Tape loom on a frame.

Tape loom on a frame. The rigid-heddle loom has a narrow warp. The loom is part of a square frame that resembles a stool with a square seat that has four legs supporting the seat and four legs sticking up from the seat. The upper legs create the frame for the warp beam on one side, and the rigid heddle on the other. The cloth beam extends out from the “seat” at about 2:30 on a clock face on the side of the frame with the rigid heddle.