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Traditional Potholder Loom and Loops

Remember Making Potholders on a Metal Loom Like This One? Now Your Children or Grandchildren Can, Too

Traditional Potholder Loom and Loops

Remember Making Potholders on a Metal Loom Like This One? Now Your Children or Grandchildren Can, Too

$7.95 - $19.95 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Pin it on Pinterest Share on Google+

Nothing makes children feel prouder than a making a gift by hand—like the potholders they'll create on this sturdy metal loom. Made by a family-owned, 200-plus-year-old company, the durable loom is of the highest quality and features child-safe edges. The colorful fabric loops, sized specifically for this loom, are easy to weave with the included hook, will not pop off and frustrate young workers, and are washable in warm water. When your children or grandchildren have used all the loops that come with the kit, get them extra loops so they can make more potholders for you. Kit makes 2 potholders. Bag of extra loops contains enough to make 2 potholders. Ages 6 and up. USA.

  • Loom, hook, and loops included in kit
  • Kit makes two potholders
  • Bag of extra loops makes 2 potholders

The simple art of weaving is a fun way to develop fine motor skills and dexterity.

Traditional Potholder Loom and Loops

Safety Warnings

Danger: Recommended for ages 6 and older. Loops pose a choking hazard and are not recommended for children under 3 years.


Metal Loom, Cotton Loops.


Loops can be washed in warm water with mild soap and air dried.

Sizing & Specifications

Assembly Required: N

Cord Polarized: N


Manufactured In: USA

Material - Country Of Origin: USA

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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Traditional Potholder Loom and Loops …

"This toy is fabulous! When I was a little girl, my dad passed away when I was five years old. My mother, Ruby, was the Head Instructor of Springfield Beauty Academy, and I had to "hang out" at the salon after school and on Saturday. I would weave potholders and sell them to the ladies under the dryer or getting their manicures, for 25 cents each. I even wove custom colors to match their kitchen decor. One Saturday I made $17.00! The supplies were much cheaper then -- bags of loops were 25 cents each and huge, so I made quite a profit! That was 45 years ago, and I've been in retail ever since! I'm getting these for my granddaughters for Christmas so they can learn, too, and I can go back to my childhood memories! I stumbled across your site but will pass it on! Thank you for giving me this opportunity to share "a blast from my past" with my grandchildren! I look forward to your catalogs. Terrigail Moore-Hastings" - Terrigail Hastings, Springfield, MO

"Thanks for finding these. Using them to make potholders with my grandmother while my mother was in the hospital is a warm, cherished memory. When Mom came home, I gave her three new potholders as a gift, and she gave me one, too -- a new baby sister!" - Linda Maloy, Birmingham, AL

"I, too, made these as a child. I made a special one for my grandmother - with the prettiest loops in the bag. She thought it too pretty to use - I still have this potholder as a memory of her! Vermont Country Store - thank you from all of us who cherish the memories your store and catalog invoke!" - Delores Belvin, Elizabeth City, NC