Mirrix looms are precision built of aluminum, copper and stainless steel to be both lightweight and sturdy. As a weaver, I was impressed with the strength of the loom, it's versatility and the ease with which I can transport work in progress.
Claudia Chase, a professional weaver designed the looms for her own use. Beadweavers soon found that using a Mirrix loom to make beaded tapestry reduced the work involved by allowing a "one pass" system where the shedding device allows a row of beading to be completed in one pass rather than requiring a "locking row".
In effect, the shedding bar produces a flexible, tight tapestry weave from Miyuki and 11/0 beads which is far tighter and more flexible than standard beadwoven tapestry. By warping with a continuous warp you can rotate the weaving as it progresses. The working area is easily accessible for you to slide a hand into and the tension is "self-adjusting".
All looms come with detailed instructions that are very easy to follow.
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