The Best Beginner Loom

One question we get a lot here at Mirrix Looms is this: “Can a beginner use a Mirrix Loom”

The answer is a resounding, “yes!”

One of the great things about a Mirrix is that you can learn and grow with your loom. A Mirrix Loom offers you a professional quality foundation to grow your craft/art. Plus, a Mirrix is an incredibly versatile loom. This means you can decide you want to get into beads when you started with tapestry or tapestry if you started with fiber or that you want to weave with wire or begin making mixed-media pieces.


Another question we get often is, “Which loom is best for a beginner?” There really isn’t an answer to that. Any of our looms will work for a beginner. The difference between most of our looms is simply size. If you’re a beginner who wants to eventually make very large pieces, you may want to invest in a larger loom. If you’re an expert who only makes small pieces, a smaller loom will be best. That said, most beginners decide to start on the small side since those looms are less of an investment financially. Our 8″ Lani Loom, 12″ Little Guy Loom and 16″ Big Sister Loom are the most popular looms for beginner bead and tapestry weavers.

The Easy Warp Method

Our Easy Warp Sam Loom is a pared-down Mirrix meant for beginners who want to start slowly and add-on accessories as they get more comfortable with their loom. This loom is a great choice for beginners, but any Mirrix can be warped using the Easy Warp method.

Check out this video for more on this warping method:

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This post goes over some basics of what you need to begin weaving. In addition to your loom, there isn't much you need!

Have a question? We're happy to help. Email me directly with any questions you have about beginning to weave on a Mirrix Loom! 

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