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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Fall Infinity Scarf with How to Video for a Loose Cast Off

Handmade Design by
Jeannie Phillips ~ Southside AL

 This is an Infinity Scarf or Cowl that I did on my CinDWood round afghan loom... it is knitted in the round.  I didn't know I would like it until I got it off the loom... now I am really excited at how it turned out!  The exciting part is the loose cast off stitch!  I think I invented it.. I have not seen it before and it is wonderful... it ends up the same "size" as the e-wrap cast on so you don't have to do anything extra once you take this off the loom!!!.. But block your work of course. I am including a video at the end of this post.  Please let me know how you like it!!  Hugs Jeannie

Loose Cast Off Stitch ~ How to Video by Jeannie Phillips


Jenny said...

Love the Fall colors!! Enjoyed the Trash the Bride pix too :)

Anonymous said...

Your video was wonderful. Very easy to follow and I loved the simplicity of the stitch and how it looked. Sometimes my cast off is too loose so I will give yours a try. I hope you do more videos on fiber arts. I love your work!! Again, thanks so much for making it and posting it. :)Lisa

craftymrs said...

I just ordered a set of looms! I can't wait to get started. Thank you for sharing your projects. They are inspirational!

My Heart Exposed Yarns said...

brilliantly done Jeannie :)

Nadia (With Glittering Eyes blog) said...

Jeannie, I don't know which I liked more: having this awesome info on casting off or getting to connect a voice with your blog!! I am finally loom knitting after being inspired for some time by you!

A. M. Warnke said...

Have you tried the super stretchy bind off? It basically does the e wrap stitch for the bind off. Can you tell I am a fan of it?

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