Look at it!

I didn’t mention to many people that when I went to Schacht headquarters in September that I hatched a plan to get myself a Baby Wolf. I wasn’t sure it would actually happen but then I got a phone call that they were putting the finishing touches on it. It arrived late Wednesday afternoon. I know you’d rather see photos then hear me blather on.
That’s the quick photo I took before I dived in getting her set up.
Look at those shafts:
And the Treadles/Lamms:
The treadles make me all weak in the knees.

She’s a special order in Black Walnut, Cherry, Maple, and a few pieces of Oak thrown in there too. I’ve talked to Jane at Schacht and they’ll do one more for me like this if anyone is interested. They don’t have a lot of Black Walnut parts so there is only one more that can possibly done

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16 Responses to Look at it!

  1. Oh, Amy! It’s beautiful! May you have many wonderful warps on this loom!


  2. wendy says:

    That’s way cool!

  3. Lynn says:

    Woo! That’ll be like playing the piano when you weave!

  4. Rachel says:


  5. Amy says:

    check out all of its majesty!

  6. Chris says:

    Whoa, baby! That’s a beauty! Congratulations.

  7. Donna B says:

    Happy Loom to you! She’s a beauty.

  8. Annalea says:

    My, that is beautiful . . . and this is coming from someone who doesn’t know much about looms. ;o) I’m a sucker for beautiful hardwoods. Hey, speaking of which, have you seen the figured maple Robin wheel?


    You’ll need a towel for your keyboard . . .

  9. Julie says:

    It’s gorgeous! I can’t wait to see what your first project is on it!

  10. Jennifer says:

    Oh my!!! Gorgeous.

  11. Mary McK says:

    wow, that is just amazing. Congratulations!

  12. Laurie says:

    How beautiful! I love the interaction of the different woods.


  13. kitkatknit says:

    Oh congratulations on your Baby Wolf!!! I have Baby Wolf 8-2, the great great great grandmother of your 8 harness. Can’t wait to see your first weavings.


  14. Mary-Kay says:

    Oh Amy, It’s awesome! I sure wish I knew about working on a loom. Someday I’m going to come and camp at your place and take some lessons! That is stunning!

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