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July 23, 2008

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Jenny

This is so exciting!!! I love the new blog. And it would be fun to get to know Sam a lot better too. Great blog. Have a great day!

Ineke

Could you please create some patterns for the keepsake loom. It fits perfectly in my handbag and as I have to pick up my son from school everyday (he makes met wait for ages!) it would be nice to have a pattern at hand!

kind regards,
Ineke from Eindhoven the Netherlands

Ann Harris

I would like to order a loom to make items for a 11 inch doll. I do not know what size to order. Could you please advise? Thank you.
Ann

Ann Harris

I would like to order a loom to make items for a 11 inch doll. I do not know what size to order. Could you please advise? Thank you.
Ann

Sydney

Isela...Iam trying to do your Aran Throw and I am confused. I have completed the garter stitch panel and am starting the cabled panel.
Here are my questions:
1. Do I do four garter stitch rows at the beginning of the panel and four garter stitch rows at the end?
2. Which cast on did you use?
3. How do you keep the tension loose enough to do the cable cross over? I actually "straighted out" the provo craft knitting tool trying to move the stitches from the cn to pegs one and two?

I am using Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick with the yellow KK.

Dabney

Good afternoon,

Since I don't have an adjustable loom, how do I use a loom that is too big but has just enough pegs on it to make a hat. Example. I have 4 looms sizes but the one that would normally be for a child is too small b/c of the yarn & lining that I add. Can I use the loom that is one size up but only the pegs I need. Any info would be helpful...


Thanx in advance

Normandie Hales

Love your site. It has really been helpful with the videos. One question, how do you decrease stitches.
Pattern directions says "Cast off pegs 1 thru 9 and decrease 3 stitches on each side." Could you possible make a video show this with the decrease at the beginning of the row and at the end of the row.

Thank you for your help and your wonderful site.

Normandie

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