This is a lot of work!!!
You've got a new product to sell. Easy-peasy! Take some pictures, make a video, upload it to youtube and develop a website.
OH! MY! WORD!
I had no idea what I was getting myself into. It sounded so easy. But it wasn't and it took forever!!!!
So here it is! It's not perfect - heck, it's not even close!
But it's a beginning. Tell us what you think.
Let us know how we can improve.
And, for heaven's sake, if you find any typos - please tell me!!!
Now for the fun part - adding things as they happen and finding out what YOU think about our farm and our loom!
Think I'll take the camera, jump on my bike and go take some pictures of the goats! Happy day!
4/16/2014 11:53:20 am
Love this great idea and would love to get one.
11/17/2014 05:12:22 am
Your looms are amazing !! I am a rug hooker --- have always wanted to learn to weave. I have been going to the sheep and wool festivals for the past few years and have fallen in love with weaving. I wish you lived closer where you could teach in my shop !!
11/17/2014 12:23:30 pm
I want to win the rectangle loom; it's wonderful! Thanks for the opportunity to try and win one.
11/18/2014 02:01:56 am
I've always wanted to weave but knew the warping part would drive me nuts. Perfect solution! Asking for Christmas present.
11/23/2014 10:16:57 pm
I am new to weaving and would love to learn. I love the farm atmosphere in your photos. Looks so peaceful.
3/8/2016 01:10:52 am
I have been interested in weaving for years, but was always put off by the certainty that I would mess up the warping process. This loom is amazing! Can you do all the different weaves I see on various sites with it? From your video,, I take it the stand is included....if one does not begin with the economy option that is? Want to win one? Who wouldn't!?! Love your site and the atmosphere of your videos. You make it look like something I could do without winding up in a snarl of yarn in the middle of the floor.
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