Loom & Equipment for sale

“My wife has been a weaver for over 47 years, but now has Parkinson’s Disease and no longer has the strength to use her loom, a Harrisville 8 harness. She is selling the loom, hand-made loom bench, many cones of warp, books,shuttles,and all the other many accessories that she has used over the years. She would like to sell them all together.”

This is all the available information – contact Tracy for seller’s contact info.

Many updates…

November 5 & 6 Holiday show at the Metroplex – contact Sheila and let her know what days you can demo as soon as possible.

Next meeting is Nov 2, 10 am – note the change in the building, #23 Ruritan. Dues are due for 2023, $20. The program is a weavette snowman, bring a white 4″ square

Holiday luncheon is Wednesday December 7 at MCCTC, as usual. Guests are welcome, let Marilyn know if you will be attending.

Johnda Houston unexpectedly passed away recently. Flowers were sent by the Guild.

Great wheel needs a home – was used for decorative purposes only and may not have all its original parts or is usable.  It has been in a garage for the past 15 years. Contact Tracy for the owner’s details.IMG_0161

Antique Loom for Sale

For those who love the unusual…

Weaver’s Delight Flying Shuttle 2 shaft loom, 1894 model. Manufactured by Newcomb Loom Company, Davenport IA. All parts work automatic when beater bar is moved back & forth. Complete with extra parts, shuttles, cylinders and cylinder filling machine. Excellent for rug weaving or historical demonstrations. Includes all books and instructions. The loom is not assembled, pictures below are representative of the original.



Asking $500.00, if interested text or call Ken at 330-219-0359. Loom is located in Warren, Ohio

Loom for Sale

Used 4 harness (15 inch wide) table loom for sale. Asking $150. It is located between East Liverpool and Steubenville, Ohio.

Contact Tracy for the seller’s contact information.

Meeting Reminder **New Date**

The next meeting of the Youngstown Area Weavers is Wednesday February 2 at 11 am in the Colonial Inn on the Canfield Fairgrounds. First Wednesday is the new day, 11 am is the winter meeting time.

The program is an open discussion of weaving repairs. If you have a problem needing fixing, a general question of technique or some advice to hand out, please come and join in the discussion. There is a lot of weaving knowledge in this group!

Since we have been snowed in recently, there ought to be some nice show & tell too…