Afghan Loom Tool

Item 638000
Create fabulous afghans up to 60" (152cm) wide on this unique, compact loom shape! Loom has 198 ABS plastic pegs and comes with a knit hook, instructions, and three projects to get you started. 20 x 12 x 2" (51 x 30 x 5cm).
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Afghan Loom Tool
Item 638000


Returns and Exchanges
If you are dissatisfied in any way with your purchase, you may feel free to return unused merchandise for a full refund or exchange within 60 days. Every order arrives with an itemized invoice and contains complete return instructions.

Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 7 reviews)

September 25, 2017
"This loom is the longest one I could find on the market and the best quality. The largest problem I've had with using this loom is warping. For anyone who has any experience using a loom that is warping, will know how frustrating it can be to cast on and how difficult it can be to work with. This loom can be improved by making it more rigid somehow. I really enjoy it otherwise!"
July 08, 2017
"I bought this loom on a whim, something to do while waiting for appointments. It turned out, to my delight, to be a great investment. Afghans work up so quickly, and it is just a fun way to have conversations other like minded souls who enjoy creating. I do indeed, recommend this wonderful loom."
June 27, 2017
"What I expected "
October 21, 2014
"Afghan Loom I was so excited when my daughter ordered this loom for me as a birthday gift. This loom is made by KB loom which make good quality products and stand behind them. Herrschners has the best price that I could find for it. I have tried this loom only once as I usually save my "big" projects for winter when I am stuck inside. The gage is good for most yarn types from worsted to bulky. I prefer worsted for this loom. The stitches slide on and off the pegs easily which is a plus. "
February 14, 2014
"Afghan Loom These types of looms work great and opens a whole new world of afghan making! I crochet but don't knit, this loom speeds the process and I didn't have to learn to knit. There IS a minor learning curve to using looms & I suggest to start on a smaller loom to learn the basics, then move on to the larger projects. Also use tutorials on You Tube, they're very helpful."