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  1. I've completed my very first knooking project - a cowl. I tried to knit the old-fashioned way but not having full use of both my hands due to the stroke is still a problem. The stitches kept slipping off the needles, so I am glad there is another alternative I can manage! If you are interested in pattern details they are in my blog below. Thanks for looking!
  2. Pattern Information Pattern Description: A medium-width garter stitch scarf with two ribbons of ruffle yarn spiraling upward across front and back of scarf. Pattern Style: written Pattern Photo (optional): Skill Level: Advanced beginner. I would like a few testers with basic knooking or Tunisian experience and a few without. Yarn/Material/Tools Required: Tester will provide own materials and keep finished project. No specific yarns are required, just general types as described below. One or two skeins of worsted weight yarn One skein of ladder yarn Size H or I interc
  3. I just got a set of knook hooks from eBay and as soon as i finish my current tests and commitments, I will try it. I think there are others who want to try this technique. Earlier this year I taught myself the basics of crohooking and made a couple of pieces. I love it, as I am generally monochromatic, and this pushed me to combine colors.
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