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How to Loom Knit Bev's Blog How to LOOM knit Photos and directions Copyright Beverly A. Qualheim 2008, 2012- All Rights Reserved - do not copy onto other pages, or in any media form. You may provide a direct link to this page. Updated- Sept 2012 Do you like this website page? Go to LOOM PATTERNS page A few how-to videos Basic Information on loom sizes, number of pegs etc. BASIC loom knitting- e-wrap loom knitting on You-Tube Loom knitting video on You-Tube Making hats with Knifty Knitter Looms Approximately 4 rows = 1" Provocraft Knifty Knitter looms - approx. 3/4" apart from top of one peg to top of next. Newborn Loom - Blue 24 pegs 4 3/4" diam. - is for large preemies and small newbornsBrim: 12 rowsFinished brim: 6 rowsFinished hat with brim: 15 rows tall Making a BRIM Gathering Method Removal BASIC E-WRAP for round loom 1) One of the keys is to anchor the yarn in the little thumb tac at the beginning of your round - I leave a 3" tail of yarn. Go CLOCKWISE around the loom to wrap. (2) Underneath

Hari, itu, hajime Hand Cut Double Dovetail Experiment After admiring the double and double-double dovetail joints that are capable with the Incra and other jigs, I started thinking, “Why not try this by hand?” So this box is my first experiment with handcut double dovetails. It took me some time to figure out the joinery process, but once I realized a few things about this type of joint, it seemed do-able. It was quite challenging but also a ton of fun. In this blog, I’m focusing on the sides of the box, but here’s a few pictures of the nearly completed box - Materials.For this box’s sides I used three types of primary contrasting woods, although there is no real reason to do so. The picture below shows the rabbet joint cut on each end of each side – I set the rabbet depth at 1/8” and cut it on my router table. Below is a top-view picture of the pieces in relation to each other once they become integral to the box. The close-up below shows in more detail. The Tails.Most often I cut my tails first, pins second. Ready for pins – At last!

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spork: a knitted, felted courier bag Brynne has been running a Spork knitalong! Please head over her way to join if you are knitting this bag. It's so fun to watch the progress. I had a comment about pictures, and I tried to reply but that person's email was returned to me. Thanks y'all! DIY Sharpie Tie Die I love this Sharpie tie die DIY from The Art Girl Jackie blog! She did it with her adorable daughter and I think it’s a fun inspiration for this Spring and upcoming music festival season. Use this technique to spruce up your ratty t-shirts or maybe a pair of of cut off shorts. What You Need: Pre-washed white or light colored t-shirtRubbing AlcoholLiquid dropper or medicine dropperSmall plastic cup(s)Rubber bandsVariety of colored Sharpies Do It! Choose a spot to start and put your cup in right side up and secure a rubber band around the cup rim holding the shirt tightly in place.Pick your colors and create a small design in the center of the stretched circle. Photos and DIY via The Art Girl Jackie

*Freebies « Gettin’ It Pegged…Loom Knitter’s Clique Newest Freebie: Loom/Crochet Along: Pumpkin Hat Tutorial Video! Just click the link above to see all the information about the project, as well as the complete, step-by-step tutorial video. Happy Loomy Harvest! Alternate Version of the Felted Roses Greenery! Please see this post for all instructions as well as links to Brenda Myers’ original Felted Rose pattern. :) Enjoy! Tutorial: Choices in Cast Ons & Bind Offs: detailed comparisons of popular loom knitting cast ons and bind offs available today! *Click here to download the Article on Cast On Comparisons & How-to Links. :) *Click here to download the Article on Bind Off Comparisons & How-to Links :) Click here to view a Loom Knitting Bind Off Comparison Video! Freebie Tutorial: The Scoop on Seaming: detailed comparisons of popular seaming techniques available today! *Click here to download the Article on Seaming Comparisons & How-to Links :) Freebie Pattern: Servin’ Up Stripes! Freebie Tutorial: *Loom Knit Bath Scrubby* itty bitty bags! Tutorial:

Canadian Living : Amazing feets Our easy instructions take the fancy footwork out of knitting socks. Consider the sock. Humble little footnote to everyone's wardrobe that almost everyone takes for granted. From the heavy-duty workhorse variety to the oh-so-serious knee-length version to fanciful little anklets, socks are not only capable of making a fashion statement, but they all speak volumes about their wearers. Time was when any self-respecting knitting basket held a pair of . . Instructions are written for Small (S) size. Small 23 cm (9 ins) Medium 24 cm (9-1/2 ins) Large 26.5 cm (10-1/2 ins) Extra Large 28 cm (11 ins) All measurements are approximate. 1(1,2,2) balls (100 g) Patons Classic Wool Set of four 4 mm double-pointed needles OR whichever needles you require to produce the tension given below Stitch holder Scrap of contrasting colour yarn Tapestry needle cm = centimetre(s) g = gram(s) in(s) = inch(es) k = knit mm = millimetre(s) p = purl psso = pass slipped stitch over rem = remain(s)(ing) rep = repeat rnd(s) = round(s)

DIY Elbow Patch While perusing Pinterest one evening, I came across an intriguing tutorial on the wonderful art of needle felting. I had to learn more – especially after realizing it entailed repeatedly stabbing a needle up and down into a piece of fabric or sweater. A satisfying stress reliever that results in something wearable? Sign me up. You’ll need: With the sweater on, place a piece of tape about half an inch below the elbow. Align and center the bottom of the cookie cutter along the top of the tape. Fill the cutter, spreading out the wool fibers evenly. At the base of all felting needles are tiny, sharp burrs, which grab and interlock the wool fibers. Continue stabbing away until the surface is flat and even. Remove the cutter and use the tip of the needle to reign in any stray fibers, if necessary. Patch up any bare or uneven spots by adding more wool roving where needed. Carefully peel the sweater away from the foam. Repeat the same steps the other sleeve. Ta da! (all images by HonestlyWTF)

Loom Lore Circular Shrug / Vest - Scale Model - TUTORIAL Knitchick: that looks *great*!!! And I totally agree on the long sleeved shirt underneath, I just need to get one myself! I'm on the last couple inches of 2x2 rib right now, but I think I ended the middle section too soon. Either way I'm going to have to iron the heck out of it, cause I want it to be more flat. I'm for sure going to be making another one of these, in of course a smaller gauge. I *love* it! And did anyone see the new Phildar magazine? It's this red sweater here on the left.

TetraBox Light by Ed Chew Liquid to Light Designer Ed Chew takes a green step in the right direction with the TetraBox lamp, a light object made from discarded drink packets that would have otherwise ended up in landfills already packed to the brim. The design is achieved by unfolding the packets and refolding them into hexagonal and pentagonal sections that are then pieced together to form a geodesic sphere or any other desired shape. Here, the Epcot-like ball makes an attractive overhead light and casts an impressive web of shadows and shapes on the surrounding space. Designer: Ed Chew KK Round Looms How to use this website. Pattern links are listed on the right. Instructions and blogs are listed on the left. 8/7/2013 - updating and removing some links. If you want to be included on the weblinks, please send an email to springyknitting@yahoo.com Thank you for visiting, keep knitting! <A HREF=" Here are some links that show you how to cast on, bind off, and knit special stitches on your round looms: Provocraft Video: Watch Provocraft's Video to see the cast on, knitting, and cast off process on the Knifty Knitter. Now get out your Knifty Knitters and start creating! Loom Knitting Primer: A Beginner's Guide to Knitting on a Loom, with over 30 Fun Projects 144 pages - Author: Isela Phelps Contains 30 patterns for knitting in the round, rake knitting, knitting board, and felted patterns. Round Loom Knitting DVD

hp_knitting: Hufflehat Pattern! Yes, now you too can look as good in a hat as Henry, my westie/papillon mix. Alrighty, I know I promised this pattern a long time ago but I got distracted by life(that and I had never written up a pattern before and I wanted to make sure it was understandable). So here it is. Materials: I used medium weight yarn in 2 colors(Paton’s Canadiana, actually, in black and buttercup(which is discontinued), 1 main and 1 contrasting, ie: yellow and black. Gage: 4 or 4.5 stitches to the inch on size 7 needles(I believe the ones I used were 16 inch ones) Directions: CO 84 stitches in main color (MC) - 1x1 rib (knit 1 purl 1) 3 rounds -Switch to stocking stitch 2 rounds -Switch to CC for 3 rounds -Switch back to MC for 15 rounds -CC for 3 rounds -MC for 5 rounds -CC for 3 -Switch to MC and place stitch marker every 12 stitches -Start decrease by knitting 2 together before every stitch marker Now for the earflaps: -Count 13 stitches from beginning of the round. - Now it’s time to decrease. - Knit one row 1x1 rib

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