I am on the looming kick again and decided to construct a small 3' loom for making some neck scarves. I remember making a triangle loom a few years back and also a 12" square loom but darn I forgot how I made them - lol!
Google to the rescue! Found lots of info, found my drill, found my nails and wood glue. Off to Home Depot for wood. Also remembered that I had joined a Yahoo Tri-Loom group and found one on Ravelry too. Lots of great help on both sites.
This is what it looked like as I started out.
Yes I pre-drilled my nail holes - so much easier and less chance of splitting the wood. Since I don't have a work shop or fancy tools I had to rely on a hack saw to cut the pieces.
Of course I did not measure right, so some of the joins were wonky. After smoothing out the edges and filling the gaps with wood glue, my loom measured 4 feet. What? How did that happen?
Oh well, turns out that this is a much better size for a neck scarf.
Grabbed some grey Red Heart worsted wt and wove away. I attached the fringe after with a crochet hook.
Now off the loom
And viola - a neck scarf!
Throwing more yarn on the loom for another scarf and having fun!