422Re: new at this
- Jan 3, 2005Hi Sheila,
There are many things you can do with the round looms. You can make
purses, in the round or work a flat piece. You can make little
backpacks for kids or even yourself. On the smaller looms you can
make tube socks, or use it to do a flat piece to sew up for booties,
the more stitches the larger the piece. I did baby tube socks using
the blue loom and 12 pegs.
You can also do ponchos, make flat strips for ghans, make tube
scarves, or the magic scarf, make stuff toys for kids, cozy's for
cans, cups (I even made one for my flashlight.
There are a few patterns available at Provo Crafts:
http://snipurl.com/98p5 (same url but snipped shorter)
There are a few more patterns here:
http://decoraccentsinc.com/looming_instructions.html but be aware
some are for a finer gauged loom and won't work out the same without
some adjustments for the knifty knitters.
--- In ROUNDLOOMS@yahoogroups.com, "shewoo51" <dnswood@a...> wrote:
> I just bought a round loom and would like more patterns than one
> hats. I have the 4 Nifty Knitter set.
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