To order looms and/or extra needles, contact Joe at (see price list at the end of this post).

I’m pleased to announce the arrival of the new Wunderwag Industries Pin Looms.
(They are made by my husband’s friend, and I get no compensation for any of the looms sold.)

Wunderwag Industries 3-loom set

Features include . . .

  • a frame slightly wider than the Weave-It (for easier handling), but not so wide that it will interfere with needle maneuverability
  • beveled edge inside the frame facilitates weaving
  • rows and corners numbered in black, and center markings on the top and bottom edges (a huge plus when weaving patterns and you need to keep track of which row you’re on)
  • a clear acrylic frame that makes it easier to see what’s happening at Corner 3 when you get to that last, tight row of weaving
  • headless steel pins, about 1/8 inch longer than Weave-It pins
  • full compatibility with Weave-It and Zoom Looms (pin spacing is 1/8 inch or .32 cm)

Close-up of numbered rows on the 6″ square

The square looms are available in three sizes—2″ square, 4″ square, and 6″ square. The looms are available individually or as a set of the three sizes. (The set price is discounted because of efficient use of the acrylic material when cutting out loom frames.) Each loom comes with its own needle. The 2″ and 4″ looms have a 6″ needle, the 6″ loom has a 7.75″ needle.

Looms and needles

Why a 6″ needle for the 2″ loom? It’s more comfortable to use a longer needle. I used to weave with a short needle on the 2″ loom till I tried the longer needle. Now I use the 6″ needle exclusively, even on my homemade 1″ wide looms.

2″ and 6″ looms with their needles

UPDATE 14 April 2017

Announcing: needle replacement prices . . . AND . . .

The new 2″ x 6″ (bookmark size) loom is now available!

Bookmarks and loom

It’s $35 and comes with a 6″ weaving needle.


New Triangle Looms!

Triangle looms come in three sizes and each comes with a weaving needle.

Prices for the triangle looms are the same as those for the same-size square looms (including set prices and discounts). Each triangle’s 1-2 and 1-3 sides corresponds to the square loom of the same size. Triangles may be joined at the long edges. Different sizes can be combined with squares for a multitude of possible configurations (think quilting patterns). We designed the triangle looms with even numbered rows (along the 1-3 side) and numbered pins along the hypotenuse (to help clarify written directions).

6″ triangle with two 4″ triangles (I haven’t tested this yet to see if they really do go together, so this is just a suggestion)

4″ triangle with two 2″ triangles and 2″ square

UPDATE March 2019

New Rectangle Looms! 2″ x 4″ ($28) and 1″ x 4″ ($20). Each comes with a 6″ weaving needle.

New Wunderwag Industries rectangle looms — 2″ x 4″ and 1″ x 4″ — are available in clear acrylic (these white looms were special purchase items)

UPDATE July 2019

New Looms! 1″ x 1″ ($15) and 4″ x 6″ ($38). Each comes with a weaving needle.

1″ x 1″ ($15), 4″ x 6″ ($38)

UPDATE 24 OCT 2019

New loom sizes: 3″ square, 1″ x 2″ and 1″ x 6″ rectangles.

I’m really excited about these new sizes, especially the 3″ square. If you like to make little things, such as these pumpkins, it’s terrific to now have a go-between size to unite anything you make in 2″ and 4″ sizes.

A trio of pumpkins—made with 2″, 3″, and 4″ looms

The 1″ x n” rectangles are also useful. They can frame squares, or be a necessary piece in a doll dress, for example.

Straps on this dress are 1″ x 4″ pieces. I also used the 1″ wide rectangular pieces to reinforce the inner back edges of the dress where the snap fasteners are.


Square (and Triangle) Looms:

1″ x 1″ Loom = $15 (includes a 6″ weaving needle)
1.5″ x 1.5″ Loom = $18 (includes a 6″ weaving needle)
2″ x 2″ (or 2″ Triangle) Loom = $20 (includes a 6″ weaving needle)
3″ x 3″ Loom = $28 (includes a 6″ weaving needle)
4″ x 4″ (or 4″ Triangle) Loom = $30 (includes a 6″ weaving needle)
6″ x 6″ (or 6″ Triangle) Loom = $40 (includes an 8″ weaving needle)

1 or 2 sets of three (2″, 4″, and 6″) = $85.50 per set (5% Discount)
3 or more sets of three (2″, 4″, and 6″) = $81.00 per set (10% Discount)

Rectangle Looms:

4″ x 6″ = $38 (includes a 6″ weaving needle)
2″ x 6″ = $35 (includes a 6″ weaving needle)
1″ x 6″ = $30 (includes a 6″ weaving needle)
2″ x 4″ = $28 (includes a 6″ weaving needle)
1″ x 4″ = $20 (includes a 6″ weaving needle)
1″ x 2″ = $18 (includes a 6″ weaving needle)

Replacement Needles:

6” (5.75” actual) – 1 to 3: $2.75 each,  4 or more: $2.48 each (10% discount)
8” (7.75” actual) – 1 to 3: $3.25 each,  4 or more: $2.93 each (10% discount)

Plus Shipping

Payments will be made through PayPal. Joe will send an invoice when your looms are ready to ship. You may need to check your PayPal account to find the invoice.
If you don’t have a PayPal account, you can create a new account before you pay. If you don’t want to create an account, you can pay using a credit or debit card. (Info from PayPal’s FAQs.)


To order looms and/or extra needles, contact Joe at

Please provide the following information:

Your Name
Your Address
Your Email Address
Number of looms and/or replacement needles—indicate sizes and/or numbers desired (please be specific regarding numbers and sizes of replacement needles)

Warping instructions are not included with the square *looms, but are available here:

Diagrams (Please note: warping procedure for rectangle is the same as for the square looms.)
Yardage Requirements


*If you need printed versions of the instructions, please tell Joe when placing your order.

5 Thoughts on “New Loom Time!

  1. Marjorie Duizer on 16 March 2019 at 5:35 PM said:

    Is there a 1″X1″ pin loom?

    • I understand there is a 1″ x 1″ loom. Joe hasn’t given me any information on it, so I suppose he is planning to advertise it when he launches his own website. Your guess is as good as mine at this point. However, if you’re interested in ordering the 1″ loom, you can contact him at the email address above.

  2. Joye Hatfield on 3 November 2020 at 6:04 PM said:

    Will there be an offer that includes all that your husband had created as a single offer?

    • My husband doesn’t make the looms; they’re made by our fried, Joe. I can’t answer what his plans are (I don’t think he has plans to offer them on Amazon though). New looms become available from time to time, so it might be difficult to keep a running group offer. The looms are cut from acrylic sheets; sometimes he is able to cut a loom from the leftover piece of a larger loom; I think these are the ones he offers as sets.

  3. Joye Hatfield on 3 November 2020 at 6:05 PM said:

    Will there be an offer that includes all that your husband had created be offed on amazon

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