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Old 11-07-2005, 12:31 AM   #1
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knifty knitters??
i just bought this knifty knitters loom set and made an adorable hat for my baby cousin!!!!!! but does any body here know of any other patterns that i could use besides the hat pattern included in the package???????

i know they sell other patterns separate but i didnt feel like paying extra.
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Old 11-07-2005, 12:59 AM   #2
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http://www.decoraccentsinc.com/
You might want to try this site.
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Old 11-07-2005, 08:57 PM   #3
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http://www.loomroom.com/knittingfreepatterns.html

http://www.decoraccentsinc.com/knitt...ons_links.html

http://www.decoraccentsinc.com/instruct.html

I found these sites
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Old 11-07-2005, 11:50 PM   #4
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There are actually plenty of sites including Provo's site.

http://www.provocraft.com/products/c...ifty%20knitter

http://decoraccentsinc.com/knittingloommovies.html
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woooowwwww thanks everybody that really helped!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
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I'm going to have to check out some of these sites too...
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I think those things are really neat but rather pricy.

I saw something really cool! If i could knit and could afford it ($60 something) I would get it. It was an interchangeable needle set. It had a bunch of different guages but the points had a screw on thing so your straight needle could become a set of circular needles. of a different guage. So it was really neat. I don't know if it equaled how much each set of needles would be but it was pretty neat. I hadn't seen the figure 8 ones, just the round ones and a straight long one
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Old 11-12-2005, 01:37 AM   #8
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uh nevermind everyone talked about this already, sorry.
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Originally Posted by TheRealPamela
I think those things are really neat but rather pricy.

I saw something really cool! If i could knit and could afford it ($60 something) I would get it. It was an interchangeable needle set. It had a bunch of different guages but the points had a screw on thing so your straight needle could become a set of circular needles. of a different guage. So it was really neat. I don't know if it equaled how much each set of needles would be but it was pretty neat. I hadn't seen the figure 8 ones, just the round ones and a straight long one
it is way cheaper to buy the interchangeables than to buy individual sets. and you can get them cheaper than $60 too. for example right now HObby Lobby has all of their needles and knitting supplies at 50% off. should end tomorrow but the sale comes around all the time. the set would cost about $30 right now. I got both my sets (these are all Boye sets i am talking about btw) off ebay for less than $40 shipped.

And you can get the Denise sets for less than $50 all over the place. I have two sets of the Boyes and am getting a set of Denises for Christmas!
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Do they have them anywhere else? Unfortunately I boycott hobby lobby due to their sale of fur and due to the letter I received when I wrote them about it. It is such a nice store, and the associates are nice. I wish they didn't sell fur!
I think I have Boye needles.
I saw some really pretty bamboo needles. What kind of needles do you all like best? I think my cast on is really tight so the aluminum slides.
Ebay sounds good. It is worth it to get the interchangeables???(for those who have them)
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