|Cottage Looms and knitting tool with padding added|
I have made a beautiful Fair Isle Cowl on the 108 peg loom. The stitches are even and I was able to use one strand of yarn on the project. Like all new looms, it took some time to get comfortable using the metal pegs but after several rows, I was moving along at a nice pace. I appreciated the round/oval shape of these looms. I find that the rectangular corners of most small gauge looms slow my knitting down considerably.
Cottage Looms are made from wood so they are a little heavier than other types of looms. I did not find this to be a problem though as I usually rest my round looms in my lap as I knit.
Before ordering your looms decide whether you would like a brass starter peg and a holding peg. They will put them on if you would like. One of my looms has both the starter peg and the holding peg (small loom). The other has the regular metal pegs only (large cowl loom). I recommend these looms for anyone wanting to do small and fine gauge loom knitting, they can really take your knitting to the next level!
|close up of 2 Cottage Looms and pegs|
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