Leclerc Loom History

Leclerc (previously known as Nilus Leclerc) has been advancing the field of handweaving for over a century and has produced a legacy of loom designs, most still being used around the world by satisfied customers. This page presents an overview of the basic Leclerc loom designs. Many of these have undergone changes over time as the company's designers have made enhancements to improve the products and have incorporated new materials and technologies. While many of the looms shown below are still being made, a number have been discontinued.

We have included the loom models that we know of but believe that there are more designs than what are shown below. If you have a loom not shown on this page or have an old Leclerc catalog, manual or piece of company literature that shows looms not listed below, please contact us so that we can add it to our growing collection!

Note that we have an extensive selection of Repair Parts for both old and new Leclerc looms. We also have a large online collection of Leclerc Manuals.

Floor Looms

Artisat


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Jack and Countermarch
Shafts: 4, 8
Weaving Widths: 22", 36"
Features: Both front & back beam fold for storage, Easily upgraded "4 shaft now, 4 shaft later" versions as well as a 8 shaft version with back hinge treadles and back beam stabilizer legs produced. Most Artisats have a 36" weaving width but for a short time a 22 inch version was also made.
Estimated Age: First appeared in 1968 as a 4 shaft loom with a built-in bench and the re-introduced without the bench in 1969 as the "Artisat IV" without the bench. By 1976 it was just refered to as the "Artisat". The 22 inch version was made some time after 1969 to 1975. In 1982 an upgrade kit to turn a 4 shaft into an 8 shaft loom by attaching another 4 shaft castle was released. Sometime around 1997 we believe the 8 shaft version of the Artisat with the single piece castle side was released along with a Countermarch version that was discontinued in 2001 when a Back Hinge Treadle version was introduced.

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Colonial


Status: Replaced with the Colonial I
Mechanisms: Jack or Counterbalance
Shafts: 4, 8
Weaving Widths: 45", 60"
Features: Beater can be set for Overhand or Underhand Operation, Frame held together with Wooden "keys", Back Beam folds for storage, easily convertible from Counterbalance to Jack and from 4 harness to 8 harness jack loom.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 1976 and made until 1981 until it was replaced by the Colonial I. The Counterbalance configuration initially used a set of pulleys and two lower rollers with the pulleys being replaced with an upper roller as used in the Fanny and Mira looms.

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Colonial I


Status: Replaced with the Colonial v2
Mechanisms: Jack or Counterbalance
Shafts: 4, 8, 12
Weaving Widths: 36" (Computer-Dobby only), 45", 60"
Features: Beater can be set for Overhand or Underhand Operation, Colonial "keys" replaced with Bolts, Back Beam folds for storage, easily convertible from Counterbalance to Jack and from 4 harness to 8 or 12 harness jack loom, 12/16 shaft Mechanical and Computer- Dobby versions also produced. In 2002 Leclerc added a Back-Hinge Treadle option. Sometimes confused with older "Handicraft" Shoppe model
Estimated Age: Introduced at the end of 1981 and made until 2009 when replaced by the Colonial v2

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Colonial v2


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Jack or Counterbalance
Shafts: 4, 8, 12
Weaving Widths: 45", 60"
Features: Introduced in 2010, Leclerc redesigned the top of the castle with a pulley system to reduce treadling force, move the cables to the side out of the warp and improve the shed.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 2010.

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Compact


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 4, 8
Weaving Widths: 24"
Features: Loom folds up for easy storage, 4 shaft easily upgraded to 8.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 1985 this loom could be ordered with 4 or 8 shafts. Because the same castle was used for both configurations the 4 to 8 shaft upgrade was fairly inexpensive.

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Diana


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 16
Weaving Widths: 24"
Features: Small Computer Dobby loom, originally known as the "Voyageur Computer Dobby" loom.
Estimated Age: Introduced as the Voyageur in 1999 and renamed as Diana in 2006.

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Elite


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Jack, Counterbalance or Countermarch
Shafts: Up to 12
Weaving Widths: Unknown
Features: Billed as a "Professional handweaving loom for intensive production" it is believed to be more of a special order loom rather than a standard product.
Estimated Age: Shown in the late 1980's catalogs but not shown in the price lists.

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Fanny


Status: Still Produced as a Special Order
Mechanisms: Counterbalance
Shafts: 4
Weaving Widths: 27", 36", 45", 60"
Features:Back Beam folds in for storage. Early versions were refered to as "Series F" looms before Leclerc started naming looms.
Estimated Age: We believe the folding version of the "Mira" was introduced sometime around 1949.

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Fanny II


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Counterbalance
Shafts: 4
Weaving Widths: 36", 45", 60"
Features: Shed Regulator included as standard, Back Beam folds in for storage.
Estimated Age: Introduced in the 2000 catalog.

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Handicraft Shoppe


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Countermarch
Shafts: 4, 8, 12
Weaving Widths: 45", 60"
Features: A predecessor to the Colonial, this loom uses bolts to hold the frame together and has cords that run down the side of the loom between the jacks and the lamms. Also called the "P Model" and sometimes confused with the Colonial I model.
Estimated Age: Early 1950's it was shown in the 1951 to 1955 but not in the 1949 or 1957 catalogs

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Partial Manual in Colonial Section

Inca


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Counterbalance, Jack
Shafts: 4, 8
Weaving Widths: 36"
Features: A low cost loom shipped un-assembled and un-finished to make it more affordable. Leclerc also tried to market this loom under a seperate name with it's own logo so the Nilus or Leclerc logo may not be on the loom but instead an "Inca" sticker may have been used.
Estimated Age: 4 Shaft Counterbalance introduced in 1980 with 4 Shaft Jack in 1981 and 8 Harness Jack in 1982. Discountinued sometime between 1994 and 1996.

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Industrial Loom


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Counterbalance, Jack
Shafts: 4
Weaving Widths: 60"
Features: Heavy duty version of the Mira also called the "Studio" loom. This was a special order loom that may or may not have ever been sold.
Estimated Age: Shown in the 1969 and the 1970 catalogs but with no prices.

Initiation


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 4
Weaving Widths: 32"
Features: Can be folded while warped for storage, height is adjustable.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 1983 and discontinued in 1985.

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Kebec


Status: Replaced with the Kebec II
Mechanisms: Counterbalance
Shafts: 4
Weaving Widths: 100", 120"
Features: Two sets of treadle sets which can be attached to the front or rear of the loom, overhead pulleys support the shafts.
Estimated Age: Shown in catalogs from 1937 to 1949 as the "90 inch loom" which was just a wide version of the Mira in 1951 Leclerc started calling it the "Double Loom" and in 1952 introduced a folding version like the "Fanny". In 1957 a "Nilus" 4 shaft jack version was also available with an 8 shaft available as a special order. Between 1963 and 1966 catalog the 90 inch was replaced with a 100 inch loom called the "Kebec" with a similar frame to the Mira. In 1980 a back-hinge treadle option was released as well as a 120 inch version. In 1982 the Kebec was replaced with the "Kebec II".

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Kebec II


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Counterbalance, Jack
Shafts: 4
Weaving Widths: 100", 120", 168"
Features: Treadle sets (2 provided) are always attached to the front, Breast Beams are heavy duty hexagonal or round wooden rollers, Pulleys on Kebec replaced with dual wooden rollers in Counterbalance version.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 1982 to replace the "Kebec" with a 100 and a 120 inch weaving width Jack (4 shaft) and Counterbalance versions. Between 1994 and 1997 the Jack version was discontinued. In 2001 a version with a weaving width of 168 inches was added.

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L Model


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 4, 8, 12
Weaving Widths: 45"
Features: Similar Jack system as Multiple Harness loom but Jacks are mounted overhead. Non-standard frame width and the front folds up for storage.
Estimated Age: Early 1950's it was shown in the 1949 to 1955 but not in the 1945 or 1957 catalogs.

Minerva


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 4, 8
Weaving Widths: 22"
Features: Front and Back Beams can be folded while warped for storage.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 1975 it was made until early 1984 when a 8 shaft converison kit for the Artisat was released.

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Mira


Status: Replaced by the Mira II
Mechanisms: Counterbalance
Shafts: 4
Weaving Widths: 27", 36", 45", 60"
Features: Similar to the Fanny but without folding back beam. Early versions were refered to as "Series M" looms before Leclerc started naming looms.
Estimated Age: We believe the original was made in 1924 but Leclerc's oldest loom, appears in the 1937 catalog and all catalogs after that until it was discontinued in 1986 and later replaced by the Mira II in 2000.

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Mira II


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Counterbalance
Shafts: 4
Weaving Widths: 36", 45", 60"
Features: Similar to the Fanny II but without folding back beam. Shed Regulator included as standard.
Estimated Age: Introduced in the 2000 catalog.

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Multiple Harness Nilus


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 8, 12 (also 4 shaft)
Weaving Widths: 36", 45", 60"
Features: The predecessor to the Nilart, this loom had grooves in the inside of the wooden castle to guide the harnesses and a cast iron jack system. On some versions there is a rectangular hole cut in the side of the castle.
Estimated Age: First appeared in the 1957 catalog as the "Multiple Harness Nilus" and then by 1966 was referred to as the "Nilart" for a short time. Between 1966 and the 1969 catalog, the cast iron jacks had been replaced with wooden version and the grooves for the shafts in the side of the castle had been replaced by metal rods making the loom what we normally refer to as the the Nilart.

Nilart


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Jack, Countermarch
Shafts: 8, 12, 16 (60" only)
Weaving Widths: 45", 60"
Features: Treadles can be attached to front of loom for 8 and 12 shaft, treadles can be attached to rear of loom for 12 and 16 shaft, back beam folds for storage, 8 to 12 and 12 to 16 shaft upgrades and jack to Countermarch conversion kits available, Computer-Dobby 12 and 16 shaft versions (in both 45" or 60") produced.
Estimated Age: Version with wooden jacks first appeared between 1966 and 1969 and was made until 1999. A special Computer Dobby version of the Nilart (and upgrade kit) was made for a few years after this.

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Nilus


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 4, 8
Weaving Widths: 27", 36", 45", 60"
Features: Back beam folds in for storage. Ability to buy as a 4 shaft and add 4 more shafts later, 8 shaft version with back hinge treadles is available. Early Nilus looms used a cast iron jack system and shafts with metal loops that slid in grooves in the castle like the Multi-Harness Nilus model. Note that because the company name was "Nilus" many Leclerc looms are incorrectly referred to as "Nilus" models because of the company name on the side.
Estimated Age: First appeared in the 1955 catalog (but not 1952) as the first Leclerc Jack loom with the cast iron jacks and grooves in the castle for the shafts. In 1969 the design was changed to wooden jacks and vertical metal rods to guide the shafts. In 1982 an upgrade kit to turn a 4 shaft into an 8 shaft loom by attaching another 4 shaft castle was released. Also, sometime in 1986/1987 the Nilus was removed from the catalog but re-appeared in 1997 in 4 and 8 shaft versions with the single castle unit that is available today.

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Nilus II


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Jack, Counterbalance or Countermarch
Shafts: 4, 8
Weaving Widths: 36", 45", 60", 72"
Features:Folding back beam with stabilizer feet, convertible between Counterbalance, Jack and Countermarch, "4 Shaft Now, 4 Later" version can be easily upgraded to 8 shafts, Counterbalance version has integral shed regulator, optional versions of the jack loom are available with back hinge treadles.
Estimated Age: Appeared in the 1987 catalog (but not in the 1984) with Jack and Counterbalance versions. A Countermarch version was introduced in 1997.

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Therapeutic Nilus


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: Unknown
Weaving Widths: Unknown
Features: Modified Nilus Loom with adjustable tension settings to allow the loom to be used for rehabilitation purposes, loom allows graded resistance in elbow, wrist, plantar and shoulder movements and the base has been adjusted to fit a wheelchair.

Treadle Stands


Status: Dorothy, Meco and Medico Treadle Stands still Available
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 4 or 8
Weaving Widths: 15, 15 3/4, 22, 24"
Features: A number of the Table Looms could be ordered with Treadle Stands that turned them into floor looms. This included the Jano, Meco, Medico and currently the Dorothy models. See Table Loom section below for more information on these looms.

Weavebird


Status: Replaced by the Weavebird v2
Mechanisms: Countermarch
Shafts: 16, 24 or 32
Weaving Widths: 27", 36", 45", 60"
Features: A Computer-Dobby Loom that uses counterweights to deliver effortless treadling regardless of the shafts being selected.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 2002 as a 16 shaft, the 24 shaft was added in 2004 and the 36 shaft in 2008.

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Weavebird v2


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Countermarch
Shafts: 16, 24 or 32
Weaving Widths: 27", 36", 45", 60"
Features: A number of enhancements to the Computer-Dobby Loom to reduce adjustment and make treadling easier.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 2010.

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Table Looms

Bergere


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Rigid Heddle
Shafts: 1,2 Rigid Heddle
Weaving Widths: 15", 15 3/4", 24", 32"
Features: Currently only the 24" version is being produced.
Estimated Age: The 15 inch model was introduced in 1970 as the "Loom 360" and in 1972 was referred to as the "Bergere Loom No. 360". In 1975 a 24 inch version was added. In 1980 a 32 inch version was added and the width of the smaller model was increased slightly to 15 3/4 inch (40 cm) like the Dorothy and Nilec as part of Leclerc's adjustment to metric. In 1985 the 15 3/4 and 32 inch models were discontinued leaving the 24 inch. A version of the Bergere was also sold under the "Inca" brand name (see Inca description above). In 2010 a version of the 24 inch with 2 Rigid Heddles was introduced.

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Dorothy


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 4, 8, 12, 16
Weaving Widths: 15, 15 3/4", 24"
Features: Side mounted levers, loom collapses for easy transport and/or storage, simple expansion from 4 to 8 to 12 shafts through addition of 4 shaft box, optional table for 15 3/4" and stand with treadles for 24" version. There were also some narrow Blue/Green painted versions with a non-folding base produced.
This loom is said to be named after Dorothy Rankine, a strong promoter of handweaving in Manitoba.
Estimated Age: 11 and 15 inch versions shown in the 1966 catalog (not in the 1962) and the 11 inch was discontinued in 1969. We believe the Blue/Green versions were produced in the early 1960's (between 1963 and 1965). The 15 inch model was widened slightly to 15 3/4" as part of the metric shift by Leclerc in 1976. It is believed the 24 inch version of the Dorothy was introduced some time from 1994 to 1996 and in 2006 with the introduction of a new treadle stand option it was renamed the Dorothy 24" v2.

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Iris


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 4
Weaving Width: 32"
Features: Front mounted levers on top of loom, optional legs allowed it to stand on the floor.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 1979 and built until the end of 1981.

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Jano


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 4, 8
Weaving Width: 20"
Features: First Leclerc Table Loom, does not fold, metal side levers, optional treadle stand.
Estimated Age: Introduced sometime before 1937 as a 4 shaft. Sometime around 1950 an 8 shaft version and the treadle stand were introduced and the loom had been discontinued sometime between 1962 and 1966 when the Medico and Dorothy table looms appeared.

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Meco


Status: Replaced with the 24" Dorothy
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 4, 8, 12
Weaving Width: 22"
Features: Side mounted levers, loom collapses for easy transport and/or storage, simple expansion from 4 to 8 to 12 shafts through addition of 4 shaft box, optional stand with treadles makes it a floor loom.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 1975 in 4 and 8 shaft configurations with optional treadle stand. 12 shaft configuration introduced in 1976 and the Meco was discontinued in 1985.

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Medico


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 4, 8
Weaving Width: 22"
Features: Primarily designed to replace the Jano with a wider weaving width, the Medico levers are bent forward making them accessable through the front. The Medico was sometimes refered to in the catalog as a "Medico S" which may mean the 8 shaft but was inconsitantly used. The loom also had an optional floor stand with 6 treadles. An improved version is still available.
Estimated Age: 4 and 8 shaft versions shown in the 1966 catalog (but not 1962) along with optional stand. Last made in 1974 when replaced by the Meco.

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Nilec


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 2
Weaving Width: 14, 15, 15 3/4"
Features: Top mounted crank, uses same base as Dorothy allowing conversion to 4 shafts with addition of Dorothy 4 shaft box.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 1957 as a 14 inch loom, it became a 15 inch by 1966 (changed wooden shaft frames to narrower metal frames) in 1976 is was widened slightly to 15 3/4" as part of the metric shift by Leclerc and discontinued mid 1984.

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Voyageur


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Jack
Shafts: 4, 8, 12, 16 (Computer-Dobby 16 version also)
Weaving Widths: 9 1/2", 15 3/4", 24"
Features: Front mounted magnetic colour coded levers, loom collapses for easy transport and/or storage, comes with denim carrying bag, 24" 16 Shaft Computer-Dobby version.
Estimated Age: 9 1/2 and 15 3/4 inch 8 shaft versions introduced in 1998, 12 shaft 15 3/4 inch and 16 shaft 24 inch Computer Dobby in 1999, 4 shaft 15 3/4 inch in 2001, 4/8/12 shaft 24 inch models introduced in 2006.

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Tapestry and Other Looms

Cendrel


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Inkle Loom
Shafts: n/a
Weaving Widths: 6"
Features: floor standing inkle loom, heddle length is adjustable using the heddle carrier, can also be used as a warping frame to wind a warp up to 30 feet.
Estimated Age: Introduced in either 1971 or 1972 as a combination Inkle loom and warping board, the Cendrel was discontinued in 1984. New improved version re-introduced in 1999.

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Gobelin


Status: Still in Production (36, 45, 60 & 100)
Mechanisms: Tapestry
Shafts: 0, 2 (all except 100")
Weaving Widths: 36", 45", 60", 80", 100"
Features: Vertical Tapestry Loom modeled after those used in the Gobelin school in Paris, can be ordered without shafts/beater or with 2 shafts/treadles and vertical beater, heavy screws lower the bottom beam to create a high tension on the warp.
Estimated Age: In their 1969 catalog Leclerc introduced a vertical Tapestry Loom called the "Gobelin" in 36, 45 and 60 inch widths that had a very light frame. On the same page a section called "Special Order Looms" has a picture of a loom that more resembles the current Gobelin design. This "Gobelin light" is shown a stronger frame in the 1972 catalog and by 1976 more closely resembles the Gobelin loom of today. In 1974 to 1976 the 36 inch model disappeared from the catalog and in 1978 an 80 inch version was added to the 45 and 60 inch models being sold. Between 1994 and 1997 the 80 inch Gobelin was discontinued, the 36 inch was re-introduced and an optional 2 shaft kit was added. In 1998 a 100 inch version was added.

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Hooked Rug Loom


Status: No Longer Produced
Shafts: n/a
Weaving Widths: 36"
Features: Floor standing loom with two beams designed to hold burlap under tension for rug hooking. Made in a number of variations over the years and originally called a "Carpet Loom".
Estimated Age: Introduced sometime between 1938 and 1940 there were varios versions of this loom which was discontinued in 1976.

Inca Frame


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Frame
Shafts: 0
Weaving Width: 15 3/4", 24"
Features: Weaving Frame with warp tension controlled via 2 screws at the top. Also marketed unter the separate "Inca" brand as well.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 1980 and discontinued in 1985.

Maya


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms:1 Rigid Heddle
Shafts: 0
Weaving Width: 15 3/4", 24"
Features: Back-strap loom for teaching basic weaving techniques.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 1972 in a 15 inch with a 24 inch model added in 1975. In 1976 the 15 became a 15 3/4 inch (40 cm) with Leclerc's adoption of the metric system. Both models discontinued in 1985.

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Penelope


Status: Replaced with the Penelope II
Mechanisms: Tapestry
Shafts: 1 Rigid Heddle
Weaving Widths: 22", 24"
Features: Vertical Tapestry Loom using a single rigid heddle, folds for easy transport.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 1970 as the "Table Model Tapestry Loom No 375" with a 22 inch weaving width and became the Penelope 375A in 1972. Basically a small table top version of the Tissart, it dissapeared from the Leclerc catalogs in 1985 but re-appeared sometime between 1994 and 1997 with a 24 inch weaving width until it was replaced with the Penelope II in 2001.

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Penelope II


Status: Still in Production
Mechanisms: Tapestry
Shafts: 2 Rigid Heddles
Weaving Widths: 22 1/2"
Features: Vertical Tapestry Loom using 2 rigid heddles, folds for easy transport.
Estimated Age: This is a small table-top tapestry loom modeled after the earlier floor model Tissart. Introduced in 2001 replacing the slightly wider Penelope model it has 2 Rigid Heddles instead of the single one supported by earlier Penelope looms.

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Rogelec


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Tapestry
Shafts: 0
Weaving Width: 45"
Features: Vertical tapestry frame with 2 tension control screws on top.
Estimated Age: Introduced in 1980 and discontinued in 1984.

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Tissart


Status: No Longer Produced
Mechanisms: Tapestry
Shafts: 2
Weaving Width: 45", 60"
Features: Billed as "A Tapestry Loom for Artists" this vertical loom has two counterbalanced harnesses that slide horizontally along with 2 foot treadles and a beater that moved up and down.
Estimated Age: Introduced sometime betwee 1946 an 1949 and orginally called the "Tapestry and Rug Loom" with a 45 inch weaving width by 1951 there were both 24 and 45 inch versions with the 24 inch disappearing from Leclerc catalogs by 1955. By 1966 it was known as the Tissart and in late 1969 both 36 and 60 inch versions were released with the 36 inch being discontinued in 1973 or 1974 leaving just the 45 and 60 inch. The Tissart was discontinued 1n 1988 or 1989.

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Leclerc Accessories

Horizontal Warping Mill


Status: No Longer Produced
Features: Warping Mill with built-in counter to measure and then warp the loom directly.

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Leclerc Spinning Wheels


Status: No Longer Produced
Features: A number of models were manufactered by Leclerc over the years. Everything we know about them is on our Leclerc Spinning Wheel Information Page.

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