Welcome to Mirrix Tapestry and Bead Looms! Start here to learn about weaving beads and fiber on a a Mirrix Loom.
Want to learn more about tapestry weaving? Click here.
Want to learn more about bead weaving? Click here.
What is a Mirrix Loom? From beaded jewelry on thread or wire to tapestry weaving, combining beads and fiber or even weaving mixed-media pieces; a Mirrix can do it. Check out our Your Work Gallery for some amazing examples of work our customers have made on their looms!
Can a beginner use a Mirrix Loom? While Mirrix Looms are made to meet the needs of a professional bead or tapestry weaver; our looms are great for every level weaver. Check out this blog post for more on this.
Where are Mirrix Looms made? Right here in America! We build Mirrix Looms to last a lifetime and to work as hard as you do. Each loom is put together by hand in our wonderful Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin manufacturing facility. Mirrix Manufacturing is housed at a very special place called Sunshine House. Sunshine House offers supported employment to mentally and physically disabled people. You can learn more about Mirrix at Sunshine House here.
Why choose a Mirrix to weave beads and fiber?
One of the great things about a Mirrix is its versatility. You can weave either fiber or beads separately, or both at the same time! On a Mirrix this is easy (and fun) to do. If you’re a beginner interested in learning how to do this, we recommend our Bead & Tapestry Cuffs Craftsy class. Get 50% off when you purchase it here.