The Relmu Adjustable Pin Loom (“rainbow” in mapuche language) is one single wooden surface that includes 10 sizes of square pin loom:
– 5 sizes of square to weave as a Zoom Loom or Weave-it
– 5 sizes of square to weave on the bias (rapid weaving)
It is a bulky yarn pin loom. You can use thick yarn or either multiple strands of yarn. The distance between pins is 0.94 cm (center to center).
Versatile, handy, portable size, easy to use, take and store, highly enjoyable.
You can try those thick balls of yarn that you usually use to make wall tapestries. Or reuse Zoom Loom patterns to make bigger stuff, because the Relmu uses the same number of warp and weft rows as the Zoom Loom or Weave-it loom! (see pictures)
These loomed are designed by Florencia Campos Correa and made in the US.
Simple to use, just:
1. Choose a project to make.
2. Choose a size of square.
3. Arrange the pins as detailed instructions (included in the set).
4. Start weaving!
5. When the woven piece is finished, remove it and so the pins to store it safely.
More basic weaving instructions are available for FREE in my web www.ullvuna.cl
As easy as that! Avoid the regular nail looms that damage your cloth and are difficult to store! Save space at home by having 10 weaving looms in one!
The Relmu Adjustable Pin Loom surface is 33×33 cm (13″). It includes the following pin loom sizes:
– 30×30 cm (12×12″ aprox)
– 25×25 cm (10×10″ aprox)
– 22×22 cm (9×9″ aprox)
– 18×18 cm (7×7″ aprox)
– 14×14 cm (6×6″ aprox)
* Pins lenght is 3,2 cm
Relmu is perfectly made by CNC router technology. The main surface is birch MDF with a vegetable (ecological) coating and the pins are acrylic made. It was designed in Chile and it is produced by order in the US.
You will receive with this purchase:
– Relmu (33×33 cm / 13″ wooden surface)
– Plastic bag with 130 acrylic pins (enough to complete the bigger square and a few extra ones).
– 6″ weaving needle.
– Printed sheet with detailed instructions on how to use this set.
– Everything comes carefully wrapped in a printed cotton ecobag, inside of a cardboard box (pizza box).