Suppliers and Sources
Riverside Loom Works P.O. 5222, Eaton Rapids, MI 48827-0522 Leslie Johnson and Paul Lowers have parts for Newcomb Looms. Call or write for parts or advice on how to operate your Newcomb Loom. firstname.lastname@example.org
Pendelton Selvedges www.Pendleton.usa/com//home
Great Northern Weaving Supplies www.Rugwarp.com Maysville Carpet Warp, Poly and Cotton Loopers, rag coils and ORCO looms new and old
Leesburg: Looms and Supplies 201 Cherry St.
Van Wert OH 45891 www.leesburglooms Looms, loom parts, warp, weft, rag cutting machines &more
On the Internet
Exhibits and Museums of Interest
American History Textile Museum491 Dunton Street , Lowell, MA 01854 www.athm.org
Vesterheim Norwegiano—American Museum
502 W. Wataer, Decorah, IA 52101
Thousand Island Craft School and Textile Museum – 314 John St. Clayton, NY 13624
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Janet Meany- Historical Loom Manuals 218-535-577 North Shore Drive Duluth MN 55804 www.weaversfriend.com
Newcomb Loom Owners register your looms with Theresa Trebon, 1062 Sterling Road, Sedreo Washington. 98284. Learn the ownership history of your loom. Find your loom serial number Send it with $4.00 registration fee to Theresa and receive a beautiful certificate of ownership and a Xerox copy of the factory ledger page where your loom is listed. Including the first purchaser and sometimes subsequent owners are there too.
Annikki Marttila- Box 119 RR #2. Frederick, SD
Sievers School of Fine Arts P.O. Box 100, Washington Island, WI 54246 www.sieversschool.com
Juanita Hofstrom, 326 Allen Street, Clinton, WI 53525 email@example.com www.vavningstudio.com
Fineline Creative Arts Center, St. Charles, IL firstname.lastname@example.org
ABK Weaving Center Gaenslen School
1250 E. Burleigh St Milwaukee, WI 53212 www.abkweavingcenter.org
J.C. Campbell Folk School 1 Folk School Rd.Brasstown, NC 28902 www.campbellfolkschool.org
Karen in the Woods has put together a DVD on “How to Warp a Sectional Loom” 1-920- 604-0066 $20.00 call or email@example.com
The Spinning Wheel Sleuth-Florence Feldman-Wood publishes a handloom supplement each year about loom restoration and history. P.O. Box 422, Andover, MA 01810