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8/1/2009 9:27:50 PM
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I know there are several really talented people around here, so here are the links for cardboard triangle loom instructions-

http://www.jerkfish.com/files/Building_A_Cardboard_Triangle_Loom_R2.pdf
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http://www.jerkfish.com/files/Weaving_On_A_Cardboard_Triangle_Loom_R2.pdf
8/1/2009 11:02:11 PM
kellygirl
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Very clever! Are you going to try it out?
8/2/2009 6:58:46 AM
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Eventually, maybe. It clears up my `hankering` for a triangular loom, tho, because I know if I REALLY wanted one, I need a piece of refrigerator carton (my last one didn`t come in a box, but Lowe`s is 30 minutes away) and a ruler. So now I can try a Cricket or something like it.
8/2/2009 3:14:43 PM
suzann
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I was wondering if you could use one of those fold up boards? You know with all the measurements on them. Like sewers use. Would save having to draw in all those inch lines. Anything for the easy (lazy) life. Of course they might not be big enough.

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8/2/2009 3:33:21 PM
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I saw that, and thought the very same thing. And I thought about those cutting mats that quilters use....not cutting THAT up, because that`s expensive. And ruled contact paper. (do they still MAKE contact paper?)
8/2/2009 6:06:11 PM
suzann
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You bet. You can find the ruled contact at most fabric stores. I got my mat at Wally World when they still sold fabrics. It wasn`t very expensive. You might check Jo-Ann when they have coupons. ya never

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