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Sashay Loom knitting Patterns #799499 01/07/13 07:11 PM
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We have a reader who is looking for Red Heart Sashay patterns that work on a loom. Does anyone have any good sources they would like to share?


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Re: Sashay Loom knitting Patterns [Re: AKLisa- Knitting Editor] #800830 01/16/13 12:03 AM
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this pattern looks like it could be adapted:
http://isela.typepad.com/loomknitting/2011/11/got-ruffles.html
It is for a knitting board with at least 6 pegs and any ruffling yarn.
Let us know if this works or what else you find!

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Re: Sashay Loom knitting Patterns [Re: AKLisa- Knitting Editor] #806241 02/15/13 11:12 AM
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Loom video looks intersting. I just knitted my first scarf with Sashay for my mom for Valentine's. Seemed very slow wondering if the loom would be faster. And how do you find dropped stiches knitting with this. Almost impossible to see what is what with the yarn.

Re: Sashay Loom knitting Patterns [Re: AKLisa- Knitting Editor] #809941 03/06/13 02:00 PM
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Knitting looms often aren't any faster than needle knitting. They do have the advantage of preventing dropped stitches, so that may be an advantage when using ruffling yarn.

It is tough to locate mistakes in eyelash or ruffling yarn! In a way that is good, because if you make a mistake and miss it, it is not easily noticed in a finished piece. If you want to make the work perfect anyway, well, paying really close attention all the time is key.


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