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Clip this add-on beam to the back of the bottom beam of your loom with the included C-Clamps and you increase the distance between the front and back warps by an inch and a half, providing a total of two and a half inches of space between the two layers of warp. This is perfect for those who weave wide bead pieces using the traditional method because you can easily get your hand behind the warp to hold the beads in place. It also works for tapestry weavers who want more space between the front and back warps.
*Note: The bottom beam does not increase the size of the shed, only the space between the two layers of warp.
The Mirrix loom extenders are ideal for people who want to weave belts, guitar straps and longer, thin pieces without having to purchase one of the large looms. Included are two lengths of threaded rod, a coupling device to attach it to the threaded rod side bars of the loom, and feet extenders to give your loom its original stability.
There are two sizes of loom extenders. One size is for the 12 and 16 inch looms and gives an additional two feet of weaving length. The other size is for the 22 inch loom and gives an additional 20 inches of weaving length (this is because more length would make the loom unstable).
An extra shedding device for your Mirrix Loom for those of you who didn't buy one originally (For an 8" or 12" loom) or for those who want a second shedding device for your larger loom. Adding a second shedding device to your Mirrix will allow you to use techniques in your tapestry weaving such as twill weave, basket weave and tabby weave. These fancy and fun techniques will take your tapestry weaving to the next level.
You will receive the shedding device, a set of clips (if you need them), a handle, and an Allen wrench.
Separate the top and the bottom parts of the loom (just slide the top part off). Older looms will have a bushing in the bottom of the copper tube with a flange at the bottom. Using a pair of flat nose pliers remove the bushing. Newer looms will have a bushing without a flange, so they do not need to be removed because the clips can slide off the copper tubes without doing so. In either case, slide off the old clips if you are replacing them and/or slide new clips onto the copper bars. Replace the bushing if it was removed. Put the two halves of the loom back together.