Have you ever been creating a project on your looms that have lovely cables throughout, but try as you might, you just can’t get those loose sides of the cable twists to tighten up?
I’ve had the very same trouble, let me tell you. It wasn’t until I was working on these babies as a sample for this book, which are generously endowed with those lovely twists, that I finally figured out a way to tighten those outside loops!
Since then, I’ve had a few requests from my loomy friends for me to create a video tutorial so they can actually see how I’m working them… so, after a long & painful patient wait… the videos are posted! 😀
I’ve used the Cabled Mug Hug pattern as a place to learn these cables, and I’ve even included a new project you can make from the very same pattern! I think it’s pretty cool when a pattern can be used in several different ways…I just love versatility (can you remember the Winter Whimsy??)
Here’s a sneak preview: What do you think? 😉
PS: Have a Fantabulous & Safe Independence Day!!!
What a fantastic idea! Thanx so much Bethany!
Just copying a post from the Twisted Stitches page: 😉
“Bristacreations July 16, 2010 at 1:19 am
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! For the tutorial on cables, I completed successfully the Cabled Mug Hug!
…I’m so happy for you, Stasia! If you were able to succeed, then it was worth every minute spent making those tutorials. 😀 Great job!!!
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