I saw one in the store along with knitting supplies and wondered what it is and what it is for? Anyone have pictures of something made from this gadget?
it looks like a spool knitter to me…
[quote=“aylaanne”]it looks like a spool knitter to me… [/
and a spool knitter is… :??
They make icords. Did you ever have a little tube of some kind with nails or pegs on top that you wrapped the yarn around and pulled loops over the nails? The cord came out the bottom?
No…I was deprived
Okay, so they make icords. Is that easier than knitting an icord?
I suppose you could, but I doubt it’s easier or as neat. My kids had them and made little animals with them. . . or just made lengths of cords that laid around for a while. :rollseyes:
Are you in disguise Ingrid? Only just noticed the glasses and nose.
YOU RECOGNIZED ME!!!??
It all started here
Its a bee that knits and says “Le boooz le booz”
i thought we were talking about something like a quilting bee except with wine, cheese, and of course knitting! i was excited! :verysad:
:roflhard: :roflhard: :roflhard:
This bee doesn’t have anything to do with Antonio Banderas, does it??? :lol:
AHHHH…and here I thought it was like a quilting bee and thought little bees all sat around knitting.
i thought we were talking about something like a quilting bee except with wine, cheese, and of course knitting! i was excited! :verysad:[/quote]
Me too, but I guess we could start one
I remember doing it as a kid, in french it’s called “tricotin”. Like Ingrid was saying, I would simply do very long icords that would lay in the living room for a while. You can do them with your hands too. Here’s two webpages (in french… but with lots of pictures) for people who are interested. http://www.tricotin.com/fiche5.htm http://www.tricotin.com/fiche28.htm