Tracey's Journal

This is just a place for me to post some pictures, write a few lines, and hopefully share some of my crafts.

Sunday, May 21, 2006

Knit 1 Purl 1 stitch

If you listen to this video I'm sure you'll realize I live in the south. :) Believe it or not, I've lost most of my accent. :) I hope this video helps you. If you'd like to see any other videos just ask. My DH has already asked what we are going to video next. :) I think he had more fun doing it than I did. :)

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  • At 5/22/2006 7:13 AM, Blogger lindasofftheloom said…

    Thanks for this awesome video. I have an idea for the next one. How about a video showing us how you do the sock heel!

  • At 5/22/2006 8:11 PM, Blogger Crystal Kini said…

    Nice Job on the video Tracey!

  • At 5/23/2006 2:13 PM, Blogger betty said…

    I love the video & your accent. I'm from Okla. Can you do more stitches or show us how the heel is done for socks. I haven't tried it even though I have the same loom. It sounds too difficult to figure out but so much easier if someone shows you! Thanks for taking the time. I've seen evidence that you can do cables, lacy stitches, popcorn, etc. on these looms. Do you know how?

  • At 5/31/2006 10:33 PM, Anonymous Donna Niell said…

    Great video. My sister-in-law came up with the idea of wrapping the knit stitches and knitting the purl stitches on each row. Then you go back around doing the knit stitches. She found this really helped when she makes the basket weave baby blanket. You can easily see if you have the pattern correct and where to fix it if you don't. I find it helps me when I'm just doing a rib on a sock so I keep it all straight!

  • At 9/04/2006 3:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Thank you I was having a problem with this titch to see it is so helpful.

  • At 2/11/2009 11:04 PM, Blogger Tytbody said…

    I had been wondering who this lovely lady is for a long time. I saw this video on photobucket, I don't know how and asked who it was, no one knew. Now I know and i'm glad I found you. so now I can pick your brain when I start making socks:)


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