Sunday, January 25, 2009

River Pouch: Class on Needle/Loom Conversion, Post 1




Hello all!

In this post are two pictures of the same project. One has been loom knit, the other has been needle knit.

Can you tell the difference? Leave a comment in the comments section with whether the dark blue or the light blue projects have been needle knitted or loom knitted.

First, take a look at: Conversion Tips. Then you can check out River Pouch - Needle Knit and River Pouch - Loom Knit on Ravelry for the patterns.

10 comments:

June (LoomLass@yahoo.ca) said...

I would say the dark blue is the loom knit piece.

Dorothy said...

My guess is the lt blue is needle and the dk blue is loom. Thanks Dorothy

Anxious said...

Hmmmm....they look so ummm..the same!! If I had to guess the first one is needle second is loom. Can't wait to begin!

jpirkle said...

First look and guess, I would say the light blue is needle knit and the dark blue loom knit.
Jeannette

SUSAN said...

I can't see the dark blue one very well on my computer, but I would guess that the light blue is the loom knit. What an interesting stitch setup!

Sue Ross

Anonymous said...

My conclusions are that the light blue is loom knit because the stitches look very even and the dark blue is needle knit because there is some variance in the stitches leading me to believe that maybe your hand might get tired and loosen up the yarn a bit. This is a good question.

JoEllen said...

I think the dark blue. It looks like mine for the loom class. I thought I was doing something wrong si I looked to compare.

Anonymous said...

The light blue is needle knitted and the dark blue is knit on the loom. Karol nklu1107

Shauna said...

I say light blue is needle knit and dark blue is loom knit.

I can't wait to make this! Thanks for teaching this class!

delasBex said...

Thanks I now see what your are doing finally after trying to master just the e wrap hahaha . Thanks for your time and effort girl, you are very generous and know your way around knitting I see, I will come back to check my work as I progress and unwrap and rewarp hahah till next comment, deLadybex