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  1. @maritate the looms brand name is Knifty Knitters:
    you can purchase knifty knitter loom sets right at you local craft store or Walmart. If you don’t have a store near you that carries them they are avalible online……you can try ebay or amazon.com

  2. where could I buy the loom knitting?
    It is the first time I see it
    I like it very much
    Thank you for posting this video!

  3. @Sylphadora have you tried searching on ebay for someone that will ship to you???

  4. Does anyone know where to buy Knifty Knitter looms in Europe?? All the websites that have them on sale ship only to the US and Canada.

  5. Awesome vid. If you are a newbie knitter like me there is some great content at at ebeginnersknitting (.) com

  6. Your videos are awesome, just made my first hat^^

    How about a video on how to make adult mittens?=D

  7. I would love to post your site on my homepage. send me a banner (html) and I will post it… family sticks together. 🙂

  8. ok mikey I am another guy loving crochet and now thanks to you. I am starting to work on knifty knitter. what is the best way to join flat panels…… (video idea.)
    thanks

  9. Also thrift stores are a great place to find odd balls of wool. And dollar stores too.

  10. @Tanyaa2313 there’s a tutorial in my collection… you can find it under flat panels.

  11. Can you please help me find out how to make flat panels with the circular loom?
    Thank you :0)

  12. you could start making sweaters with the big one

  13. Finally, an in depth video on loom knitting. Nice job, very informative. That being said, I have to say that you use the label ‘wool’ a bit much. Most worsted weight Red Heart yarns and Bernat are acrylic (most not all – I haven’t seen any Red Heart wool short of their sock yarns). Also, most of the loom videos I used to watch on youtube were done using the loom knitter’s perspective and not a table. The only ones I did see using a table were the looms that use a wooden base.
    Again, great video

  14. I was wondering if you have made mittens with the knifty knitter loom? I know it can be done but cannot figure out how to do it by the diagrams. thanks!!

  15. Which one would you recommend? The two strings at one time?

  16. Hi, Mikey I love your videos. I loved this hat video it was so easy to pick up. I got inspired to make a blanket. The only thing is that I do not know how to end it. Do you have a video showing how to end a blanket

  17. So very helpful. You helped me save time and yarn. I am glad that I saw the video. It saved me from making a 1 strand hat that I would have probably hated.

  18. I found this video to be very informative. You have great ideas. I wasn’t happy with the spaces left by using one strand of yarn either. So This is very helpful. Thank you for sharing!

  19. Thank you sooo much for your wonderful tutorial!
    I gave birth to a preemie baby last week. I wanted to make him a little hat to keep his head warm, and couldn’t have done it without your tute!
    He is going to be a good lookin lil’ stinker in his hat!
    ❤ & thanks

  20. Thank you sooo much for your wonderful tutorial!
    I gave birth to a preemie baby last week. I wanted to make him a little hat to keep his head warm, and couldn’t have done it without your tute!
    He is going to be a good lookin lil’ stinker in his hat!
    ❤ & thanks

  21. Awesome – thank you SO much for posting this – ah, yet another craft to sink my teeth into! I’ll be searching for more of your videos and I’ve subscribed! Thanks again,
    Suz

  22. @Mikey – I’m assuming you are talking about the American Flag baby hat? 🙂

  23. @BanjoDoje Hey there… I just launched a LOOM VIDEO YESTERDAY showing 1 STRAND wrapped twice. 🙂

  24. I was looking for the video that shows the 1 strand (am using your “empty” pen idea) done twice. I imagine that means 4 loops per peg. But I have an easier time when I can see it rather than trying to “imagine” it. Thanks

  25. What happens if the one size is too small but the next ring is too big for hats?? I have that problem with my rings – one sits on the top on my head and the other one falls down to my shoulders.

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