The Weavers Attic is run by the Estes Park Area Weavers Guild, and houses a number of vintage of looms.
The oldest being made in 1880 by Swedish immagrant brothers for their sister Christine. They built the barn loom using only wooden pegs and slots to hold it together. In the 1970's the family moved to Colorado, Christine's daughter Becky was still weaving so the loam had to come. It was stored for two generations before finding a home in the Weavers Attic.
Weaving demonstrations are given every Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday from 1pm - 3pm, year round
Bring your fiber project for social time on Wednesday.