Do you have something for sale? Are you looking for something?
Please send your item's specific description and your preferred email contact information in a file (Word or in an email) and ONE jpeg picture per item (if you would like) to Erin Vader: firstname.lastname@example.org
When your item(s) sells, please send me an email, and I will remove the ad. Otherwise, items will be removed after six months. If you wish to relist, send a new ad.
Due to unlawful activity on the internet,
please only accept
CASH for anything sold on this site.
NOTE: Scammers will tell you they are "out of town on business,” will send cashier checks, want to send you more than the dollar amount for the item, and then have you arrange for shipping/pickup by a third party. Cashier check validity can come weeks later from your bank, and then you are out of the item and the money. Please only perform transactions in person and with cash.
In Search of a 15 or 16 inch Schacht rigid heddle loom with heddles, stand would be nice but not required. Contact: LuAnn Condon in Traverse City at email@example.com.
A Handweaver’s Pattern Book by Marguerite Porter Davison. Jacket is torn, but book is in very good condition. Twenty-sixth printing, 217 pages, purchased in 1990.
Learning To Weave with Debbie Redding. Soft cover, spiral bond. Some wear
on cover but overall nice condition. Some highlighting inside. Purchased in 1988.
Asking $100 for the pair.
Call or email Bob:
Schacht Tapestry Loom and Treadle Stand
Free! Back issues of Handwoven and Knitters' magazines and patterns. firstname.lastname@example.orgMay 2022
Fearlessly Hand Dyed Warps and Skeins for purchase
I am Kathrin Weber and have been a full time dyer and weaver since the late 70’s. I particularly enjoy the flow of colors as I combine primary dye colors to make a full color palette for the yarn I dye and the fabrics I weave. If you are interested in working with my dyed yarn, please order from Blazing Shuttles – Handdyed and Handwoven in North Carolina.
Less than 8 ounces $2.60/oz.
In Search of:
48”, 24-shaft Toika Eeva,
with updated ‘control box’, bench w bin under, belly-board, live-weight tension system (in addition to the built-in system), all the software/instructions/and the laptop to run it, and reference books for multi-shaft weaving. The current new price is $16,900. I would be happy with $10,000, pick up here in Alpena by end of January, this year. It would be better for the new keeper to participate in the take-down.