LeClerc 45” Tissart tapestry loom. 1970s upright loom with 2 shafts, rotating warp and cloth beams controlled by ratchets, and a movable beater with up/down action. The Tissart was called the “loom for artists” because the weaver can stand or sit in front of it and view the vertical weaving as s/he works. LeClerc no longer makes this loom, but their vertical Gobelin tapestry loom costs upward of $3000. This Tissart could use a new canvas apron, but other than that it’s intact. It comes with two reeds, one 8 per inch and one 12. $900. (H=69 ¼”, W=52 ¾”, D at base=26”)
Warping board. This frame, measuring 20 ½ “ by 37 ¼ “, with movable pegs, can be yours for $40.
Assorted weaving supplies: cards, lease sticks, belt loom, 2 rigid heddles. If you teach weaving classes or simply wish to do some 2-harness weaving yourself, you may want to consider adding these items to your stash of supplies. $75 for the lot.
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