down when you weave. It's a great loom for bead weaving, too.
Here's a fun way to make scarves, table runners, and blankets. It's different and addicting! The product page has a demonstration video.
Set of five circular looms to create decorations, wall hangings, coasters, trivets and whatever else you can image.
This loom has its origin with Peruvian Indians and their type of weaving - colorful sashes, straps, and bands. The loom attaches around your waist and you lean back to tighten the warp.
It's only 2.25 inches x 5 inches, and can make pom-poms, tassels, friendship bracelets, small weavings and cords.
This little book is small enough to slip into a project bag- perfect for beginning weavers.
The Looper Loom kit is a fun and easy way to create custom coasters, pot-holders, purses, rugs, or whatever you can dream up! Great for kids and adults alike; no experience necessary!
I remember making this out of a wooden thread spool when I was a kid, and this sure is a cute upgrade!
A cute kit featuring the Loome Tool. It can make pom-poms, tassels, friendship bracelets, small weavings and cords.