Loom Knitting With All-n-One Loom Giveaway!

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Hey there, yarn enthusiasts!   AllFreeKnitting is back with another exciting announcement: we’re giving away a signed copy of the book Loom Knitting With All-n-One Loom to one lucky winner.  Inside this versatile collection, you’ll find 11 practical and stylish patterns for the knitting loom. From hats, bags, scarves and shawls, this book has a little something to offer any loom knitter, no matter what the skill level.

Enter to Win: Loom Knitting With All-n-One Loom

If you’ve been searching for a book that contains a variety of loom knitting patterns, then you’ll love this handy new collection from the Authentic Knitting Board.  If you’re not familiar with loom knitting or have only just started getting into the hobby, don’t shy away from this selection of patterns.  Mixed in with the more advanced designs, are projects suitable for even the newest of loom knitters.  If you’re not already aware, loom knitting is great for hobbyist with carpal tunnel or arthritis problems, as loom knitting is much easier on the joints than traditional knitting.  The best part is you can create the same types of projects, too, just without all the strain!

Contest ends Feb. 7, 2013.


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  1. says

    way back in the forties, my dad made me two knitting looms, one a spool with little nails on one end that made an icord, the other a small slotted board with a row of nail that would make potholder size squares that could be sewn together for doll blankets. hours of fun! have not used a knit loom since.

  2. Lisa Hughes says

    I love loom knitting! I had one but some members of my family wanted to learn it too and i havent seeen them since! But thats part of the joy of family!

  3. Rebecca Rankin says

    I would love to win this loom knitting book. As my friend does this but I have tried it. I am always looking for new craft ideas and things to do.
    Thanks for the chance to win your oom knitting book.
    Rebecca Rankin

  4. Hilde says

    I would love to learn loom knitting that is one thing I have not done yet.
    But would love to learn.
    My knitting and crocheting kept me sane during my chemo treatment. I could never be without my crafts.

  5. Betty says

    I have not tried loom knitting, interesting that you can make something like this with tool that is square or a circle..would love to give it a try

  6. Sherry Burton says

    I would love to win the contest because I am a huge crafter and love loom knitting, crocheting, knitting, scrapbooking, plastic canvas, cross stitch, and others. Thanks.

  7. shareese says

    Im new to loom knitting. I taught my self a couple of months ago and already i created hats scarves and cowls. I would love to add the all-in-one to my collection.

  8. Kimberly Lewis says

    Loom knitting is one of my favorite hobbies. It comes in a close second to crocheting which is my absolute favorite hobby.

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