Cakes, Decor and More!: in regards to this being a wearable item, if I want to include more of the
leg than in a traditional sock, is it only a matter of starting with a
larger loom size for the top area and decreasing on the way down or is
there more to it?
trishsangels: it is called e wrapping because it looks like you are makin a cursive e as
you go around the pegs!
The Crochet Crowd: oh my... you rough on it girl... when I first started to learn, I was
flexing my pegs a little too much and seen the possibility of snapping one
off... I haven't but I think it's a small technique in this craft... Sorry
you broke your tool dahling.
The Crochet Crowd: LIKE OMG... that totally makes sense! I love even the rectangular looms
more... LIKE OMG, I can whip up a scarf in literally an afternoon and it's
like 1/4" thick and fluffy! IT's A YARN PIG BIG TIME... but oh so lovely!
hisgermansunshine: YES! Thank you so much!
Sian: hey mikey just watch this i think e wrap is called e wrap cus its a lower
Michele Jones: I've never done looming before, but you are making it look so easy by
showing me the exact steps. I'm excited about starting this project.
hisgermansunshine: how would i do this if i wanted to make a bigger x-mas stocking. would the
number system be the same?
The Crochet Crowd: AHHHH I never even thought of that... I just kept calling it to myself as U
O... short for UNDER OVER! LOL
logiclovr: it's called "e" wrapping bc when you look at it from the top it looks like
a lowercase "e" in cursive. Love your video! I can now loom knit socks!!
The Crochet Crowd: DO IT... You know you want to! LOL LOL
Chicky2Shay: monotone voice makes me sleepy, but it is helpful
The Crochet Crowd: Excellent. I can't wait!
SarahMarieWilson: I know why they call it e wrapping... It is cuz you are wraping it in a
shape of an "e".
The Crochet Crowd: The rectangluar ones are even more speedier... I don't thik I have ever
seen a craft that goes as fast as this and produces store quality results!
Hydee Gordon: To me... it's e-wrapping because if you think about the motion you are
making with the material, you are making a cursive letter "e"... or maybe
im just a tiddly bit wonky... who knows. :-) Thanks for demo-ing mikey! I'm
gonna make these for my 3-month old twin neice and nephew for their first
Christmas! I'll show a video when I'm done... I should show the twins
sometime... hmmm. future video! Love ya mikey!
Bethintx1: Michael, The Wrap star!!! I have a loom I never used... I just might try
kristinel4christ: i am making one i will post it to facebook when finished
The Crochet Crowd: I just witnessed your bent tool! OH MY! You need to slow down cause I know
you can crochet like the wind... LOL
Rachel Dawn: Please check out my tutorials !
The Crochet Crowd: Divide the loom (no matter what size) In half. and then do the same
configuration that I showed you... Make sure you come to only four pegs in
the centre when making it smaller before making it bigger again. Follow
what I am saying?
Bethintx1: My tool bent, so I went and got my nut-pick out of the kitchen tools drawer
and am using that instead. No bending!
The Crochet Crowd: So did you buy one and start something?
Sian: also im having trouble with the heal i get a hole on one side big enough
for my thumb to go through but did everything right sian xx
daisy77497: I finally found someone that could explain how to work with a loom in full
projects ..Keep the video's coming..Thanks !!!!
dragonkissses: I have been thinking about trying loom knitting. This makes me want to give
it a try.
nullquible90: I renewed my interest in knitting after reading loomknittingnow (.) com
Bethintx1: No. It did not break. It did bend. That's why I used the nut pick instead
of the tool. The single layer loops were fine, but when I did the cuff, it
was too thick and that's what bent it. Did you see the video response I
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