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I love the videos. Keep them coming..
Hi Kristen can you do the marshmallow blanket on a knitting loom, ? I went to the store and it showed the blanket, also the cute hats. Are both patterns sold together? One more thing, I was trying to do a thumbs up and hit the other one by mistake, I am sorry. Karen Tech.
Thank you for all do for loom knitters.
I got lucky and found you while looking on You tube for loom knitting. I’m just learning about loom knitting, didn’t know you could decrease, do knit and pearl. Thank you so much for your site, I have signed up for emails and I will be looking forward to reviewing your site for additional information.
I am new to loom knitting. Looking forward to learning and excited to try new ideas.
I have been knitting and crocheting since I was about 7 years old. I am now 78. I just discovered looms at my knitting group and I just made an acrylic scrubby for my shower. I love the loom. I only bought one. But now want to try different ones. Your videos are fantastic. I am going to make more scrubbies for gifts along with my knitted washcloths.
Thank you so much. I’m so glad you found and love the loom! Thank you for visiting my page and your sweet encouragement.
I’m a beginner at both knitting and crocheting and I have question. I finished my first throw but it itches, my question is, is it that the yarn I used is 100% Acrylic or do I have to do something else other then wash it to make it soft?
Some yarns have something in them for when the yarn is being manufacturing. This will soften and wash out usually. Try a light moisturizer on your hands before working with it to help. If it doesn’t you may have an allergy to it. Some people use a crochet or antifatigue glove, usually found in the tool section (with the needles and hook) of your yarn or craft store.
just saw loom knit mesh bag video, must try. looks a little difficult, but got a bit of patience so I go for it.
How did it turn out?
Kristen you seem so talented in so many areas.
The is the best site I have come across and I have been look for a while now.
I could never get the hang of knitting, my stitches were to tight I am left handed so no one in my family could help me.
Then I saw this loom knitting and I thought it was just another craft that I would lose interested in, but I am hooked I made my first hat and now working on
I love the tutorials they are easer to follow.
So thanks again and I will be watching this sit from now on.
Getting my first knitting board today. I’m quite excited about learning this craft!
I look forward to exploring all the variations of loom knitting. I am especially keen on exploring taper casting off over many rows and reducing peg numbers so I can produce a round top beanie.
You are so wonderful. I’m teaching myself to loom knit. And so many people think it’s just something you do at girl scout camp . But its a really great thing to do. I love it.
I’m so glad to hear that Jackie and wish you the best. You will not regret it! 🙂 Thanks for your sweet comment 🙂
I am so excited with the new things that are happening with Good Knit Kisses…It it just wonderful Kristen…I am thrilled for you. And all of us you have such a great resource. And I am really looking forward to the new looming book to. You are Rocking !! it girl keep up the great work…
Thank you Brenda, I’m quite excited myself! Thank you so much for commenting and your cheering me on. 🙂
Great going!!!!!! Is this replacing the other site?
Thank you Nancy!! Yes, the other site is totally down. So now goodknitkisses.com is the place to go. I’m leaving the old Blogger/Blogspot site up. Many people have linked to articles there and it may be quite some time before I take it down.
You just keep getting better. Thank you!
Beth, thank you so much!! That is a great compliment. I’m always looking to improve.
Congrats on the website Kristen & Team,
I’ve been looming for about a year now. Thanks to your app, Facebook page & videos I’ve learned so much. I live in the Deep South & there’s not much need for
warm clothing that most people associate w/knitting (and loom knitting) so there’s not a lot of “knitting groups” or yarn shops. But thanks to you I’ve learned that there is so much more than that. Thanks again & Good Luck !!
Thank you Melanie for your sweet words. I’m honored to help. I, too, live in the South. Well southwest. I live in North Texas and it gets blazing hot so smaller projects are usually my preference as well. Thanks for watching and subscribing!!
I love your site, I have learned a lot from your site. You make great videos!
Thank you Paula, I’m really glad you enjoy the site. Thank you so much for watching as well, It makes me happy to know that they are helpful to people.
I am interested in learning different crafts etc , even at my age of 75. Things like new crochet stitches , new patterns for shrugs telco.PJBM
Pat, I’m honored to have you here! I love that you are still learning; that is inspiring. Its such an important part of life, learning something everyday. I totally agree. Thank you for letting me know as I’ll keep that in mind for future projects!
Congratulation! Beautiful, informative!!! Lots of hard work!!,
Thank you Christina! I’m so glad you enjoy it, your comment is really encouraging and affirming. YOU still keep me inspired my friend!
Great site! Appreciate the patterns and community!
Thank you Sharon! I’m so glad you are here, thanks for the encouragement. It’s all about community! 🙂
So excited!!! Been needle knitting 10 years and looming only 3 months. Loving it!
That’s awesome Sherry!! So glad you found me and hope this new site has everything you need.
love to loom knit learning to crochet
Angel I’m so glad you are here! Thanks for commenting 🙂
Love good knit kisses and look forward to the new website!
Hi Gail!! Thank you so much!
I really love this new website. I’m already a part of the GoodKnitKisses group on facebook for I’d say about over a year now and i really love it. I was more involved when I first got into it but I found a new job and it really takes up a lot of my time due to the weired hours, but I still find time to look at all the wonderful things people are making which I love. Plus the new ideas and acomplishments of the other members are awesome. Looking forward to future newsletters.
Debra, it’s great to see you here and thank you for the encouragement! Congratulations on your new job…And of course take some time to unwind with me. 😉 hardy har
I enjoy loom knitting, regular knitting and crocheting. I prefer quick projects!
LOL. Me, too Joan! I’m so glad you are here…you do all three of the yarnie things I love and made this site for! I’ll be increasing those categories and hope you find some new fast fun projects along the way here.
The new webiste is looking good, all your hard work is paying off and is very much appreciated. Great job!
Thank you for your kind words and checking out the site Barb!
Hi Daisy I’ve been on Good knit kisses for a few years now love this group and no you are not alone !!!
Thanks Brenda! You are a great encourager!
like to knit and i thought i was all alone or that people would think bad of me because i liked it but i saw on the net and fb that i am not alone at last;
Sincere greetings from belgium
Glad to have you Daisy, you are totally not alone! 🙂 Thanks for venturing out to find us.
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