• Red Heart Yarn

    Red Heart Team Spirit Yarn

    I probably got more excited about this yarn than I should have…but I got pretty excited about it!  LOL…If you know me, then you already know that I’m a Bulldawg for life!  The red and black was getting bought up automatically.  🙂 I also got some to crochet something for my aunts…and a project for

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  • Knitting Board Afghan

    Update on the Knitting Board Afghan

    I haven’t been working on it like I should, but I just thought that I’d post so that folks could see how the afghan is coming along.  I’m realizing how impatient I am…because I’m ready for this thing to be done YESTERDAY!  It’s making some strange-looking patterns from the yarn.  My boyfriend’s mom has requested

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  • Michelle's Scarf

    Michelle’s Scarf

    This was my quickest scarf yet!  Michelle’s specifically asked that I do her a scarf like my infinity scarf.  I wanted to see if I could do one on the loom, so I gave it a shot.   I must have started, unraveled, and restarted this one about 10 times before I got it to my

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  • Isiah's Scarf

    Isiah’s Scarf

    I tried to pick a stitch that would be as “manly” as possible.  I’m surprised that he even wanted a scarf, because his dad would rather die than own one.  Isiah probably only wanted a scarf because his sisters were getting a custom one, and who can fault him for that? Again, he chose the

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  • Michaela's Scarf

    Michaela’s Double Knit Scarf

    Before I say anything else, I just have to tell everyone that I did NOT select this color combination.  I let Michaela pick her colors, and she wanted pink and yellow (the brightest pink and yellow she could find, obviously)…so pink and yellow she got!  I could not find a scarf pattern that I liked,

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  • New Afghan on my Knitting Board!

    It’s here!  It’s here!  It seems like I’ve been waiting weeks for my new Authentic Knitting Board to arrive, but it’s really only been a few days.  It arrived on the same day as my knitting board patterns book, so it was pretty perfect.  I’ve already started my first afghan on it.  It will probably

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  • Tre’s 2nd Baby Blanket

    I did this one for my nephew using the Martha Stewart loom set.  I used all of the long pieces so that it would be as wide as possible.  Unfortunately, this loom set apparently wasn’t meant to be used to double knit that way, and the middle section began to squeeze together.  You can tell in

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  • Loom Knitted Afghan

    Even though I was just learning how to loom knit, I decided to take on the project of making an afghan for my aunt.  I don’t know why I set my goals so high so early.  I suppose that’s just the way I am (and always have been).  It was done in three strips.  I

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  • Black & White Loom Knit Scarf

    In going through the books on loom knitting, scarves tend to be the first patterns that they suggest working on.  So I did.  I just didn’t realize how long it was supposed to be until it started feeling like it would never end!!!  This thing probably ended up being 60″-70″ long, double knit on my Knifty Knitter

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  • First Baby Blanket!

    My nephew is the reason I even got interested in loom knitting and other yarn crafts.  So naturally, the first thing I did on my looms was a blanket for him.  It’s rather rough, because it had to be loom knit in panels and then joined via mattress stitch.  The mattress stitch was THE DEVIL,

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