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August 06, 2013


Alice Clark

Never used a loom, but this Kumihimo Loom looks intriguing! What a wonderful prize package!

Judy Hudgins

My oldest daughter loves all thinks Japanese. She would love this (or for me to do it for her).


I love using a bead loom for creating bracelets and wraps for my Native American style flutes.


I would so love to try the kumihimo loom! I've used a pot holder loom; does that count? The book looks great too!


I've never used a loom but have been reading about the Kumihimo in my beading magazines. Would love to win one.


I have made a couple of bracelets, but the one that means the most to me is the one that I made for my niece. She is fixing to get married and she asked me to make her something special for her wedding.


I used a small beading loom many years ago. I do not recall the name. I made a couple of cute things with it at the time. At least I thought they were cute, LOL!

sherelyn nichol

I used a loom to make potholders as a kid ;*/

mary mac

No I haven't used a loom yet, This looks very interesting.


The only loom I've used is one to make potholders years ago. This one looking very interesting.

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