box loom

box loom

[′bäks ‚lüm]
(textiles)
A loom that uses several shuttles to weave fabric with more than one type of filling yarn or with a regular filling pattern.
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You may also want to try the Shoe Box Loom described on Page 4.
See the instructions for the Shoe Box Loom on Page 4.
To begin weaving, students use simple box looms strung with 1/2" (1 cm) between the warp threads.
In the last few days, as the ballot box loomed, he even hired a giant, 24-seater helicopter so we could revisit 24 key seats in hedge-hopping, whirlybird dash.