3/16" 64 peg XFine Adult Medium Sock Knitting Loom

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This 3/16" gauge loom is perfect for making Adult Women's socks ( approximately 8.5 - 9.0 circumference) using #1 xfine yarn. Make sure to follow the Making Socks that fit video to measure which loom you need accurately.

Ideal for #1 sock yarn.

Loom Details: Gauge 3/16" spacing, 64 pegs, Diameter: 4 3/4"

 

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Allison Jones-Lo
I love it!

I prefer to use very thing yarns. I have a huge stash of them. The 3/16" looms are perfect for my loom knitting projects!

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Chantal Fortier
Fantastic

I made a mistake in my order I contacted them and they were very nice they took the time to help me and sent me the right knitting I love it ;)

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wanda rowe
Amazing Quality!

This is my first time buying from Cindwood looms and I must say, the quality of the pegs are out of this world! Hopefully this brand will become available at local craft stores around the country. Most definitely will be buying again.

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Brandy Horning
This is my new favorite loom.

I’ve been trying to perfect loom knit socks all summer. I started with a rectangular loom the switched to an oval loom and now I have a CINDWOOD round loom. I love this loom! It’s well made and sturdy. The loom sits comfortably in my lap making it easy to rotate while I knit. Love it!

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virginia Farnham
Is there other looms?

Really? I'm a loom snob. I've tried others and even though I pay a tiny bit more up front..I've found the quality superior, but the price to be substantially low in comparison to the quality of workmanship. As the wife of a leathersmith, I'm all to familiar with the hands on time each item can take, the quality control that is a MUST and how there are just some folks that no matter what, just are not going to be happy. Overall, I don't think it's worth going ANYWHERE else for looms. But, as a maker, again, this is only my opinion. You must discern if this is the right advice and loom for you.