Trying to figure this one out. It’s only about 15” wide. The frame looks very, very crude. My ancestors immigrated to the Midwest in the later part of the 19th century and were then early farmers/settlers in the Pacific Northwest. Making things by hand themselves seemed to be what they did...especially when it came to sewing. This is evident by the massive volume of fabric and textile related paraphernalia. This seems too small to be functional. I wonder if it was a hobby type of thing, if so it seems pretty tight and symmetrical so they must’ve been pretty skilled or very patient. Any info on the age may help me determine who would’ve owned it, or perhaps started to weave it. Of course it could be something someone bought while on vacation in the 70’s. Thank You!