I made these two looms out of heavy cardboard boxes. For folks who are really curious about the process but can't afford to spend too much money on equipment for a process they aren't sure if they will enjoy/do often! These looms are pretty sturdy, but they have some limitations. Some weave structures have a lot of take up, which these looms aren't able to accommodate. Also if you really pack down your weft each time the band can shrink considerably. If you decide the loom will be for a one time use, then you can slowly cut a slit at the bottom rear peg to let it slide forward until you are finished. This will give you more allowance. Moving the band is done by pulling the bottom rear peg out of one side of the loom and sliding the band forward. Anyway it was fun! I gave the full tutorial on my blog. http://heartsonfibre.blogspot.com/2011/1...
The DIY Cardboard Box Inkle Loom