Back by popular demand! American made, all-cotton, top-quality loops!
These loops are for the traditional 7" potholder loom. We do not currently stock the newer PRO Loops for the 10" loom.
PLEASE NOTE: ALTHOUGH THIS ITEMS IS LABELED AS A CONE, IT IS A 5 POUND BAG OF LOOPS!
Ideal for weaving on children's potholder looms. Depending on the potholder loom, you usually need about 36-40 loops per potholder.
This five pound bag of Harrisville Design loops will make about 50 potholders.
You can also chain the loops together to weave, knit or crochet rugs, placemats and table runners. You will need about 3 pounds to weave a 2 x 3 foot rug (as weft with Rug Warp as warp sett at 6-8 epi).
Cotton Clouds manufactures these loops for Harrisville Designs. We use recycled cotton yarns and have them knit in North Carolina on recycled sock machines. 100% USA Made!
Available in Bright Primary or Pastel Rainbow mis for a fun way to make colorful projects.
You can also order our Lotta Loopson a 12.5 ounce bag to make 8 potholders.
*Note: Our free shipping offers do not apply to this bulk quantity.
Put-Up & Pricing
Crochet, Knitting, Weaving
100% Unmercerized Cotton
Cone Usage: Medium size sweater. For more, click on USAGE tab.
Varies sts = 1"
Machine Wash and Dry
Cone Catalog Number
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Color Cards: If you are particular about color, the best way to see actual dyed yarn samples is to order the individual Color Card for the yarn you are interested in. This will give you the truest way to know what color you are ordering. Every yarn has it's own color card. Skein and cone colors are shown on the same card. Many of our color cards are also available as color copies made on a high quality DC-50 Xerox Color Copier and are fairly true to colors. You can order these through our shopping cart by clicking on the Color Card View/Buy below.
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How Much Yarn To Order
*Men's Sizes: Go to next largest size on chart. For Men's XL add 2-3 extra skeins
To calculate quantity, divide this number by yards/skein or yards/cone