I would work to the point where the hood part is to be then working
in two parts do the rest. You would have to do a couple of rows to
bring up the palm part so that the hood fits over it properly. Then
you would work up to the fingers tops and do some short rows to turn
the work to complete the rest of the hood.
I haven't done this but this is how it seems like you would have to
--- In ROUNDLOOMS@yahoogroups.com, April <apriljoamy@...> wrote:
> Ok, I have asked for help on this before and I received many links
to for mittens that are either for needles or for the mitten that
doesn't have the half fingers. I bought the mitten loom some time
ago either from Bev's cottage or annies attic (I forget which) and I
really want to make a convertable mitten with the half fingers and I
have searched and searched and I can't even find a pattern to BUY.
Is this item impossible to make this with a loom?
> I figure I can do the cuff and the palm on the loom. I can do
the thumb and the half fingers with the little finger loom, I am not
sure how to attach them. and how would I do the hood part of the
mitten (the convertable part?). I would like it to be connected
fully on the back part of the hand. I am making this for my 18 yr
old son who is going to Canada in Dec. (we live in Orlando so not
much use for gloves at all)
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