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Free Loom Knitting Pattern Link Directory

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Button Flap Fingerless Mitts pattern by Missy Angus ** Feel free to contact me with any issues or goofs I have made on the pattern and I’ll get her fixed up asap. :) - MyJewelThief These fingerless gloves have a classic, yet modern design that is super easy and quick. The button flap gives it a finished look and the “No Thumb” thumb opening makes it a breeze to knit. No button holes needed! 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 May 2007 I was asked this question recently, how do I find time to knit. I honestly do take a knitting bag with me nearly everywhere. There have been times I've been tempted to take a small project along to work on while standing in line at the grocery store.

loom knitting blogs The following blogs all have a loom knitting theme. Whenever possible, the blog knitstress' description was used. Don't forget to check out: If you would like to add your blog, please contact me. N.B.: Listing on this site is not necessarily an endorsement. 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

Basic Shell Edging Crocheted edgings are very pretty, whether they are on blankets, skirts, bags, or anything you can thing of! The item you add a crocheted edging to doesn’t even have to be crocheted. In fact, here is a very simple edging pattern that you can sew onto the border of your items. Sometimes it’s difficult for beginners to crochet evenly around an item, so this method of creating an edging and sewing it on, can simplify the process.

Hooded Scarf There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service"). Working Yarn I say "uh oh" because she's kind of creepy, but even so, I did it--I bought a big-eyed doll, Susie Sad Eyes. Not only are her huge eyes sad and woebegone, she has dark circles under her eyes, poor thing, crooked bangs and a really rough haircut (which I see is the norm for this doll). I first spotted this 8" doll in a locked glass case at a nearby antique store. With each visit over the past few years, I'd stop by and peer down at the sad creature, and this weekend I couldn't resist, so I bought her.

Green Dragonfly Tutorial: Crochet Cat Id like to introduce you to the newest addition to our family, Caity Cat… She’s a pretty little cat who loves to hang out in the garden… hiding amongst the flowers. Caity Cat Tutorial To make Caity Cat you will need: Loom Knitting The Zippy Iva Headband is modeled after the double knit Iva Headband, modeled after it, it splits in the middle to create the accent at the forehead. Worked on the Zippy loom with super bulky yarn in less than 30 minutes! Knitting loom: Zippy loom (2 Zippy looms, connected together). Yarn: Approx 20 yds of super bulky acrylic yarn.

How to Crochet a Cowl Scarf share: Fall means chilly weather in the Midwest, so I love accessorizing my wardrobe with handmade cowls. Ever wanted to know how to crochet a cowl scarf? If you already know how to crochet, this is a very simple pattern to make that only takes a few hours. *Freebies « Gettin’ It Pegged…Loom Knitter’s Clique Newest Freebie: Loom/Crochet Along: Pumpkin Hat Tutorial Video! No Hole Heels on Slippers/Socks. No Hole Heels on Slippers/Socks. I created an Excel spreadsheet quite awhile ago so I can pretty much put in the number of pegs I'm going to use and Excel does most of the figuring for me, it makes it quick and easy when doing slippers and socks on different looms. When doing a slipper/sock on the blue Knifty Knitter this is how I do the heel so there are no holes. It's a two step process; decrease and increase. You will start the heel after completing the ankle. So if you were to try this on Meilynne's KK sock pattern you would substitute it on "Heel Flap & Turn Heel" in her instructions.

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