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June 19, 2007

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Danielle

thanks for showing how its done but why when I start the knit stitch the ends are always loose? and its starts to curl?

Judy Stewart

The video made it much easier for me to understand how to use the Pocket Knitter. For those of you who are not liking the purl stitch, wrap it a little bit lose and it will work much easier, I found I can use one hand with this stitch instead of both.

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Wendy

THANK YOU SO MUCH - the instructions that came with the PK were a bit confusing!! You're awesome for making the video.

Judy

Isela, Your instructions are fantastic! I just bought the pocket knitter a few weeks ago online and got it two days ago. I love your video. It explains clearly on how to use the thing. The instructions that came with it are for the birds. Not even sure a bird could figure those instruction out.... Keep up the good work! Wish I could find some more patterns for it.

yolanda

i have purchased your knifty knitter and thier were no instructions inside and know i've been trying to get some help on how to use this product micheals has not been any help on what to do, do you have a video on line that i can see or can you mail me the instructions please i would like to use this for christmas and i bought this in aug. please help me thank you yolanda

Casey

Thanks for the video. I still have not figured out how to do the ends correctly. I need a video for the very knitting impaired..

Marisol

I love your videos they┬┤re extremely good and had cleared the doubts about how to use the pocket knitter I have started to loom knitt recently and bought your book and had knitted several hats and a sweater to my daughter but this pocket knitter I discovered it thanks to you and it is a very good alternative specially when I am on the move I already started knitting in it but the edges of the pieces seem to twist or roll in what can I do to advoid this?
Many greetings from Sweden

chris

Thank you very much for this tutorial! My dh bought me a pocket knitter for Christmas and I was so confused with the instruction book that came with it- Isela- you are a true blessing!!! Thank you for making this so much easier- I just finished my first scarf :-)

Eileen Brown

Thank you for making a video so easy to follow and understand. The directions that come with the pocket knitter are nowhere near as clear to understand, at least for me.

God Bless!

Helen

I am looking for written instructions on how to use Pocket Knitter and some patterns -- have pocket knitter and tool but have misplaced instructions...want to use when go on vacation and have no computer available when I do please help.

Judy Hudson

The Pocketknitter video is GREAT! If possible, I would love to have a copy.

Thanks Isela, you're the best.

Judy Hudson

The Pocketknitter video is GREAT! If possible, I would love to have a copy.

Thanks Isela, you're the best.

Andrea

I recieved my Pocket Knitter, and I'm ready to knit.

Thanks you, you make everything so easy.

Judy

I would be very interested in the DVD on the Pocket knitter. Let me know what to do.
Thank You
Judy

Michelle Ryan

Thank you very much for the pocket knitter tutorial. The PK is quite fun to use once you know how to use it. Learning how to use the PK is my first loom knitting experience, but after navigating this site I can see that it's very addictive. I plan to revisit often.
~Michelle

Gen

Hi Isela,

Great tutorial. I only knew the basic use of the PK, but seeing the purl stitch was so helpful. I may have taken a long time to figure out the directions for that stitch. Do you happen to know how to do the seed stitch for the PK? I am still trying to figure out of I can increase or decrease with the directions that came with the PK. Thanks.

Dee

Isela, you're just tooo...good to us. Thank you for the tutorial. I would like a dvd of it. I couldn't hear anything. I bought the pocket knitter, but didn't have a clue how it's suppose to work. LOL
Thanks to you, I'm on my way!!
PLEASE continue being you!!
Thanks again!!!

smiles and positive energy

Dee

Christina

That was a very helpful tutorial... what would I do without you, Isela???

Kathy

How inspiring, makes me want to run out and pick up a PK right now. I could see making some soft warm comforting scarves to take the chill off winter.

I wonder if you could make cables on the scarves using the PK. After I go purchase one I'll have to try it.

Isela, once again you are an inspiration. I would definitely be interested in the video as I can see my nieces/nephews doing this too.

Rebecca

Well isn't THAT a clever device! So......can it knit socks? Teehee!

Hope

What an awesome tutorial! Both the kiddo and I have PK's and your video has inspired us both to dig them out and make something. Thank you Isela!

Jeannine Lawless

Isela,
You are soooo smart. I figured out the loom instructions that came with my KKs, but the instructions that came with the Pocket Knitter just did not make sense to me. After watching your video, it was a piece of cake.

Yes, I would be more than willing to pay for a DVD so I could have it handy. Just let me know to go about it. Thanks so much. Jeannine

Jeannie

Thanks for the great video. You are like a loom knitting "crack" dealer - you gotta keep us all "hooked" on looming! ; )

I have a pocket knitter around here - I just have to find it. I bought it online when it first came out, but never had time to play with it. Of course, finding it may be harder than just going and getting another one now that Joann's carries them (and they are not very expensive).

Huggz!

Andrea

Thank you for that tutorial, you make it so easy to understand. When I first saw the PK, it looked like a hair comb, which is probably the idea behind it. I have a feeling the PK is going to join my collection of looms.

Stacey

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooooo! Not another thing that's easy to do! You... you... you evil fiber craft pusher. ;)

How's class going?

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