Harness and heddle maker: two parallel wooden structures held together by a rod. The parallel wooden structured are supported by two legs each. The wooden structures each have a round hole in that aligns with the hole in the other wooden structure, and there are two rectangular cutouts on each side of the round holes. A dowel would fit through the round holes at the top, and two slats would be in the rectangular cutouts. Heddles are knitted around the slats and dowel, forming the heddle eye.