New Addition to the Twisted Stitches Page!

I-Cord Seaming in use~

I-Cord Seaming in use~

Hello, Everyone!  😀
I thought I’d surprise you with a little tutorial about a technique that some of you had mentioned you’d love to know about…
I figured this interesting, yet very simple process out while assembling my Pinwheel Blanket (pattern by Denise Layman of KnitChat.com).  I had wanted to use this very technique for the Braided Cables Bag, but just couldn’t get it to work right.  It turned out that I had the right idea, but was trying to do it upside down, lol!  The correct version came to me…yep!  You guess it!  In my sleep!  Once again, the Design Goddess came to me in dreamland and whispered the steps into my ear while I snoozed.  Isn’t she just wonderful?!  😉
I-Cord Seaming close up~
I-Cord Seaming close up~

Just pop on over to the Twisted Stiches page to download your copy today!

Enjoy!
Bethany~

About gettinitpegged

Whipping up whimsy with looms & string! :)
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3 Responses to New Addition to the Twisted Stitches Page!

  1. isela says:

    Thank you Bethany for giving us this cool technique to seem up items!

    PS: How is school going?

  2. sandy says:

    ok, i screwed up, my icord and cast off messages are in the wrong place….i am sorry! to get them in the wrong place! not for the comments themselve!

  3. Brenda GA says:

    You’re never going to believe this, Bethany, but I’ve been doing a similar I-cord seaming technique with knitted panels. Glad you wrote yours up so others could benefit from it.

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