I got a Knitting loom set


#321

My daughter’s making a hat fir her uncle. She says it has to be for him because he’s the only one with a head big enough for it lol! She’s nearly finished.


#322

Just finish some cats (they miss eyes), hat, flower and booties. I borrow a flower loom of a friend. I finally figure how to use regular worsted weight yarn, with u-wrap stich…!
I have ordered one of those pink mini loom, seem that you can make nice thing with it !
Everybody makes wonderful pieces !
It’s addictive, hey ? :smile:


#323

I just wanted a cat!!! Lololol I hope yours get eyes soon :kiss::heart:️:grinning:


#324

I have trouble with my wifi(and the light apparenly)
There is the picture


#325

Wow ! you have been very busy lol nice job :smile:


#326

Awwwwwweeeeeee!!! Yay YOU!!! :cat: :heart::cat:


#327

I was planning on making a hat. It makes such a nice cocoon for Max, though. :smiley:


#328

Works good ! :smile:


#329

Now I think I need Max, that is so cute good idea!


#330

He looks like he’s in a Pea Pod!! Cute!!


#331

@Renauta427 How do you count your rounds?


#332

I keep a pen and paper next to me so I can write it down. :slight_smile:


#333

That’s what I’ve been doing. I thought there may be an easier way. :thinking:


#334

same


#335

Not that I’ve found lol I’m super forgetful so I write ho many rows I need (if I’m following a pattern) the specific stitch I’m doing and how many I’ve done lol


#336

I’m working on my first knitting loom project-a newborn hat. If you don’t have a pattern, how can you tell if it’s long enough? You can’t really measure it because the loom stretches it until it’s below the loom. Truthfully, I can knit faster but the loom seems to be easier on my wrists.


#337

Here is a chart I found for you.


#338

That’s really helpful. Thanks, Anne.


#339

If you ladies want to count your rows you do it from inside your knitting. Each line is a row. I am showing 6 rows in these pictures.


#340

Do you use the zippy loom?