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Oct 27, 2010

Knitting Board Class at Lion Brand Studio

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Our Knitting board class at Lion Brand Studio….. Students at the class learned how to work with intarsia design. We started the Beagle bag and worked with a 3 color design.

Pat signing Knitting Board Basics

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Kim teaching the class.

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Can’t forget that important anchor yarn.

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Look at them knit!

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Oct 6, 2008

Knitting Board Demonstration at Hobby Lobby

Hello All,

hobbylobby_demo4sm.jpgWe just got back from the Dallas area where we had a few knitting board demonstrations at the Hobby Lobby stores. They went really well. People were amazed at all that  can be made on the knitting boards…..especially the afghans. Here are a couple photos of the event.

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  • Awesome! Thats my store! I was sad I wasn’t able to come back on Saturday and see you guys, I was so happy it went well. Thank You!

  • Well done me loverlies
    top effort, huge hearts and a wonderful ladies too

    We need more of your kind in this world.
    Keep it up please!

  • I wish I knew you were in Dallas doing a demo. I would have come. I just joined on here recently but have been looming for a while now. Let me know if you are doing another demo.I live 45 minutes North of Dallas.

  • Hi Katy,

    We had a great demonstration at your store!! I wish you had been there. Thanks for setting up the rain check notebook, it was really needed.

    Hope to do one again soon.

    Kim

  • Hi Jeannette,

    I will announce from now on where we are demoing. I just got back from Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Chicago and Atlanta. It was a crazy trip.
    Kim

  • Jeannette,
    Where north of Dallas do you live? I am 10 miles north of Denton. I was at the Denton location when Kim was there. Look forward in hearing from you.

    Sue Kreitzer, a loomer in Texas

  • Hi I have just received the all in one board for Christmas and am a little confused on how many pegs to use, when a pettern says 30 sts is that 30 down both sides or 30 in total? also when a pattern says co 70 sts and my board has only 48 pegs how is this possible? thanks Brenda

  • Is this pattern for a knitting board or for a single sided item? If your pattern calls for 70sts and your loom only has 48 then you won’t be able to do it on that specific loom, you will need a loom with that number of pegs.

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