30 Responses to DMY moments #2

  1. Mia says:

    This is super cool!!! And I think you’re a great model 🙂

  2. sami says:

    Where can we get directions on how to do this? What do you use?

  3. Kimberly says:

    I was just wondering is there a way you can give me instructions on how to do the arm knitting. Thank you!

  4. Rynne says:

    What kind of, erm, yarn(?) are you using??

  5. That looks AWESOME!!! And I REALLY love that orange! 🙂

  6. Sandy Hinkle says:

    How and where do I learn to do this. I would love to learn. Please tell me how!

  7. joel says:

    I’m a guy and want to learn to how make blankets like that looks pretty neat

  8. Shirley says:

    I don’t want to make a scarf…I would like to make a rug like the one pictured above…Are there instructions anywhere for that?

  9. Amazing! I just made an infinity scarf and now, I wish I could make the rug!

  10. Michelle Piluso says:

    Here’s instructions on how to arm knit a blanket

  11. andrea says:

    What about the RUG? Where are instructions for the RUG. Super cool concept.

  12. Patti says:

    i LOVE the rug! Could you please, please, please, provide instructions. A video tutorial would be great!
    Thanks for sharing this awesome idea!

  13. Lynn says:

    I have just discovered this “arm knitting” looks like fun ! Love the colors you are working with in the picture and the round rug is so awesome !! I would like to make one of the rugs myself. Best start with some thing smaller first

    • Babette says:

      Dear Lynn,

      Great you enjoy arm knitting. It’s not me on the picture! I have spotted this guy on a fair, took a picture because I was as fascinated as you. Good luck with the rug!

  14. Kristen says:

    How many strands are you working with? What dimensions?
    And how many sheens are you using? Thanks!!!

  15. I tried arm knitting when I attended Vogue Knitting LIve in NYC. It was amazing! I actually completed a cowl. Vikkie Howl was our instructor.

  16. Mary steele says:

    What materials do you use? I would love to make these for my kids!!

  17. Martha Darbonne says:

    Arm knitting is a great way to be introduced to knitting, different yarn weights/textures & the use of colors! Leisure Arts has a very good introductory book/eBook plus free online tutorial videos. I watched & re watched – now I want to do this blanket & rug! And, what a great idea / tarn / never heard of t-shirt material referred to as that; must investigate!

  18. Sharon says:

    Tarn is actually the trim cut off different width fabric as it is oven finished (dye set) at the textile plant. These machines called frames, they have cutters installed, as the fabric comes out of the oven it trims off the edges that were holding the fabric tight on pins. The tarn is placed on a roll to the side while the fabric runs thru and is placed on appropriate width rolls before going to inspection and eventually to the manufacturers. This is tarn, usually has small pin holes in(budget). Then there is tarn that is trimed from the clothing or whatever manufactures from the finished products. Basically tidied up waste fabrics. No pin holes from the “waste trim” so higher qualities.

  19. Billie says:

    Way cool!

  20. abigal says:

    Hey what kind of yarn is that?!!! Please answer I need to know!!

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