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Small Loom (Speedweve Replica) Darning tool

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Based on the original Speedweve darning "machine", we stock 3 sizes of this nifty darning loom tool! NEW AND IMPROVED DESIGN NOW IN STOCK!

This new design includes strong metal springs instead of elastic bands.

*Please be aware of cheap, poor quality knock offs that are flooding the market from China at the moment. You can be sure that we only sell the highest quality available, and never cheap, unethical knock-offs from China.*

10 Hooks:

  • Diameter 70mm (2 ¾")
  • 42mm (1 ⅝") warp width (space from first hook to last hook)
  • 10 hooks spaced approx 5mm apart
  • Use for small patches using thicker threads/yarn since the hooks are spaced further apart

14 Hooks:

  • Diameter 70mm (2 ¾")
  • 42mm (1 ⅝") warp width (space from first hook to last hook)
  • 14 hooks spaced approx 3mm apart
  • Use for small patches with thinner or thick yarns

21 Hooks:

  • Diameter 93mm (5 ")
  • 65mm (2 ½") warp width (space from first hook to last hook)
  • 21 hooks spaced approx 3mm apart
  • Use for small or large patches using thinner or thicker yarns

We also stock the new colourful ABS version,and our exclusive PREMIUM local Hardwood versions!

And check out these wonderful Recycled Denim Mending Pouches for your loom!

The perfect device for mending holes in your knitwear or woven fabrics, this darning loom will turn those moth hole woes into moth hole WOWS!

Just stretch the fabric over the tool, use the rubber bands to fix the fabric and loom in place, set up your warps and get weaving!

We have a great range of Sashiko threads which you can use for yourdarning/mending/embellishing (the variegated threads are amazing on these looms!), including these perfect littleGarden Party SetsMini Collection Packs, or use some stash yarn! And some gorgeous reclaimed cashmere threads too!

The Speedweve darning loom doesn't come with written instructions, but there are some great instruction videos on YouTube to get you going, which work so much better than written notes.

Click here to see our Instagram video using the 14 Hook Loom (swipe on post to watch the little video).