Loom weaving machine takes the world by storm – BBC News

Loom weaving machine takes the world by storm – BBC News

July 15, 2021 Comments Off on Loom weaving machine takes the world by storm – BBC News By admin

The UK’s carpet weaving machine has become a global phenomenon, with people from around the world taking to the streets to demonstrate their love of loom weaving.

The UK carpet weaving industry, which employs about 7,000 people, has been growing at a phenomenal rate in recent years.

The industry, with a total of about 1,000 employees, employs over 60,000 British people.

Its a wonderful industry, said Joanne Brown, who runs the Loom Waving Club, which has taken over a vacant warehouse space in Hackney, London.

“The loom is a beautiful machine, and there is a very strong attachment between it and the people who work with it,” she said.

The machine was developed by John P. Jones, a British businessman and entrepreneur.

Jones has a degree in textile engineering from King’s College London, and he was working as a consultant when he found out about the carpets weaving machine, which he was hoping would be used for carpets.

He approached a friend, who worked in the carpentry industry in the UK, to see if they would be interested in making a machine for carpet weaving.

“They were very keen to see it, and wanted to see what it would cost, and what the timeframe was for it to get off the ground,” said Jones.

Jones is the founder of The Blue Ribbon Foundation, which promotes sustainable technology, including carpets, in the industry.

The Blue Ribbon, an international charity, supports carpets in the manufacture of decorative goods and clothing.

This particular machine has a small, round frame, which gives it a low-profile look.

It has an adjustable seat, which allows it to rotate to create a continuous loom.

The machines cost about $1,500, with the most expensive model being the £1,300 Blue Ribbon machine, according to Jones.

It uses a series of looms, which are then spun by a spinning wheel.

Jones is trying to raise $100,000 in donations through a Kickstarter campaign.

The campaign will run until October 15, when the machines are due to be delivered.

Jones said that he hoped the campaign would help the industry in many ways.

People were very passionate about carpets and they wanted to show their appreciation,” he said.

The money raised through the campaign will be used to help build the next generation of carpets spinning machines.