Just as the title says I have a loom- its a little table top loom that was billed as “antique” but I suspect that vintage might apply more. Its mostly made of press-board. Given that I suspect that it was a loom designed for teaching girls to weave at camp sometime in the 1960-1970’s. The 4 harnesses work well along with the gears on the front and back beams. Its only got about 8-9″ of weaving space but that’s all I’m going to need right now anyway. I needs a new custom reed that I’ve ordered from the Woolery. At least in this size they are reasonably cheap. The odd thing is that its got a metal back beam with 4 metal spools on it (not shown in the pictures since I’m cleaning the rust off then a coat of rustolim.) They seem to have come with pre-wound cotton so that a warp dose not need to be measured. Yet another reason that I think this was a “teaching” loom. For now this will do. Besides I can teach my daughter to use it and that is priceless.
I have found out that this is a Structo Artcraft Loom from the structo MFG Co. of Freeport IL