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« Reply #640 on: April 09, 2008 08:43:39 AM »

What do you mean by two stitches in each knit stitch motleycruiser? Do you mean two strands, or two over two stitching?


I do 2 single crochet stitches between each of the knit stitches. That equals out to about an average adult size.

That's a nifty idea - I'm going to have to try that on my next project!
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« Reply #641 on: April 10, 2008 02:47:17 PM »

I was at Ikea last week & they had these throw blankets that were loom knitted & they wanted 29.99 for them.
http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/90125675

I made a breast shapped pincusion the other day from one of the small wood KK copy looms they sell at hobby lobby. If anyone is offended by the image let me know & I will take it down. I can't link the other places I have it posted because its a no no.

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« Reply #642 on: April 11, 2008 06:41:00 AM »

I find the ideas of sticking pins in a boobie slighty scary. But the boobie in itself is fine. great job!
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« Reply #643 on: April 11, 2008 12:52:48 PM »

I was at Ikea last week & they had these throw blankets that were loom knitted & they wanted 29.99 for them.
http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/90125675

I made a breast shapped pincusion the other day from one of the small wood KK copy looms they sell at hobby lobby. If anyone is offended by the image let me know & I will take it down. I can't link the other places I have it posted because its a no no.


Dork that I am, I thought it was a pastry before you mentioned it was breast shaped! I think it shows a good sense of humor! Smiley
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« Reply #644 on: April 14, 2008 07:30:24 AM »

Lookie at my newest loom knit bunnies:
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=240045.new#new
I plan to teach a "loom Class" on them the first week in May. Smiley I'm considering making these a series called "peanut animals" due to the shaping of the body. I have to come up with some ideas for other animals to make this way. And I really want to add feet somehow. I'm still playing with how to do this though and haven't been happy with my methods so far.
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« Reply #645 on: April 14, 2008 07:37:08 AM »

they are  cute as can be
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« Reply #646 on: April 14, 2008 02:11:06 PM »

Lookie at my newest loom knit bunnies:
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=240045.new#new
I plan to teach a "loom Class" on them the first week in May. Smiley I'm considering making these a series called "peanut animals" due to the shaping of the body. I have to come up with some ideas for other animals to make this way. And I really want to add feet somehow. I'm still playing with how to do this though and haven't been happy with my methods so far.

squirrels, owls, mice

maybe make the feet out of felt?
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« Reply #647 on: April 14, 2008 05:50:09 PM »

Lookie at my newest loom knit bunnies:
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=240045.new#new
I plan to teach a "loom Class" on them the first week in May. Smiley I'm considering making these a series called "peanut animals" due to the shaping of the body. I have to come up with some ideas for other animals to make this way. And I really want to add feet somehow. I'm still playing with how to do this though and haven't been happy with my methods so far.

squirrels, owls, mice

maybe make the feet out of felt?

I'm thinking felt may be the best option. They only make these looms so small unfortunately. Squirrels and owls and mice would be great! I can see squirrels really easy. Smiley 
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« Reply #648 on: April 15, 2008 01:06:23 PM »

I'm trying to make a faggot stitch cord on my KK and have no idea how to do it. The directions are as follows:

Cast on 2 sts. (ok, got that part, lol)
1st row: Yo, skpo (I am confused on how to do a yarn over and dunno what skpo is or how to do it)
Repeat this row throughout

Can anyone help me?
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« Reply #649 on: April 15, 2008 03:31:32 PM »

I'm trying to make a faggot stitch cord on my KK and have no idea how to do it. The directions are as follows:

Cast on 2 sts. (ok, got that part, lol)
1st row: Yo, skpo (I am confused on how to do a yarn over and dunno what skpo is or how to do it)
Repeat this row throughout

Can anyone help me?

Well, I did a little searching and found a step by step tutorial of skpo for needles.  Maybe it will help?? that's the best I could come up with, hopefully someone else will know more!  Good luck!

here's the link:  http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art7696.asp
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