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Items for Sale, Trade, or to Give Away


Various weaving equipment available: Ashford 24″ rigid heddle loom, Ashford traditional spinning wheel (single and double treadle), Ashford warping mill, Heritage inkle loom, Howel floor band loom (like Glimakra band loom), 35″ Schacht rigid heddle loom. Located in Burlington, CO. Cannot ship. Would like these inherited items to be put to good use. Contact information for seller available from Photos available to interested purchasers from webmaster. (Received 3/2017, Posted 4/28/17)

I have a Schacht table top, 4harness loom. Weaves up to 15”. $250. Contact Jo Ann Patterson-Lavely, 720-232-6086 or email (Posted 4/20/17)


Louet S-71 Spinning Wheel For Sale – Includes 3 large capacity bobbins and detachable 52” windmill skeiner. Oak.
The wheel has been gently used and well cared for, and looks like new. It has a lovely grain. There are no nicks, scratches or dings; no loose joints, nor any other defects. It does not need any refurbishment or parts.
The detachable windmill skeiner is a slightly darker wood than the wheel (you will see this in the photos). This skeiner attaches directly to the wheel by use of a knob (see photos), so the yarn goes from bobbin to skein easily (not the standalone skeiner that Louet currently manufactures).
It has a single-treadle, but the configuration of the wheel is such that it’s easy to treadle with either the left or right foot. Treadling is smooth and easy, and well balanced. Flyer hooks and orifice are large, to accommodate almost any spinning weight.
This vintage style is no longer produced. The wheel with its turned wood pieces shows off the beautiful grain in the wood.
Price $550, includes wheel, skeiner, and 3 bobbins.
Contact Anita Deen for photos and information: 303.548.2776, or (Posted 3/2017)

Macomber loom for sale
40″ 4 harness loom with a 16 harness frame that was manufactured in 1984. If purchased new, it would cost $3,130 from Macomber. I’m not a weaver, so I don’t have specific information to share. If interested, I can provide a serial number so that you could reach out to Macomber for more information. Pictures available on request. Loom is located in SE Denver, just north of the Denver Tech Center. Asking $1,000 OBO.
Contact Carol Nation at 720.289.9154 or (posted 1/8/2017)
8-shaft Countryside loom from Greentree Ranch, 42″ wide includes bench and 3 reeds (6, 10, 15).
Also included in the package: 30 4″ bobbins; 4 boat shuttles; Ball Winder; Wooden swift; 9 yard warping board
If New: $2,700 Asking: $1,800 o.b.o.
This is Elizabeth Harvat’s well loved, well used loom that works perfectly. Photos available on request (email Sally Kuhn at Leave a message for Chris (Elizabeth’s daughter) at 303-519-7757. (posted 12/24/16)

I have a 40″four harness loom I no longer use and would love someone else to enjoy. Would sell for a fair price.
4 Harness Floor Loom, 6 Treadles
Dimensions and pictures available on request. Warp beam brakes are friction, both friction wheels released with a single pedal. The maximum fabric production width is 40″; The tie-up is pushrod requiring heel on treddle to initiate rising shed.

We have 6 boat shuttles, extra pushrods and tubes (all aluminum), a pot-pourri of yarns, 4 larger shuttles, warpping board, sectional pieces for the warp beam (stainless steel pegs), a very nice weaving bench that I did not make (not sure of manufacturer) and lots of extra heddles.

My wife and I used this loom for many years but not at all within the past 10 years. I spent many hours this past week to make sure everything is in good working order. It could be fun for someone who has decided to make the jump to a floor loom.

Any ideas about who we should contact to sell this would be appreciated.

Call 585 329-2075 keith or 585 944-0345 theresa
Email Theresa Scholes, (posted 11/15/16)
Two harness heavy duty Union rug loom. Pictures available on request. Call Marlene 719-659-9528 $250 or best offer. (posted 10/30/16)

Free to weaving enthusiast……42 in Kessnich Loom from estate…. 4 harnesses, 6 pedals, maple…
Ready for easy pick-up in SE Denver. Picture available on request… (posted 10/16)

I’m ready to part with my Macomber 48″, 12 harness floor loom and all accessories. Please consider letting your membership know of this. (C Spgs) over $9000 new, asking $3500 OBO. Pictures available on request. Kathryn Marshall, (posted 10/5/16)

Items Wanted

WANTED: 48 Inch floor loom with 8 treadles. Want it to be in very good condition and am willing to travel to pick up if the loom is right for me. Price depends on condition and loom. Call or text at 719-287-1049 or email at for any information, advice or suggestions.
Kathy Torline – Nordstrom (posted 1/26/17)

Hello, I’m a resident of Brighton, Colorado and I’ve been a crocheter/knitter for 4 years now, but I’m moving into spinning! I started on a drop spindle, purchased an antique wheel, and now I’m looking to buy a more modern wheel (prefer to keep the antique is quality shape…it’s a beaut!).

I’ve been looking high and low for a wheel for two weeks now with no luck. I was told that guild members often have wheels for sale, so I was hoping to see if any of your guild members may have a wheel they’re willing to part with that have the following qualities:

(Listed in order of importance)

1) capable of making fine to medium weight yarn
2) more than one bobbin, or can get one made easily.
3) $300- $400
4)double treadle
5)compact/easy to get away from kiddos
6)castle set up

Email Alyssa Scarbrough