Frank Edmunds & Co. Hardwood Latch Hook Frame Tool

Item 135579
Just the thing for pleasurable latch hooking! Comes complete with an adjustable top, 50" (127cm) work area, brass set pins, and 8-slot storage bin. Quality American hardwood. Approx. 11"W x 55"L x 30"H (28 x 140 x 76cm). Please allow four weeks for delivery. Available only in the continental United States. No rush orders, ground delivery only.
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If you are dissatisfied in any way with your purchase, you may feel free to return unused merchandise for a full refund or exchange within 60 days. Every order arrives with an itemized invoice and contains complete return instructions.

Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 4 reviews)

January 28, 2018
"The loom is okay and keeps the latch hook off of me while I work on it. The loom itself is flimsy and my husband modified it by adding a bracing bar. This helped decrease the wobble/sway that had been happening each time I made a stitch. It's still not great, but I like having the project off of me as it used to get very warm. The pins are a good idea to hold the grid, but in practice, they come out frequently and I lose them if I don't pick them up immediately."
November 05, 2017
"I bought this frame for my Latch Hook Rugs. This is a very good product and very stable. I had my husband to tighten the screws for me. I certainty love my frame. I am very pleased with this frame."
July 13, 2015
" It makes my latch hooks easier to do. I bought this product several weeks ago. It has made my latch hook projects easier to produce. It is a very well made project. and with the storage compartments everything is at my fingertips."
June 25, 2015
"Terrible product, poor instructions, so bad it can't used. Beware Frame is wobbly, instruction would be improved by an average 4th grader. Long pieces of wood split in half and you must bolt them together. Why would anyone think this is a good idea. Metal nails used to hold canvas. Nail heads snag the canvas making it difficult to move canvas. No way to mount canvas and actually work. Just a terrible piece of equipment. The wing nuts used to connect pieces are barely finished, hurt the fingers and for a few cents could be upgraded and should have been."