Here the loom has been adjusted down 2 sizes to the 18 inch square. This loom adjusts in 3" steps. Two screws at each corner secure the loom frame. The screws turn into pre-tapped holes so they are easy to turn. The in-between size not shown is a 21" square. The smaller the loom size the more the excess rails extend out. The larger sizes may be more practical to use, depending on how you use them and how much space you have.
Hideaway Adjustable Square Looms
Made to Order
Here the fine sett loom is adjusted to full 24" size. There are 98 pins on each side. Made of Oak wood, fine sanded with a hand rubbed MinWax finish applied. There are five square sizes for this loom.
I will have these on Etsy when I have them made, but I generally make square looms as a custom order.
Here customer Margaret is using her new Fine Sett Adjustable Square Loom.
This is the smallest square, 12 inches, that can be made with this 24" loom. The 15" square not shown. The 4 long rails are all equal so it doesn't matter which one attaches to the other. The provided screws can be installed with either a Phillips screwdriver or a #2 square driver. (recommended)
A 12" x 24" rectangle can also be formed. Other shapes are possible but would not be multiples of the width which is what you would want for continuous strand weaving. This rectangle has the width to length ratio in # of pins that is perfect for continuous strand weaving that I use, see rectangle loom info page.
I can now make adjustable square looms, with either the Medium Sett (5/16") or Fine Sett (1/4") spacing. I made and sold a 24" Fine Sett adjustable loom to fill an order. See photos and description of the 24" fine sett square loom below. I can also make square looms in the 36" size. You can see where I have sold some on my Etsy site, www.etsy.com/shop/RogersLooms and see photos and reviews.
If you ask about a custom order through the 'contact' page on my site here, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org; I can give you a little discount over the Etsy price as we will bypass my Etsy commission. If you pay with PayPal you still have lots of buyer protection but you can totally trust me anyway to deliver a quality loom.