I have looked and looked for a lamp like this one! Most clip lights are made for horizontal surfaces that just don't work for weaving looms. Enter this beauty by Ottlite. It has a pivoting hinge by the clip and can be positioned for vertical or horizontal surfaces. I like working with full spectrum lighting and the Ottlites have that feature. Best of all it was $31.99 at Office Depot. The same model is on their website listed at $36.99. Joann Fabrics sells a similar model for $79.99!
Loom Storage and Note StripI needed a little bin on top of the Harrisville for bobbins, yarns, etc. Harrisville makes a tool tray for most of their looms. They are nice, but I wouldn't have room for the clip light and I didn't need something that big. I found this letter bin at The Container Store that is perfect. It is just the footprint I need to fit comfortably on top of the castle. I secured it to the loom with a mini bungee cord and it stays put with the vibration of the loom. Next I picked up a small metal strip with magnets to post weaving notes and drafts.
The strips come with adhesive strips which didn't stick to the plastic of the bin. No problem. I have three super strong magnets (sold as neodymium magnets) attaching the strip to the back side of the basket. Perfect. I usually use these magnets to hold cartoons when weaving inlay or tapestry work.
This one is a long time favorite. I take my flat bound books to Kinko's and have the binding sliced off and round bound with a spiral. Now the book will lay flat or can be fold. I've had this done to a lot of cookbooks, Mark's music books and a lot of my weaving texts.