The red dot in the second photo below is a 'turning point' that I followed when making the first single strand run.
Same loom changed to the middle width, at the next to longest possible rectangle. Makes a finished scarf about 10 inches wide when taken off the loom. This finished width depends on the thickness of yarn used, the thicker the yarn and the looser you weave, the wider the result.
Above, an earlier version of my rectangle looms, with a wool scarf being taken off. The arrangement of the pins around the rectangle allow for there to be a perfect final weaving path for the last strand of the continuous strand weaving. This I discovered by trial and error after looking for this solution off and on for several years. I also found that a right-return rectangle continuous weaving method is easier to use.
5 foot by 15" Hideaway Scarf Loom. Usually has9", 12", & 15" widths. $225.00 with free shippng. I have 1 in stock 1-30-2021. SALE PENDING It has 7", 10", & 15" width choices, each with many rectangle length settings, including squares.
This is the upper left corner of the new Scarf loom. The blue "A" marks were put on this photo to show how the assembly is done. The actual marks on the oak wood do not show when assembled. With this new design, this is the corner that stays connected whatever width or length you are using. That simplifies the positioning of the 'start' or 'S' logo. All my instructions for weaving use this corner as the starting corner, and markings for rectangle corners and turning points for the initial strand don't come out right if you don't start in the upper left corner. It is about syncing the loom orientation with the weaving instructions. The longest piece is 63" long, the box 65" long.
Above - The 5 ' scarf loom set at the 9" width, next to longest length. I discovered the proper pin arrangement system to achieve a perfect weaving rectangle. This can be applied to any approximate rectangle length, based on the number of pins (nails) of the width. I also discovered (maybe you could say invented?) a good weaving method that is easy to use. I include those weaving instructions you can get at the top of this page.
I call it my scarf loom because it is long enough for an average scarf. I can make a 5' loom that has much wider choices, I guess I could call that a "shawl" loom. Inquire for more on this custom loom.
It is a 6 piece set. Use the top and bottom long rails and the left end rail each time to create 10 different rectangles. The other 3 pieces are the movable right end rails. Change the setting at the lower left corner and choose the matching movable right end rail to change widths. Move the right end rail to pre-set positions to change lengths and still get a perfect pin arrangement for continuous strand weaving. Color coded marks show which pins will be the rectangle corners. Pins to be used for the initial strand turns are also marked with the same color. I call these the 'turning points'.
Basic 4-piece rectangle looms. Like the loom shown above, these looms only weave in one width (narrow side), but can adjust to multiple lengths.
Instruction loom at the 6" x 18" size
Instruction Loom at the 6" x 12" size
10 x 60" Scarf loom. 2 in stock - $185 with free shipping.
Adjusts to 10x30, 10x40, 10x50 and 10x60 inches. This photo is from a customer, see her videos on youtube, search for "ThePacadashery". These prices are a discount from the Etsy price, plus I don't charge sales tax like Etsy now does for 35 + US states. Not listed on Etsy.
9 x 36 Hideaway Rectangle Loom, photo above. $146 with free shipping.
I have one in stock now, Jan 30, 2021. This loom will adjust to 9 x 18", 9 x 27", & 9 x 36". All these settings are perfect for continuous strand weaving. Search youtube for my video using this 9 x 36" loom. Search for "Hideaway Looms"
Multiple-width rectangle looms. These looms have modular width adjustments, usually 3 widths, and also adjust in length. These basic looms consist of 6 wood pieces.
The 6" x 24" loom will also adjust to 2 shorter rectangles. Above it is shown full size with a scarf that was joined while both pieces were still on the loom. I have made a video of the "double stacking" weaving process and have posted it on my youtube channel - Hideaway Looms.
Updated Jan. 30, 2021- I can sell a loom by sending you a PayPal invoice. I am not using Etsy as much these days. I do not have Fedex or UPS pickup here on the homestead and I am not going off the homestead as much. I will be able to ship out Feb. 5, 2021. If you contact me before then I could sell you a loom and ship it out that date. I can send a Pay Pal invoice for you to pay instantly. I have my digital downloads available now at www.etsy.com/shop/RogersLooms