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April 13, 2008


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I'm no expert on weaving, but I do know that there are some shop options in Europe that might make for easier shipping. The Handweaving Studio in London, and I believe there are a few other places that might be good resources. If I had to buy a new loom sight unseen, it would be a Schacht. I am not currently weaving, but if I chose to get back into it, I'd want one of the "Wolf" series of looms, or maybe the less compact options. It also seems to me (from long ago living in Israel) that there may be a weaving community around. One way to find that would be to look into handwoven tallesim (plural for tallis/prayer shawl) and then find the weavers that way. What an interesting question you got, Deb!

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