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Mar 10, 2012 07:52:29   #
trakim
 
I purchased a serenity loom and am looking for afgan or throw patterns for this loom. Any help would be appreciated.
 
Mar 11, 2012 13:31:29   #
Jen
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PeIL1mCOD4w

because of this video I looked elsewhere and I found the DA Infinity loom

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ww6zuqKZDXw
Mar 17, 2012 19:27:13   #
lvsroses
 
Did you buy your loom online and if yes, where? I love making afghans but my looms are too big and are getting hard to work with, but I need the width. Thanks! PNKROZLADY@AOL :?:
Mar 17, 2012 23:15:14   #
trakim
 
I purchased my serenity loom on-line several months ago. Since I purchased it the manufacture has quit making the loom.
there may be sites on the net still selling them.
Mar 17, 2012 23:27:04   #
DickWorrall
 
They don't make the serenity loom any more.
But, there are infinity looms with
different distances betweens pegs.
http://www.dalooms.com/Infinity_Rake_p/inf-rk.htm
Dick
Mar 18, 2012 04:08:41   #
lvsroses
 
Thank you for the information. Now to decide which one I want the most!
 
Mar 19, 2012 10:52:51   #
Jen
 
I bought the DA loom and I love it!!! I made a beautiful afghan with it and I'm working on another for my hubby.






Mar 19, 2012 19:27:05   #
lvsroses
 
That is beautiful! The colors are very calming. I will more than likely get it from there. Thanks for sharing!
Mar 19, 2012 19:52:48   #
trakim
 
JEN - Your afphan looks great. I just ordered the DA Loom. From what I have seen thru their videos it looks very easy to do.
Mar 21, 2012 09:07:30   #
Jen
 
trakim wrote:
JEN - Your afphan looks great. I just ordered the DA Loom. From what I have seen thru their videos it looks very easy to do.


I love my infinity loom, its really easy to use. The size of it will surprise you when you open the box, it's very compact. The material it's made from is SOOOOO much nicer than KK or Boye's. Follow some of Mikeyssmails videos on yourtube for the Infinity II loom for casting on and off and he helps with pattern and stitch ideas.
Mar 27, 2012 21:57:17   #
SylviaC
 
Just be careful if you are ordering these. Check out the comments at the bottom of the page from this link that Dick posted.
It seems that recent orders are not being filled after the customers have already paid and they are not getting any answers.
I would love to have one of these but this is scary when you have a limited income and run the risk of losing your money.
 
Mar 28, 2012 09:33:34   #
Needleme
 
Wow, Jen, gorgeous! Are larger projects cumbersome to manage while you are looming?
Mar 28, 2012 15:27:49   #
notsuzy
 
Beautiful afghan! I think my loom is for bulky or two strands only.
Mar 29, 2012 09:32:47   #
Jen
 
one thing about DA looms is that they are made for that specific person as they order. Mine took about 6 weeks to arrive. I believe, could be wrong, but I think Isela Phelps owns DAlooms. She is a very reputable person so I can't believe they aren't getting a response. Maybe they were on vacation lol.

My afghan is doubled yarn all the way thru and yes it gets very heavy, but the loom is made to fit in your lap perfectly so weight really doesn't bother me. I am working on a Dallas Cowboys colored blanket for my DH, this is single strand and much lighter to deal with.
Mar 30, 2012 07:28:34   #
Karen M1
 
Sam and Isela Phelps no longer own the company. That is when the problems started. You can get a high quality loom from http://www.cindwoodcrafts.com/products-page/looms/type/universal/universal-s-loom/. .









Jen wrote:
one thing about DA looms is that they are made for that specific person as they order. Mine took about 6 weeks to arrive. I believe, could be wrong, but I think Isela Phelps owns DAlooms. She is a very reputable person so I can't believe they aren't getting a response. Maybe they were on vacation lol.

My afghan is doubled yarn all the way thru and yes it gets very heavy, but the loom is made to fit in your lap perfectly so weight really doesn't bother me. I am working on a Dallas Cowboys colored blanket for my DH, this is single strand and much lighter to deal with.
one thing about DA looms is that they are made for... (show quote)
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