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Suppliers primarily of looms and weaving tools, accessories, books, CDs, videos, and instruction, as well as artists' studios and galleries.

Total Rug A.K.A. Leesburg Looms & Supply
201 North Cherry Street
Van Wert, OHIO 45891 US
800.329.9254     website              Contact  Total Rug A.K.A. Leesburg Looms & Supply

Leesburg has provided looms and yarn to rug weavers for decades. The showroom is open from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. Saturday by appointment only.

"Pattern Techniques for Handweavers"
Doramay Keasbey
3428 Hampton Way
Eugene, OR 97401-7097 US

"Pattern Techniques for Handweavers," is now available. The book is intended for handweavers at all experience levels with solid coverage of basics for new weavers and fascinating, unusual techniques to excite advanced weaver. Attention is given to drafting, designing, and mechanics of several different loom types. A major portion of the book covers loom-controlled pattern-weaving techniques ranging from the simplest one-shuttle weaves on four or fewer shafts to multishaft versions and complex structures with multiple warps and wefts. A chapter devoted to pick-up techniques includes processes for a single layer, several methods for double weave, and choices for triple warp layers. The final chapters showcase the work of several contemporary weavers and describes drawloom techniques for a variety of different weaves. Included are an extensive glossary, annotated bibliography, and comprehensive index. A pre-publication price of $31.95 (plus $6.00 S&H) is available through Jan. 1, 2006. After Jan. 1, the price will be $39.95. For more information or to purchase a book, contact the author.

Anansi Weavery
Teresa A. O'Neill
P.O. Box 376
Alert Bay, BC V0N 1A0 Canada
250-974-2176     website              Contact Anansi Weavery

The Anansi Weavery is located in the village of Alert Bay, situated on a small island off the northern tip of Vancouver Island in British Columbia and specializes in quality hand-woven tapestries, rugs and wall-hangings

Arm AG
Rohrstrasse 2
CH-3507 Biglen, Switzerland
+41 31 701 07 11     website              Contact Arm AG

This Swiss family-owned firm has been in existence since 1885, and offers a complete line of electronic and hand operated looms, including the ARM PATRONIC for sampling. Second-hand ARM looms are available. Fax: +41 31 701 07 14. Choose English, German or French.

Aubusson House Tapestry Fibers
Jean Farrington
1012 Terrace Avenue
Victoria, BC V8S 3V3 Canada
1-866-666-9276     website              Contact Aubusson House Tapestry Fibers

Specializing in Tapestry warp, seine twine and linen warp, we also carry two different Tapestry yarns in a total of 780 colours all in our toll free line or 1-250-361-3001.

Bakkehuset Pattern Shop
Jytte Bonde
St. Karlsmindevej 73
Fax: +45 47 98 50 03     website              Contact Bakkehuset Pattern Shop

Weaving and knitting projects with full pattern descriptions for different fabrics, project notes, suggested use and inspirational pages. All printed in full color. Delivered in copy safe pockets. Mail order only.

Bear Creek Fibers
Sharon Minett
27686 Holly Ave.
Tomah, WI 54660 USA
608-374-4078     website              Contact Bear Creek Fibers

Bear Creek Fibers is a full service yarn shop and production weaving studio. We offer classes in knitting, weaving, crochet and felting.

BEKA, Inc.
542 Selby Ave
St. Paul, MN 55102 US
1-888-999-2352     website              Contact BEKA, Inc.

BEKA has been making a wide range of rigid heddle looms and shuttles since 1973.

Blomqvist/Nordiska Textil-Garner AB
512 84
Överlida, Sweden
    website              Contact Blomqvist/Nordiska Textil-Garner AB

Swedish yarn and equipment supplier for handweaving and knitting, mainly by mail order.

Bluster Bay Woodworks
Terry LaVallee and Kristie Sherrod
804 Airport Way
Sandpoint, ID 83864 US
208-263-4600     website              Contact Bluster Bay Woodworks

Handcrafted weaving shuttles and yarn swifts in the finest hardwoods.Thirty-two styles of shuttles and eight different yarn swifts.

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