Re: [ROUNDLOOMS] Re: Hello! Time to come out of the woodwork :)
- Amy, I've never tried this, but it's worth experimenting with the tube sizes.Anyone who HAS done this, feel free to chime in.How I see it... you need a number of pegs that is BETWEEN those on the flower loom and the one on the Round Blue loom.There's nothing out there that says you HAVE to use every peg on a round loom when you're doing a tube.What if you skipped every other peg when you do your e-wrap?Has anyone tried this?MarieIn a message dated 8/18/2008 9:23:06 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, tpmarks2002@... writes:
The best thing I could tell you, Amy, is to do a google (yahoo,
whatever) search for round looms. You will not believe the websites
that can help you out. There are a ton! Thank God for all the
information on the web. I don't know what we did 20 years ago! Best
of luck to ya! You'll love this group! Make sure you read all the
information given by the people in this group. They're pros and know
what they're doing.
> I haven't purposely just been lurking -- life has just been busy
> Hi! I'm Amy. I'm a WAHM of 3 - 8, 5, and almost 2. I am a new loom
> knitting addict!
> I do have a question to go along with my intro. Is there a look that
> is in between the flower loom and the smallest (is it blue?) KK? I
> really want to make some baby leggins for my little one, and the
> flower loom is too little, yet the blue loom is simply too big.
> Thanks for your help, and for the wonderful group!
It's only a deal if it's where you want to go. Find your travel deal here.
- i actually made a VERY small tube just using the end peg and 1st two on
each side of the long orange loom. (my finger wouldn't even fit..lol)
so- i would assume you could just do what was mentioned above and not
use all the pegs on the round loom, or do what i did and not use them
all on the long rectangular looms....i think it might be EASIER on the
long looms because then the yarn won't stretch out allthe way around
the loom.... does this make sense? hope so.... :) kyla