Product Reviews by Kristen Mangus

Product Reviews by Kristen Mangus

Product Review by Kristen Mangus

Loom Knit Product Review (s):

Loom Review KB Super Afghan Loom S loom.
Loom Review KB Sock Loom 2.
Loom Review KB 28″ Knitting board + peg extenders.
Loom Review KB Basics Loom Kit and book.
S Loom Review 48″ Universal S Loom from CinDWood.
Loom Review: All n One from Authentic Knitting Board or All-n-One.
Martha Stewart Loom Yarn talk: What Yarn do I use? (use this for the Knitting Board adjustable Hat loom as well as the small gauge part of the AllnOne)


Yarn Craft(s) Product Review(s):

Boye Electric Yarn Ball Winder Demonstration & Review.




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Notes on our Product Reviews:

We (GoodKnit Kisses) do not accept funds to review products as our audience knows we will give a thorough & honest review.   This is NOT a paid commercial; the review video and editing are property of GoodKnit Kisses. If there are a few challenges, to a product, that can have a work-around then we will post a review.  If the product still needs adjusting or is inferior quality we will not post a review.  Our audience trusts our content and we strive to continue to honor that trust.

We are happy to submit suggestions, as some crafting companies have requested in the past, to improving products. If the company does have challenges, but continues to work well with the end user, we may post a review if we have first-hand knowledge of quality service.  You or your company may submit a sample for review at the following PO Box.  Please also submit to our contact form on our site to notify us of intended delivery, as it is a PO Box.  If you must use a business address, for FedEx, please use our contact form to request it and your intentions as this is a personal home. Thank you! -Kristen Mangus of GoodKnit Kisses

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  1. Hi Kristen,
    Just had hip replacement surgery so this was a great time to explore and sharpen my skills on crocheting. I watched your beginner’s video and was so enthralled at how well you demonstrated the linen stitch (for which I was going to do for a scarf, but now I’m afraid it will be too heavy). BUT, I’ve spent the last two days trying to find a embroidery/tapestry needle like you were using, steel pointed, bent but SHARP. Some yarns are so difficult to weave in ends like you do and like I’ve tried to do, but your method was so much better. I do try to put needle through yarn near the end of my weaving by splitting the yarn and, of course, going back in the opposite direction.

    Can you, please, help me with the name of your embroidery needle? I think I’ve looked at every needle there is on the market until it put me to sleep LOL.

    You are the best! Please, keep up the great work. You are such an inspiration. Thank you in advance for any help you can give me.

    My best,

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