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June 01, 2006

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Stacey

You can do anything on a loom.

Kathy

Ooh, this is exactly what I was looking all over the internet for last night while making my daughter's hat. I finished without it, but can't wait to make another one now to try this out. I too can't get the video to load, but will try with the instructions and keep checking back. Thank you for showing that this really IS possible.

sandra

Hello! I'm trying to watch this video but it keeps loading and never starts playing! Is there something I'm doing wrong?

Thankyou!

Marianne

Awesome video. I am totally going to give this a try.

PamK

Excellent job Isela on demonstrating the bobble stitch. To read it in a pattern, it seems confusing but to watch your brief video tutorial... that is perfect!! It really simplifies it.
Thanks for sharing!!

Pam

angelique

Love ya for showing that Boobles Stitch! It helps a lot!

KnitPastis

Good job on the boggles!!

Chef Messy

Hehe, bobbles. I'm not even going to tell you what Matthew calls them!

Stacey

You make me want to learn to loom!

Becky

gotta love them bobbles!
Great job Isela! Thanks for doing this. You take such good care of us! What would we do without you?
Now, get back to bed and rest! hehehee
<3, Becky

sara

brava! this is an easier way to do them then the way I was doing them before. I like this way. I can't wait to try it when I return! :OD

LizAndrsn

Well I'll be! Your mini video clears up why I kept making lumps that weren't connected on the sides to the rest of the work. Good on, Isela! Are you on the mend?

Jennifer Larck

what is bobble knit?? can you show a picture.

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