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Loom Knitting for Little People: Filled with over 30 fun & engaging no-needle projects to knit for the kids in your life! Paperback – September 17, 2011
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About the Author
Bethany A. Dailey has been loving the art of loom knitting since 2005. She joyfully discovered that even with hand and wrist limitations, she was able to create beautiful and one-of-a-kind knitted items on her knitting looms. She soon began teaching locally, as well as online through her website, GettinItPegged.com. She has participated in numerous loom knitting publications over the years and is now excited to share with you her debut book, Loom Knitting for Little People...a publication that not only provides inspiration for loom knitters from all walks of life, but also helps to aid children in need through the donation of a healthy portion of the net proceeds to orphan care and adoption aid.
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It says rows 60-74 (54 rows) so am I to assume that I knit 14 rows or 54 rows???
I don't like giving a semi- bad review but in all honesty the few patterns I wanted to do require items that are to expensive to purchase...please feel free to comment if you have a solution for me and I will change my review
Pros: has some nice patterns that looked promising and not a bad price for the book
Cons: directions could be written a little clearer
Unless you already own the long loom and clips used in the book some patterns might not turn out the same as in the book