So much FUN to personalize your Weaving Goddess Loom.
The Weaving GoddessLoom was designed to enhance your weaving experience with extra width, length and multi sized grooves to create your jewelry, home décor, fashion and other creative projects. The Weaving Goddess collection, compliment’s the original Jewel Loom products and can be used together to create your favorite designs. It is my greatest desire that you enjoy working on your loom and as always if you have any questions or need help you can email email@example.com.
How to take care of your Weaving Goddessproducts
The Weaving Goddess products can be cared for, by using a light coating of beeswax. This will keep the wood smooth, flexible, and less prone to splintering. Baltic Birch is also perfect for staining with any variety of stain. Some stains even come with a poly base that also provides a glossy or matte finish if desired. You can personalize your Weaving Goddess products by painting them to create a truly one of a kind look.Please note that there may be a slight color or shade difference on your untreated piece due to the nature of the Baltic Birch. Your Weaving Goddess Loom is a wooden product and although she is strong and flexible, proper care must be taken to prevent damage.
Your Weaving Goddess Loom comes fully assembled with permanently attached risers and grooves. There is also a stability insert to help keep your risers from bending.
Carefully slide the two stand pieces together. You can use a little beeswax to help the pieces slide together if there is any resistance.
Place assembled stand in inserts on round base support and push down lightly. You can use a wood glue to permanently secure the stand to the base. You can use your Stands with the Original Jewel Loom and Baby Jewel Loom
Weaving Goddess Needles, Combs & Shuttles are ready to use.
General Instructions on How to use your new loom:
Carefully tie one end of your thread to the top groove on your loom and begin to warp your threads skipping desired grooves according to your particular project. Tie the end of your thread to the coordinating top or bottom groove where you stop your warping process. Begin to create your wefts by inserting your needle into the warps by going back and forth left to right or right to left which ever direction works for your dominate hand movement. Trim excess threads with cutting tool and carefully remove project from loom. Most projects created in the Jewel Loom Inspirations book can be recreated on the Weaving Goddess Looms.