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November 18, 2006

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NANCY RICHWINE

HI: I am new to loom knitting and have a scarf done on
the red round loom, but dont know how to end it without
it raveling out. Can you show me a video or explain to
me how to end this scarf so I can get it off my loom?
Thanks.

Monika

Hello, i have just completed a pinwheel, the pattern says to :
Remove the stitches from row 28 and place them on a needle and graft the stitches with the stitches from the cast on row;
how do you graft the stitches, i have not done this before, please help

Donna Bauman

Dear Sir or Madam:

I would like to know how to fix ladders or separations in beanies made on the knifty knitter. Desperate any suggestion or help would be appreciated. I don't want to waste time or materials. I want to give my the best work to the homeless.


Donna Bauman

Kim


Wonderful videos on seaming...but, would also like to see what the back (reverse side) looks like when done. It seems that when I seam the baby outfits in mattress stitch, they are too bulky. Would a different seaming stitch work out better with less bulk on the reverse side?

Dora Renee' Wilkerson

This is great. Not only does it cover loom knitters but anyone who is going to seam things together! I have not watched them just yet but I know I will.

Thanks for sharing once again!

Dora Renee' Wilkerson

Jeannie

Your technique videos are fantastic!

Jennifer

Thank you for these demonstrations, Isela. I'm working up to making a sweater and will need to know about joining arms to armholes. Now I have someone showing me!

One thing to keep in mind for future videos, though: I'm having a hard time hearing your voice over the music that's been added. I have a better time catching your soft, patient instruction when I'm wearing my headphones; otherwise, the guitar drowns you out.

becky

You Are So Good!
Thanks!

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