December 23, 2008

Palm Loom - Economical Home Rug Maker

Thrifted Treasure.
This is the sort of thrift store find that prompts me to audible exclamations of pleasure (TMI?)
I love tools, I love fiber arts, I love vintage things...& I love items made from 'the finest quality molded plastic'. I couldn't find an example of a rug made from the Palm Loom, but I'm sure they exist. I enjoy the tool, its direction sheet & its box, but I will not use it to make a rug. I'm not that dedicated.

9 comments:

Jo said...

seems like such a shame to have such a fabulous find but not use it, by the way saw all your slippers on flickr, I think they are incredible!

carriestrine said...

I'm fascinated! I want to know how it works!!

Fun is always in style. said...

I do think I may have to try this one, I can't find an example of the finished product & I'm pretty curious too.
I have tooooo many wip right now!

Anonymous said...

I also have one of these that my grandmother had bought. I don't think I have seen anything she made from it though. I keep meaning to use it with some extra fabric but also have too many WIPs.

Dena and Adrianna said...

I just bought one, but do not have instructions. Would you mind sharing how to use it? :)

Anonymous said...

I just bought one for a quarter at a flea market! Also in the box with instructions. I will definitely try.

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