Buy a Loom, Get a FREE Class!

It’s once again that time of year when I move my studio one room over to the living room and spend half of my time hunkered down in front of the wood stove with some sort of project in front of me. I love looking outside and seeing the distant mountains drenched in color while I am keeping toasty and focusing on creating beautiful things. 

One project I will be making several of this season is Mirrix's Crystal & Bead Wrap Bracelet. It is easy to weave and stunning to wear, making it a great gift to give loved ones of any age! 

When I'm not focused on making gifts, I will be working on one of a few tapestries I have in the works.

If you're like me and want to gift your friends and family members with something handmade, or if you are looking forward to spending autumn weaving tapestry all cuddled up in front of a fire, then we have a wonderful deal for you.

With the purchase of ANY Mirrix Loom (including loom starter packages) we are giving away (read: totally FREE) either our Crystal and Bead Wrap Bracelet online class (worth $29) or our Tapestry Sampler online class (worth $59) through October 25th. 

It is time to cozy up next to the wood stove and let your creative juices flow! 

Here's How to Get This Deal:
Add a loom to your cart, one of the classes and anything else you want to buy and then use code FREEWEAVE at checkout. 

If you'd like the kit for the wrap bracelet class, you can find it here

Happy autumn weaving to all of you! 

Terms & Restrictions: Cannot be applied to past purchases (no exceptions). Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Deal expires at midnight Pacific Time on 10/25/2017. Only valid at

1 comment

Maryann Chind

Hi, I had thought that when I purchased my Mirrix loom I was supposed to get a free class, but I did not know about adding it to my cart. Am I still eligable for the free class now? I purchased the Big Sister loom and the shedding device along with the bottom spring kit around 12/20/2017.

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