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  1. do you still have dvd on loom knitting for sell and do you know where is the best place for me to buy a loom or do you know anyone who sells tortals can you email the info

  2. Hello,
    I greatly enjoy your books and making the projects from the patterns within them. I have found two different books (written by you) and offered for sale on the subject of making socks using a loom. Can you please explain the difference between the books? Is one more geared to beginners or do they have easier patterens?
    Thank you,
    Marilyn Gruber

  3. Do you have a knitting loom dish scrubbie pattern? I saw your crochet one but I don’t crochet.

  4. Do you have any patterns for any adult vests made on either a round loom or a long loom?

  5. I have been searching the internet on how to resize loom knitting patterns, and I can’t find a thing. How do you change the size of patterns? If a pattern is normally 9X9 and I need a 7×7, how do I do that? Or if the pattern calls for 46 pegs to be casted on, and I want 40 pegs, how do I adjust for that.
    Thanks for all your amazing tutorials!

  6. Hi Isela,
    I want to purchase the patterns for Inara & Curly Q scarves, where do I send the MO and is there shipping?
    Thank you.
    M Woesner

  7. hi-i was looking for a loom knit pattern to try, but all the links to “box” account don’t seem to be working- help!!
    Thanks!
    kate

  8. Do you have a video showing how to use the long looms? The instructions that came with my long looms seem confusing. I watched a video for the round loom and can knit like crazy with them. I watched your pocket knitter video in hopes to gain insight to my long looms. I’m just tempted to take back my l,ong looms and get a pocket knitter. Any help or suggestons?

  9. Please could you help me with loom knitting. I have bought the round knitting looms and the long one. I have made some beanies but would like to make little jerseys can you help I do not have any knitting patterns
    My e-mail address is caring@mha.co.za Or can you tell me where I can get a pattern from with instruction how to increase and decrease thank you kind regards Denise

  10. I tried to find instructions on how to convert crochet patterns to loom knitting. I could aonly find knitting ot loom knitting. Can it be done, and if so, how?
    Love all your stuff and have all your books. Looking for the next.
    Thanks,
    Jeannine

  11. PLEASE>>>>> I work with handicapped adults. Where can I buy these looms in SOUTH AFRICA… Please!!!!!!!!!!!! I work in Somerset West near Cape Town I would so appreciated it if I could find some info on this in SA Thank you so much Dianne du Preez

  12. Do you have any patterns for lap blankets? Right now I am using the green rectangular loom & then connecting them. I can only do 4-6 panels in 1 week. Is there anything you can suggest I do so that I can create them faster. My craft club is doing them for Ronald McDonald house.

  13. do you have any tutorials on stitches for retangle looms. All I see is just for round looms.

  14. I am a beginning loomer and my daughter and her friends wear a lot of hats. I am only able to find the hats on video tutorials with brims. She really likes the barete style. Can you help.
    cynthia

  15. Cynthia,
    I will work on something for the shop on this style. I know I have a couple in one of my books but not individually.

  16. BJ,
    I don’t have anything for the rectangle looms right now. I know how to use them, I just haven’t had the chance to sit down and work any patterns/instructions for them. I recommend the KnittingBoard.com company for that sort of loom

  17. In response to Dianne du Preez. There is a shop in Canal Walk, Cenntury City, Milnerton area called “Cape Arts & Crafts”. They sell both round and long looms. Lesley in Edgemead, Cape Town.

  18. Hello Isela.I’m new to loomknitting and I would appreciate having your address to order books and videos from you.Thank you.Elizabeth Ellis from Canada.

  19. Hi Isela, I was trying to make a hat that is written for regular knitting, but I wanted to make it on the loom. It has an instruction to P2tog, how is this done on the loom or should I treat it as K2tog.
    The pattern is called “royal Beenie” by Daniela Johannsenova
    Thanks for your help

  20. Hi, I’m new to loom knitting. Just ran across a site from a Sara in Italy. She had the cutest baby hats, pumpkin, octopus, cupcake etc. I ordered and then realized site had not been updated recently. She referenced an Isela website where her patterns can be purchased. You are the only Isela I’ve come across so far. Can you tell me if that is you as I don’t see the patterns on your site.
    Thanks!
    cARLA

  21. Is it possible to make a hat to match the double-knit scarf made on the long loom please? I am new at loom knitting, making hat and scarf sets for homeless kids for Christmas and love the double-knit look.

  22. Meant to ask also if there is a pattern to make the slouchy, oversize beanies that today’s youth seem to love. Thanks.

  23. there was a knifty knitter pinwheel blanket on here for sale. i cannot find it. i would like to buy it

  24. thanks for responding. Do you know who sells the Deco accent looms or fine gauge looms. Is DaLooms the only place? I purchased your pattern Pretty in Pink and was trying to get loom to match what you used. Do you know if you can purchase pegs to make your own looms?
    Thanks!

  25. I am new to loom knitting and purchased your book: A beginner’s guide to knitting on a loom. I am trying the simple hat pattern on page 38 and have been getting on well until I reached the crown. The pattern says: “Move every 3rd stitch over one space to the right. 24 stitches remaining with 2 loops on each peg and 12 pegs empty.” However, I end up with: one loop on 1st peg, 2 loops on 2nd peg and 3rd peg empty. Where does the 2nd loop come from for the 1st peg?

  26. Hi Isela,
    I have been looking for a loom knitting pattern for a cardigan that is not too long but I cannot find it anywhere- do you have any suggestions?
    Kind regards
    Ana

  27. I am relatively new to loom knitting, I have made hats and scarves using typical yarn and am pretty confident so far. However, I am knitting a baby blanket on my long loom using pom pom yarn and am baffled as to how to cast off to finish it. I looked at the tutorial for flat panel knitting but the pom poms would get in the way as far as I can tell. Any suggestions?
    Thanks in advance!

  28. Hi there, where can I get a pattern book with most of your patterns in for scarves and shawls (eg the long curly cue scarf).
    Thank you
    Bea Jordan

  29. Hi, I am new to loom knitting and was wondering if you have any patterns for a 28″ knitting board?
    Thanks!
    Steph

  30. Hello I’m fairly new to loom knitting,…What is a stockinette stitch and how do I make that. I’m going to make an afaghan. Thanks Lisa

  31. Hi, I am very new to Loom knitting…I’ve only discovered it this week! Yes… I would like a pattern for a blanket. My question is that the blanket width is the problem…how do I work the squares together.

  32. Hi Isela! Just discovered loom knitting a few month ago after inheriting my grandmother’s looms. I have purchased a book that includes many of your creations one of which is the curly Q scarf. I have NO idea how to read a pattern and it is proving very difficult. Any tips? Is there a video you can point me to? Thank you for your time.

  33. Hi, ive just purchased the KB adjustable sock loom with 60 pegs that are 5/16th apart. Ive seen lots of books using the wider spaced apart round looms for house socks and then ive seen the books that youve written using a finer gauge sock loom. Some other book use a very fine loom. Tell me please if the books you have written would be suitable for the KB sock loom???

  34. hi my Kb adjustable sock loom has pegs 3/8th inch apart. total 60 pegs. I want to know if your books “loom knitting socks” and “loom knitting socks a beginners guide” have patterns which would be suited to this kind of loom please

  35. I am new to loom knitting and purchased your book: A beginner’s guide to knitting on a loom. I am trying the simple hat pattern on page 38 and have been getting on well until I reached the crown. The pattern says: “Move every 3rd stitch over one space to the right. 24 stitches remaining with 2 loops on each peg and 12 pegs empty.” However, I end up with: one loop on 1st peg, 2 loops on 2nd peg and 3rd peg empty. Where does the 2nd loop come from for the 1st peg?
    Posted by: Lillian | 09/06/2011 at 12:46 AM
    I am having the same problem right now, what was the response or is there a video to show how to do this part?

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