*Peggin’ Pics

1/01/11:  Here are a few of my favorite projects that I’ve loomed over the past 5 years, both of my own design and some from my wonderful loomy friends!  I hope you enjoy…(remember to honor the copyright notice to the right…thanks!)

11 Responses to *Peggin’ Pics

  1. Hannah says:

    I love all your projects!!!!! You are quite creative!!! I especially love the Pooch parka. I am going to have to get my hands on that new book!!

  2. jean sudnik says:

    hello bethany, i am knitting the chill chaser cap and have a question i have gotten to part where you explain about putting in a couple of stripes, i am knitting my the same color and not putting in the stripes, do i still knit 10 rows in addition to the previous 12 rows before i bring up my co row. also i am looking for a pattern of a stuffed dog that i can loom or knitting board knit for my grandson for christmas, do you know of any nice looking patterns for this. i am knitting something for each of my grandchildren, with 8 and 2 step grandchildren and daughters boyfriend 2 children i have alot of knitting to do. i have already knitted a couple of purses and have patterns for some other stuffed animals but would like a puppy to do. i wrote you a couple days ago about the pretty peds but have to put this away til i get this stuff knitted. thanks so much jean

  3. Bethany:

    When will the patterns not yet released yet be released. I am so excited to get looming some more of your patterns, they have been so much fun and I absolutely love them.

  4. gettinitpegged says:

    Wow, Brista! Thanks so much for your interest! :)

    I’m happy to say that I’m currently working on a new publication that will include many of these “not yet published” patterns in one book! Yippee! :D If you follow the entries in the blog, you’ll be kept abreast of details relating to the future release of this new publication…can’t wait!

    Happy Looming!

    Bethany~

  5. Hey Bethany:

    Quick question – I bought the Girl Gauntlets pattern and it says “Using the fine gauge method, cast on” what does is the fine gauge method?

    You are amazing!

  6. gettinitpegged says:

    No worries! The “fine gauge method” as listed in the pattern simply means to use the knit stitch rather than the ewrap. When I first developed this pattern, I was teaching locally and had not yet really immersed myself in the online “looming lingo” that is now a solid language. This was also before the most popular loom knitting books were published to help with creating common terms in the craft. I was just using my own terms to help my students remember to use the knitting method that makes a tighter stitch. :)

    Enjoy your gauntlets! They’re really nice to wear…I find they really help with chilly hands in cooler weather and I wear mine quite a lot!

    Bethany~

  7. Cathy says:

    Hello
    Where can i buy the book that has the dog parka in it? I am very new to loom knitting. I actually bought a little loom for my granddaughter who wanted to learn how to knit and crochet the traditional way (5 year old) but just couldn’t catch on. Any info or links you could provide to further help both of us would be great.
    Thanks
    Cathy

  8. kATHY says:

    ITS MORE LIKE A QUESTION…iM MAKING MY SON HE,LL BE 31 AND IM MAKING HIM A CAMO BENNIE HAT..WHAT COLOR IS THE LOOM SUPPOSE TO BE HES A BIG BOY,bUT iM MEANING TALL..HES A RED NECK..i JUST NEED TO KNOW WHAT COLOR THE LOOM AND HOW DO I KNOW HOW LONG TO MAKE IT…PLEASE ANSWER BACK&GOD BLESS YOU :)

  9. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi there! :)

    Here’s a good basic pattern for a beanie on the looms: http://www.provocraft.com/projects/projects.php?prdindex=kniftyknitter&dsp=project&idnum=33

    As for which color loom to use for the hat all depends on the size of your son’s head circumference and what brand of looms you are using. The newer looms from different manufactures other than Provo Craft come in varying colors. ;) Here’s some more excellent information on loom knitting hats, with the number of pegs needed for each size, as well as tutorials: http://www.bevscountrycottage.com/how-to-loom-knit.html

    Hope this helps! :)

    Bethany~

  10. Kathy says:

    Its more like a Question?? I made my son a beenie and I made it too long about 2 inches long it already seald up and ready for him to wear but it about 2 inches …Is there a anyways I can shortin it? By 2 inches..I loom Knitted it?

  11. Lynne says:

    Hi Bethany, I just watched the Scrubby-O’s video and it was great. I have a question though – I know it says for the next wedges just continue working on top of the first one – do I use the loops that are already there for the next wedge? Or do I leave those loops alone and start another wedge on top of the first wedge??

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