We’re going on a Fiber Hunt!

wasting time...Okay…are you ready?Β  Do you have those typing fingers poised over the keys to do some lightning quick fiber searching??

Here’s the way this game is played:

I’m going to list the items to be hunted below, then you’ll find the best possible item to fit the bill and provide the links in the Comments Section of this postVery Important: please only list one link per Comment, so that the spam checker doesn’t automatically throw your treasure in the trash, lol! πŸ˜‰Β 

Each link is worth an entry in the 6 drawings!

The items can be found anywhere and everywhere…I think this will be a really fun interactive kind of game that all of us can share in together, as we see what fibery goodness everyone else is finding!Β  Who knows?Β  We may be really surprised at what we find…or be super inspired to whip up something brand new and amazing!

Fibery Find-Its:

  1. Most Colorful Bag
  2. Cutest Possible Critter
  3. Most Intricately Knitted Item
  4. Most Interesting Fiber Art
  5. Items Knitted in Elements Other Than Yarn
  6. Your Absolute All-Time Favorite Loom Knitted Project (could be one you’ve knitted/designed yourself, or one you’ve spotted)

You’ll have until midnight (PST) on Saturday, August 1st to submit your entries for the drawings.Β  All the winners of the 6 drawings from the entire Blogiversary Bash and prizes to be awarded, will be announced on Monday, August 3rd.Β  Pssssst!Β  Don’t forget to tell your friends for another 3 entries! πŸ˜‰

So…what are you waiting for???Β  Happy Hunting!


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174 Responses to We’re going on a Fiber Hunt!

  1. Kelly Jones says:

    #4 most interesting fiber art. It was a toss up with the gas station, but I like trees! http://www.internationalfibercollaborative.com/html/progress.html

  2. Kelly Jones says:

    #3 Most Intricately Knitted Item. I just love this, would be hard to loom knit.

  3. gettinitpegged says:

    Wow, Kelly! That is indeed VERY interesting…and how colorful! What an excellent community project.

  4. gettinitpegged says:

    I’ve seen this Girasole before…absolutely stunning, Kelly! You’re right…not quite sure how it could be loom knit…but I’m sure it could be done if someone was innovative enough, right? πŸ˜‰

  5. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    Kelly, I’m getting ready to start that girasole on needles. I have it ready in a bag. It will be my bonus when this craft room is cleaned up. My reward.

  6. Kelly Jones says:

    I’d love to see it Jeannette, I know you’ll do a great job on it. Bethany – we’ll leave it up to you to convert it to the loom πŸ˜‰

  7. gettinitpegged says:

    Jeanette, this would be a very wonderful incentive to get the job done…I bet you just can’t wait!

  8. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    1. most colorful bag- I like your Easter basket bag Bethany. It is very colorful. I also like Noro yarn used for color in bags. I have some of that too for the future.

  9. gettinitpegged says:

    Weeeeelllll…I’m sorry to say that so far I haven’t had much practice (or luck, lol!) on lace items. I haven’t had the time to just sit down and do any of those LAL that have gone through this skill…someday, though…I am determined! πŸ˜› I tried the beautiful lace dishcloth from the Loomers Classroom and just couldn’t get it to work for me. I figured I wasn’t up to that level yet and set it aside for now, lol.

  10. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    #2. These critters are just to cute
    They are knit

  11. gettinitpegged says:

    Oh, I have to say, I really love my Easter Basket Bag, lol! the colors and the yummy felt make me happy. πŸ˜€ I haven’t used Noro yarns yet…I’ve heard a lot about them, though…I should get some and try it!

  12. Kelly Jones says:

    Just had to post this link I just came across – neat projects!!! I may have to figure out some of these for the looms.

  13. gettinitpegged says:

    Jeannette…do you have a link for those cute critters??

  14. Kelly Jones says:

    Jeannette – you’re links aren’t coming through

  15. loomalicious says:
  16. gettinitpegged says:

    OMGoodness, Kelly…those critters are just too sweet! I was literally mesmerized just looking…the animation kind of added to that affect, lol! I LOVE the chicken and the egg one…very clever!

  17. Kelly Jones says:

    Bethaney – when you get time take a look at the critters under the blog section too. amazing!

  18. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    This is the tiniest knitting I know of. Althea Crome knits intarsia on pins for tiny models. The details are extreme. Are you hiding the links Bethany? my last two aren’t on the post. Here is #3. She even knits tiny socks with details in them, she knits with thread on pins.

  19. gettinitpegged says:

    Whoa…that is a bright bag…but pretty cool with that blue mat behind it. I like it! πŸ˜€

  20. loomalicious says:

    6. The favorite thing I’ve loomed was this:

    It’s adapted from a needle project and I couldn’r rest until I figured out how to loom it.

  21. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    How do I get the links to show?? I usually just put the arrows before and after but they are hiding on here. I love the mochi-mochi land stuff. I sent Helen J to that site and her son loom knitted the toilet paper scarf. It turned out cute too. I want to make the snake swallowing the mouse.

  22. gettinitpegged says:

    Kelly, that is a very bright bag, but oh so cute…love the wiggly eyes!

  23. gettinitpegged says:

    Jeannette, just type the link without the arrows, and use the http://……. If you copy and paste directly from the page you want the link from, it should work. πŸ˜‰

  24. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    I’m going to type #3 again and see if it goes through.http://dailyartmuse.com/2009/03/25/althea-crome-extreme-knitting/

  25. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    Oh, it went through but I guess I need a space here I’ll try again


  26. Kelly Jones says:

    #5 knitting without yarn I think this is yucky, personally, but use what you’ve got I guess…

  27. Kelly Jones says:

    wow jeannette – i can’t believe the detail – amazing!!

  28. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    #2 cute critters: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=133997.0;topicseen
    Here are some neat felted critters.

  29. gettinitpegged says:

    That link worked, Jeannette…and WOW! How amazing is THAT?! I watched the little video and it shows that she knit some items for the movie Coraline…how cool! πŸ˜€

  30. loomalicious says:

    The cutest critter to me is the adapose/fat baby:

    Can ya’all tell I’m a Doctor Who fan, lol. Pity the BBC made the designer take the pattern down.

  31. Kelly Jones says:

    love the critters – and they are knit not crochet

  32. gettinitpegged says:

    Kate, I love your Extermaknit(?) I remember seeing that when you posted it to Ravelry…super ingenious! He could be cutest critter as well. πŸ˜‰

  33. Kelly Jones says:

    The adapose could be knit up as a big halloween costume

  34. gettinitpegged says:

    Ya..Kelly, I think I agree with you on that one! I posted a video link sometime back showing a lady knitting with cat hair, I think…I listed it under “spooky things” so you know how I feel about that one, lol!

  35. gettinitpegged says:

    Jeannette, those critter are simply wonderful! Love their softy goodness…thanks so much for that link!

  36. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    Kelly, wouldn’t that dog hair make you sneeze? Also, when it is wet would you smell like your dog? I heard of someone who had a sweater made of wolf fur and when it was delivered her dog tore it to shreds. Yuck!!!

  37. gettinitpegged says:

    Kate, that’s really cute, too…even contraversial, lol. I haven’t ever watched Dr. Who, so I’m not familiar with these characters, but they sure are quirky-cute!

  38. loomalicious says:

    5. How about this:
    There’s a footstool cover knitted from yarn made out of newspaper.

  39. Kelly Jones says:

    HA! That’s funny – I guess don’t get fur from an animal you don’t own! Hehe

  40. loomalicious says:

    I’m having too much fun on this scavenger hunt. The house is falling apart; the children are being absorbed by the wii. Yet here I sit, mindlessly searching the internet for interest bits of dibercraft!

  41. loomalicious says:

    That should be fibercraft. Clumsy fingers

  42. gettinitpegged says:

    Kate, that’s really quite ingenious! I wonder if you made upholstery out of that type of “yarn” if you’d end up with ink on your clothes?? πŸ˜‰ I really like the floor mat, though…but for INSIDE the house, rather than out, lol!

  43. loomalicious says:

    4. I’ll submit this as an interesting fiber art:
    knit volvo cover

  44. Kelly Jones says:

    I know what you mean Kate. My house is a wreck too and my 2 year old is in his bed hollaring instead of sleeping. I just pipe up with a go to bed every now and then.

  45. loomalicious says:

    I don’t know. I’ve got cats. That footstool looks like a giat scratching post to me.

  46. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    I looked on Google images and like this one for Fiber Art #4. http://www.modeknit.com/images/ani14.gif I think it was an interesting display of white lace

  47. gettinitpegged says:

    Kate that is too fun! Who thinks up these things??? Love the your Fiber Art choice!

  48. Kelly Jones says:

    Oooo… I like it Jeannette

  49. gettinitpegged says:

    Oh, that’s cool, Jeannette! It looks like spider webs….like our story of “the day in the life”… πŸ™‚

  50. Kelly Jones says:

    well…i’m down to favorite project…I don’t have a finished project link on this one – I’ve been working on a design for a “Trains, Planes, Automobiles” twin size comforter for my sons bed. It’s a double knit intarsia design pieced together in LOTS of blocks. I have the design finished, just don’t have it knit up yet. It’s been a labor of love for my little guy. He’ll be moving to a big boy bed soon.


  51. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    They sold paper yarn last year but the LYS didn’t sell much so they sent it back. I thought-hmm all that work and it can never be washed. I like the car cover. Never have to worry about dings in the doors in parking lots,would it felt in the rain? If acrylic like the skein on the hood I guess not. Very cute entries everyone. I’m not done, two left to go.(my house is a mess too and it is Friday, need to do a bit anyway–later)LOL

  52. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    Kelly, I like that project. It may take a while but be cherished and remembered forever. Don’t forget taking many pictures of it, they seal the remembrance in print. Plus, we would love to see it too. I remember when you first posted that.

  53. Kelly Jones says:

    Thanks Jeannette. I just got the last couple designs figured out (a wagon and helicopter!). I’ll have a pattern posted when i’m done. Probably will post it for sale, it’s a lot of work and designs.

  54. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    This bike is knitted with wire!! How cool is that?
    #5. http://www.bhkc.co.uk/jpeg_images_06/UnRavel%20Event/Knitted%20Wire%20BikeCanada.jpg
    I like wire with beads for the jewelry and this shows you can do so much more.

  55. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    #5 again, my husband uses this magnet wire for fun, now I will need to steal some for one of these: http://alessandrina.com/blog1/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/pin_front.jpg
    Cute flower!!

  56. guppylovesshark says:
  57. guppylovesshark says:

    Cutest possible critter, that’s a toughie. There is so much absolutely adorable amigurumi out there. For today though, this one stole my heart πŸ˜‰

  58. gettinitpegged says:

    That sounds really wonderful, Kelly! I agree with Jeannette…take tons of pics so you’ll remember and cherish the time always, especially since it is a labor of love. ❀ I made a quilt (very basic, but really cute) for my eldest daughter when she turned 6 (she's now 17!). She still loves and uses that blanket every night…I've cuddled under it, and it just seems to feel better than most other blankets…no reason for it, except all the love sewn inside. πŸ™‚ I need to do one for my younger daughter, as I got really busy with other things and never got around to doing her one…soon!

  59. Kelly Jones says:

    love the wire art!

  60. gettinitpegged says:

    Jeannette, those wire sculptures are amazing! I love wire anything, and these are really nicely done…I’m with you…love the wire with beads. πŸ™‚

  61. Carol Williams says:

    I am missing the scavenger hunt….

  62. Carol Williams says:


  63. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    How about knitting in Gold?? I need this- my husband would even like the geometric shape, he is constantly making this out of paper clips, should I ask for one in gold???

  64. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    Carol, read the above and enjoy the links, then join in. You aren’t missing it yet.

  65. gettinitpegged says:

    No worries, Carol! It’ll still be going until midnight Saturday, so you have plenty of time to start your hunt and look at what other treasures have been found. Hugs! πŸ˜€

  66. gettinitpegged says:

    That is definitely a COLOR-FULL bag, Jenny! I like it. πŸ˜€

  67. gettinitpegged says:

    Jenny, you’re right! This little guy is SO adorable…and functional besides, lol!

  68. Carol Williams says:

    Oh well, if I was looking for stuff right now, I would not be doing my LAL!!

  69. gettinitpegged says:

    Wow, Jeanette! That one is really interesting… can you imagine working with gold like that? I think you should definitely ask for gold…you’re worth it! πŸ™‚

  70. guppylovesshark says:

    #3 – I’m voting for your fabulous Pretty Peds! Those super sweet feeties come together in the most awesome way ❀

  71. guppylovesshark says:

    Tracked down the pretty peds link πŸ™‚


  72. Kelly Jones says:

    Love the puppy bag!

  73. Kelly Jones says:

    Don’t worry Carol. I actually stopped working on my LAL to do this (hehe). i’m picking it back up now to finish my wedges.

  74. gettinitpegged says:

    Those things are a little like magic, aren’t they, lol? I really felt like I was sculpting in a way when I was figuring those babies out…it was a very interesting experience. πŸ™‚ I still love wearing them!

  75. Kelly Jones says:

    Bethany – I LOVE the story!!! That is such a neat idea. Wonderful writers too!

  76. gettinitpegged says:

    This is just too much fun everybody! I’ve been completely mesmerized right here at the computer, letting everything else just handle itself, lol! BUT…my stomach is calling me…I’m starving! I’ll just go grab a quick snack and be right back. Keep up with the fun, though…it’s been excellent!

  77. guppylovesshark says:

    #4 Fiber Art – I’ve long hyperbolic crochet:

  78. guppylovesshark says:

    Haha, I meant been fascinated with hyperbolic crochet. Kiddos keep distracting me πŸ˜‰

  79. gettinitpegged says:

    I’m so glad you like the story idea…you’re the first to mention it today. I was hoping people were able to find it. πŸ™‚

    You’re right…we have a whole lot of very good writers hanging out in our loomy groups, lol!

  80. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    #6. This is very hard. I have to go back and think of everything I’ve loomed. Hmmm, I had the most fun with the snowballs ( http://www.ravelry.com/projects/jpirkle/summer-time-snowballs ) but that is actually a cast on, my favorite by far from Brenda in Georgia. The gathered cast on, I use it a bunch for so much stuff. I used my fabric loom knit purse the most. I finally retired it a month ago. It was just a bit to bright for me after all that time. I used it for almost a year.

  81. Kelly Jones says:

    Love it Jenny very beautiful

  82. Kelly Jones says:

    I like the snowballs – how fun would it be to knit a bunch and put them in one of those jumping ball blow up things! So soft, you could take a nice nap in there πŸ˜‰

  83. Kelly Jones says:

    wow – i may have to make that bag!

  84. gettinitpegged says:

    Jenny, that hyberbolic crochet is quite amazing! I can see why you’d like it so much. πŸ™‚ The little swirly-Q one has the same technique as the first little scarf I crocheted for my youngest dd…I put those swirlies on the ends for trim. πŸ˜‰

  85. guppylovesshark says:

    #5 I bring you knitting with telephone wire:

    That last one’s a doozy πŸ˜‰

  86. gettinitpegged says:

    Pam, that bag is a definite keeper! What a great find…thanks so much for sharing that! πŸ™‚

  87. guppylovesshark says:

    Uh-oh, I didn’t follow the destructions! My comment is pending moderation… πŸ™‚

  88. gettinitpegged says:

    Okay…I am in love with that monkey…right now…need some monkey love, lol! So cute, Pam!

  89. gettinitpegged says:

    I’ll go save you, Jenny…never fear!

  90. guppylovesshark says:

    #6 Was a toughie and then it hit me. My favorite project was also maybe my toughest. I stressed while I was making them but when they were finished I loved them and felt so proud of them. πŸ˜€ You can see a glimpse of them here:


  91. gettinitpegged says:

    I might have to agree with you on that one, Jenny. Those socks are absolutely stunning! You did a very professional job on those, and in such a short time, too.
    I’m very proud of the outcomes of my own struggle with the same project…one of which can be seen on the very next post to the one you listed. πŸ˜‰

  92. guppylovesshark says:

    Bethany, thanks for saving me πŸ˜‰ And thanks for all the fun! It’s been super hanging out with everyone and seeing some fun things. I have to go make a grocery list – I get to drag all four of the kiddos to the store tonight πŸ˜› I’ll check in again later. Hugs!

  93. guppylovesshark says:

    Ha, one more πŸ™‚ You did a bang up job on your socks too, Bethany. Love them 1,000,000 ❀ Hugs!

  94. gettinitpegged says:

    Okay, Jenny! I think you’ve won the award for the most wackiest find so far, lol! I think the 3rd link on your list was fabulous! I won’t say what it is, people…you just have to see it for yourselves to even begin to understand. πŸ˜›

  95. gettinitpegged says:

    Okay, Jenny…thanks for being such a great playmate! Have a good shopping trip. πŸ˜€

  96. Kelly Jones says:

    one more wedge!

  97. Carol Williams says:

    I am going to have to pass on the scavenger hunt. Just spent 3 hours on the scrubby so need to get busy around the house. I will come back later when I have time and read all the links. thanks for a fun time, Bethany.

  98. gettinitpegged says:

    You’re so welcome,Carol, and it’s been my great pleasure! I’ve really enjoyed having you here. You can come back at your leisure…and you do have until Saturday at midnight to put in your own links to fibery treasures if you find any before then. πŸ˜‰

  99. Keggy says:

    #4 Most interesting fiber art…I found this (I forget where) but posted it to my blog…http://westie-mom.blogspot.com/2009_04_01_archive.html

  100. gettinitpegged says:

    Wow, Keggy! I love that! What makes people think these things up…and then actually follow through with them, lol? πŸ˜‰

  101. keggy says:

    #1 It is knitted and I find to be a very colorful bag:

  102. Kelly Jones says:

    didn’t know Noro came in those colors

  103. gettinitpegged says:

    Keggy, that bag is absolutely FABulous! I want one…now! πŸ˜‰

  104. keggy says:

    #2 I think I will have to go with Our Brenda’s Lepracaun…

  105. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    Keggy, I like that tree too. I also like the wind powered sock knitter and the cranes knitting with telephone polls.

  106. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    I also like the fireman Brenda made. Maybe even better than the Leprechaun.

  107. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    Keggy, that is why I got some Noro silk garden, I love all the colors in it. I just got it so I have to start that soon too. Hmmm, more UFO’s or will I actually ever get caught up?? Nah!!Who wants to, I’m having to much fun with all of this.Great therapy too.

  108. gettinitpegged says:

    Jeannette, you’re such a funny one, lol! Well…that’s why we have the UFO list at the Group, to help you with your addictions, lol! πŸ˜‰

  109. gettinitpegged says:

    Keggy, you’re absolutely right! Brenda’s Leprechaun…and firemen are too cute! I just love their little construction. πŸ™‚

  110. keggy says:

    I think I like this one for #4 too…I can’t imagine knitting this one up…

    Now we need a giant carrot!!!!

  111. gettinitpegged says:

    Oh, yes…the infamous pink bunny, lol! Again…what are people thinking?? ;P

  112. keggy says:

    #6…I guess he would fit in #2 but I will enter here and he can always make me smile when I see him/Her…I think I may have to learn to needle knit just so I can…

  113. gettinitpegged says:

    Keggy, that is absolutely adorable! I don’t think you’d have to needle knit him, either…he looks doable on the looms, don’t you think?

  114. keggy says:

    #3…Intracate knitting…I think this is just beautiful!!!!!

  115. gettinitpegged says:

    Keggy, that is absolutely stunning! πŸ™‚ It looks a little like that spun gold from earlier, don’t you think? Only waaaay more delicate. Thanks for pointing that one out!

  116. keggy says:

    #5…I will have to go with Dora Renee Wilkerson’s hay twine loomed rug…I see lots of plarn(plastic bag yarn) but this is just a bit different…

  117. gettinitpegged says:

    Keggy, that’s pretty cool looking…do you have an original post link so we can have all the juicy details??

  118. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    Dora hasn’t been on much since she moved. I think her new house and land keeps her very busy plus the two kids.(her children, I think she has goats too LOL)
    Bethany, you are to funny also, I laughed when you said that bunny was doable on the looms. I bet you could if you used the infinity or in panels. Are you starting one for your backyard?
    Helen said a while back they are knitting a ship with all the parts in England for next year. That will be cool.

  119. gettinitpegged says:

    hahaha! No, I meant the little clammy guy was doable on the looms, lol! Could you just see me out there knitting that huge thing with looms stretched all across the circumference…;D
    Dora, I believe, is at Y2KHippie and blogs about her ranch life, etc. She has some fibery things every once in a while.

  120. Pam Sawyer says:

    #3 Most Intricately Knitted Item


  121. keggy says:


  122. gettinitpegged says:

    That’s pretty interesting…thanks for the link on the hay twine, Keggy! πŸ™‚

  123. gettinitpegged says:

    Pam, that is pure loveliness. πŸ™‚ The interesting thing is that I was just on the elann site looking around…I mean JUST on!

  124. Pam Sawyer says:

    #4 Most Interesting Fiber Art

    I would love to be able to do this.


  125. Pam Sawyer says:

    #6 Your Absolute All-Time Favorite Loom Knitted Project (could be one you’ve knitted/designed yourself, or one you’ve spotted)

    This would have to be my Little Bow/Butterfly Bonnet that I loom knitted guessing as I went along not really knowing what I was doing lol, but it turned out perfect and I was very pleased and proud of my accomplishment. You can see it on my blog under free patterns.

  126. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    Pam, that silver shawl is beautiful. I like the bracelets with pearls too. You should be proud of something you made yourself and it turned out just right. That is all we are aiming for in life after all isn’t it? What is the link to your blog?

  127. Pam Sawyer says:

    Thanks Jeannette here is the link to my blog.

    Haven’t done much on it for a while, other aspects of life seem to have gotten in the way lately but hopefully will be able to update it soon.

  128. gettinitpegged says:

    Pam, very lovely fiber art…that would be a very nice skill indeed. πŸ™‚

  129. gettinitpegged says:

    Pam, I think I’ve seen something like that before…hmmm…wire…beads….I like it! πŸ™‚

  130. gettinitpegged says:

    Pam, I really love your sweet little Bow/Butterfly Bonnet! You did a wonderful job on that…it’s so amazing when you’re not sure how to create something that you have in your mind’s eye, and yet it practically flows from your loom like magic…I love that! πŸ™‚ You should be very pleased.

  131. Marcie says:

    These are some colorful bags.
    Sorry I started late. Baby is sleeping.


  132. Marcie says:

    Favorite loom knit item.
    I don’t know I love them all and want to make everything.
    That’s why I have so many UFO’s
    If I had to pick one it would be the fan and feather lace pattern but it is one of mine in curtains, pocket book, edging on tops, pillow covers etc…. I am doing a pillow cover now full size.
    I don’t know how to put a photo in here. I can post it on my blog tomorrow hopefully.
    Nite all

  133. Marcie says:

    Thank you Bethany for a great blog party. If I ever have one you will be invited. You all will.

    I loved it.
    Thanks again

  134. Denise says:

    Oh my there are soo many good things to choose from in all these catagories!
    I do know my favorite loom knit though.. well.. perhaps! heheh

    The one I knit from a 123 year old loom knitting book!
    It gets both the crocheters and the knitters heads turning! And then I get to tell them it is loom knit!


  135. Denise says:

    For most intricate.. I came across this last night!

    Beautiful! I have not really dont any fair isle it eludes me but I have a remedy.. our knitting guild is going to have a workshop on it!! It pays to be the guild president some times!

  136. Denise says:

    Favourite fiber art..
    Stitching Up the National Gallery of Art!


    My peice is in there SOMEWHERE!

  137. gettinitpegged says:

    Denise, that is so cool that you got to be a part of that huge project! What made them think of covering everything with yarn?? Was it part of some type of theme at the time? Very neat! πŸ™‚

  138. gettinitpegged says:

    Wow, Denise! That IS intricate…and so pretty like a china plate. πŸ™‚ Very helpful to be the one calling the shots when you want to get something done, huh, lol! πŸ˜‰

  139. gettinitpegged says:

    I love that wrap, Denise! It looks so fuzzy and cozy…much like green chenille caterpillars, lol! I hope you’re still working on that old book…I really want to read a copy…seriously…please hurry! πŸ˜‰ I love old antique books, and what could be better than looming one??

  140. gettinitpegged says:

    Marcie, this sounds really intriguing! I hope you do post, because I’m really interested in seeing this-sounds great!

  141. Carol Williams says:
  142. Carol Williams says:
  143. Carol Williams says:

    #5 Items Knitted in Elements Other Than Yarn – some of these are fantastic designs…I have never seen the wire done like this!!


  144. Carol Williams says:

    #6 Your Absolute All-Time Favorite Loom Knitted Project

    There are WAY too many here…..but I LOVE all the socks I have seen, from Bethany’s to Isela’s to the ones Jill made from Isela’s patterns. there is just something about socks!!

  145. gettinitpegged says:

    Carol…I’ve been looking over your Fiber Finds and oh what marvelous things they are! I love that gauzy shawl and those wire jewelry pieces are excellent…we both like wire and jewelry, lol! There are no words to describe that water tower thingy…except maybe…HUH? πŸ˜‰

    And if socks are your passion, just you wait ’till you get your hands on that new book of Isela’s! You’ll be looming socks for a lifetime once you’ve gotten just a tiny taste of what’s inside. πŸ™‚ Thanks for playing, Carol!

  146. Fibery Find-Its Contest

    Most Colorful Bag –

    Cutest Possible Critter – My chi Chico – Halloween – Ladybug

    Most Intricately Knitted Item – Fall is just around the corner.

    Most Interesting Fiber Art –

    Items Knitted in Elements Other Than Yarn –

    Your Absolute All-Time Favorite Loom Knitted Project (could be one you’ve knitted/designed yourself, or one you’ve spotted) – My Designed Loom Knit Bunny Baby Security Blanket.

  147. I see this link didn’t work the first time so here it is again…

    Most Intricately Knitted Item – Fall is just around the corner.


  148. Jeannette Pirkle says:

    Kittyred, the intricate scarf is very pretty Scarlett, good use of color too.

  149. Brenda GA says:

    Here she comes, folks – sliding in under the wire! Most colorful bag:

  150. Brenda GA says:

    Cutest possible critter (it’s crocheted, but it can easily be knitted):

  151. Brenda GA says:

    Most Intricately Knitted Item:
    Be sure and check out the other items on this site.

  152. Brenda GA says:

    Most Interesting Fiber Art – I am really intrigued by the super large gauge knitting:

  153. Brenda GA says:

    Items Knitted in Elements Other Than Yarn – I’m totally in love with the knitted wire jewelry, especially this necklace:

  154. Brenda GA says:

    Your Absolute All-Time Favorite Loom Knitted Project – of the one’s I’ve blogged about, I would have to say I enjoyed doing the amigurumi, especially the fireman since it made my grandson very happy:

    I’m currently designing a little kokeshi doll using the two peg knitting technique.

  155. Thanks Jeannette – I guess my other post was way too long as I listed all 6 together and it’s waiting approval by Bethany.

  156. Oh, and I goofed on the cutest critter…LOL I wasn’t thinking and listed a pic of my chi Chico in his Halloween costume…LOL

  157. Cutest Possible Critter – My chi Chico – Halloween – Ladybug

    Well, his outfit is made of fibers. :o)

  158. Most Intricately Knitted Item – Fall is just around the corner.

  159. Items Knitted in Elements Other Than Yarn –

  160. Your Absolute All-Time Favorite Loom Knitted Project (could be one you’ve knitted/designed yourself, or one you’ve spotted) – My Designed Loom Knit Bunny Baby Security Blanket.

    I designed and made this for my grandson before he was born last Dec.

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