But she’ll share…..sometimes.

Loomed Items

I said that I was going to get a pic of my son up here and here it is… at least it’s still knitting related.  I did this hat and scarf on the KK looms last year.  The hat was so big that it still fits him this year, but I nixed the scarf because it curled and I thought it was too dangerous for him to wear around his neck.

All items below were made with looms.  Hat and scarf with the KK blue loom.  The preemie hats, mittens and wrist warmers were all made with the Provo Craft mitten looms.

This was actually taken last year. KK Hat and Scarf

Here is a pic of my first batch of preemie hats, 30 in all.

Preemie Hats

Here are pics of mittens and fingerless wrist warmers. The wrist warmers ultimately were given to a friend of mine, but I still have my mittens and they are really warm, with enough room inside to move my fingers for, say for instance, driving.  Using these looms, I also made long and fingerless opera gloves for a friend, but still waiting for a picture.

Fingerless Wrist Warmers


Sunday, March 18, 2007 ~ - Posted by | Loom Knitting


  1. nice work!

    Thanks, fruitloopgirl!

    Comment by fruitloopgirl | Monday, March 19, 2007 ~ | Reply

  2. I LOVE the fingerless gloves. Nice work!

    Comment by Aelwyn | Monday, March 10, 2008 ~ | Reply

  3. Thanks, Aelwyn!

    I love the KK looms, too, but I’m so involved with crochet right now. I can feel myself coming back to the looms for the baby hats… I continue to collect yarn for the newborn hats.

    Comment by dragonmommie | Monday, March 10, 2008 ~ | Reply

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