Hello LALers! We are loving all the wonderful Alice Wrist Warmers you are making with your flower loom in the Knifty Knitter Loom-Along! See all the great photos in the slideshow at the end of the post.
If you are joining in, don’t forget that to post your photos into the Knifty Knitter Flickr Group. Each photo is an entry eligible to win a host of free giveaway prizes: a Cricut, a Knifty Knitter Long Loom set, and signed copies of Vickie Howell’s books. There’s still plenty of time to join in! Here’s the link to the pattern. The LAL officially ends on December 1st at 11:59pm PST.
Here’s some Q&A’s from the discussion group:
Question about the pattern re: size
kristin_a: It’s for a medium, 8″ circumference. What should I do if my circumference is 8.5″? Should I wrap around the pegs in a looser fashion? Use stretchier yarn?
Vickie Howell: Yeah, wrapping a bit looser will probably work just fine. You could also only use 1 strand of worsted weight, but they’d be much more open weave.
Another option is to just work the whole piece flat and then seam it together, leaving a slit for the thumb on the side. There might be a proper way to do this, but I’d probably just work the whole piece as I describe for the thumb section where you work back & forth, instead of in rounds.
Question about wrapping yarn…
linzserena: Hello! I don’t know if I’ve been wrapping my yarn correctly. I made a little diagram (in pics – called loom) to show what I’ve been doing. I’ve been doing method A.. tried method B but found it was WAY too difficult to “cast off” or “hook off”. I finished one glove using method A but it didn’t look like the example. I’ll post pics in a bit.
JenLava: A is correct. At least that is what I’ve been doing and it looks like the example. Good Luck!
If you have any questions or comments, feel free to post to the discussion forum in the Knifty Knitter Loom-Along Flickr Group.
Knifty Knitter Loom-Along: Alice Wrist Warmers – Checkin’ In and Q&As