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1  Re: Ashford Knitters Loom in Weaving: Discussion and Questions by Flore - Tricotin.com on: June 27, 2007 09:53:50 PM
Hello I have received my KNITTERS LOOM a few days again and have already woven lots of scarves and plans to weave skirts. (the one from Interweave Knits).

It is a great Loom. I love it. The wide eyed reed is great. Miss Hawklett (I am a big fan of yours you know it  Wink ) I really advise you to buy it. But as for most looms you might have to adapt your yarns for the warp threads... (I spin huge yarns and they won't go through the eyes) but you can use whatever yarn you create for weft.

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2  Re: Navajo Plying and Bumps in Spinning: Discussion and Questions by Flore - Tricotin.com on: April 28, 2006 11:03:04 PM

I am a navajo ply addict.
At first I hated it because I couldn't find the right mouvement/rythm...
Now I feel completely free and when a bump arrives, I take it between the thumb and index of my forward hand (left) and roll the bump back and forth between the 2 fingers and it looks good.

Looks awfull because it hasn't been blocked (it's off the wheel ;-)

By the way misshawklet, I am a huge fan of yours


My yarns: HERE
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