Well, here it is not even Halloween and I'm talking Christmas. . . .I don't know about you but I have to start a long time before the Holidays in order to finish everything I have on my mind to make. . . .Most years, I fall short. . . .which is why I started these Prim Homespun Angels way ahead of time. . . .I'm making them larger than the instructions say. . . .I'd like to have lots to put on the tree. . . .or maybe to hide in unexpected corners. . . .As friends and relatives visit during the holidays, I'll share an Angel with them. . . .giving them each one to take home to their tree. . . .These are 'Delta Angels' but as you know, Angels can be from anywhere!
Now that I look a little closer--for a cottage look--I think vintage hankies might make some nice Angels, too. . .hmmmm. . . .
Recently, I asked John if he'd make a Rag Rug Loom for a table runner. . . .I've had others inquire if we had such a loom, so I thought I'd see what we could do. . . .Well. . . .Time went on, John got very busy, and I didn't have the heart to push for yet another loom. . . .
Then I had a brain storm!
Change out the bars on the Large Rag Rug Loom with the bars on the Two-in-One Loom!
It was as simple as removing a few screws.
I have to admit, I did talk John into moving them around for me, since he has the power tools. . . .But, I could have done it with a regular Phillips screwdriver. . . .
The screw holes on the two looms interchanged beautifully. . . .For you who already have the two looms, there's a possibility holes might be slightly off and another hole will have to be made. . . .John uses a template for all the looms, yet there could be a little variation. . . .There was no problem on my looms. . . .
Once we had the table runner loom together, I realized the remaining bars would form almost a square. . . .Oh JOHN!!!!!!! Bring those tools back!
So. . . .two of our Rag Rug Looms is like owning five: