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Re: [ROUNDLOOMS] A question about short row shaping

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  • Loomin' Tanya
    ... Thanks, Carole! I thought so, but you can never be too sure! Now I really can t wait till my new loom gets here. -- Tanya Wheatley
    Message 1 of 2 , May 24, 2009
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      On 5/24/09, Caroleismamacat@... <Caroleismamacat@...> wrote:
      > The general information that Isela Phelps mentioned in her first loom book
      > was that for short rows that you use 1/2 of the total number of pegs. That
      > being said, has anyone else used any other number?? I have always used the
      > 1/2 of my pegs. So that would mean that you would use 38/2 = 19 pegs.
      >
      > Good luck!
      > Carole
      > FLA
      >
      Thanks, Carole! I thought so, but you can never be too sure! Now I
      really can't wait till my new loom gets here.

      --
      Tanya Wheatley
    • Loomin' Tanya
      ... Thanks, Jill! -- Tanya Wheatley
      Message 2 of 2 , May 24, 2009
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        On 5/24/09, Jill Serr <jserr@...> wrote:
        > I always use 1/2 the pegs for the heel on a loom. That's what you do also
        > for hand knit socks using knitting needles and also for the Antique Circular
        > Sock Knitting machine. Although I use the Circular sock machine most of the
        > time, because I can knit a pair of ribbed socks in about 2 hours, I like to
        > have a portable project to take with me when we're driving or just watching
        > TV. I guess it's because I like, also, a variety of ways to make things, so
        > I don't get bored!

        Thanks, Jill!

        --
        Tanya Wheatley
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