Lego Mechanical Loom

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20 Responses

  1. Daniel forcelledo says:

    Hi i want to know how can i make this loom or you can sell it to me or whatever i love it

    Thanx

  2. Nico71 says:

    Arround 2000 Parts.

  3. Dori Werzo says:

    That’s really amazing. How many bricks did you use to build this “monster”? 🙂

  4. Betty Smit says:

    Dear Nico 71
    Congratulations. Adorable! Cést magnifique!

    Greetings from a dutch hobby weaver,

    Bon succes

  5. Nico71 says:

    A new loom faster and smaller which doesn’t weave fabric but finished product : wristband. Regards

  6. David says:

    When do you want to build: “I work on a new mechanical loom, smaller and faster.” ???

  7. Никита says:

    Hello my name is Nikita Lego my hobby, I watched movie with Lego Mechanical Loom and I liked it very much. I would like to ask you a guide on how to do it.

  8. Jeanette says:

    PLEASE make the directions available. I know an awful lot of yarn people who would love to be able to have the directions so that they can put their grown childrens Lego’s to good use instead of having them just sitting in the attic. Thank you 🙂

  9. Tom angleberger says:

    Congratulations!!!
    I have previously attempted a loom, but could not get the shuttle automated.
    You are a genius!

  10. Kee-Youn says:

    It’s very interesting. When you notice the new mechanical loom, smaller and fast, I want to build your loom!!!!

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