Builds Tiny Looms That Work (Dec, 1936)
Builds Tiny Looms That Work
BUILDING miniature looms that actually weave cloth into intricate patterns is the spare time hobby of George Yoxall a London weaver. The looms are assembled from toy constructor parts and small gears which must be specially made for the tiny mechanism. One of the looms accommodates 554 threads and weaves them into a design equal in quality to the work produced on full size equipment. Mr. Yoxall’s first loom gained such wide-spread attention that he set to work on others. His large loom weaves a seven-letter name in a souvenir belt.