Monday, October 09, 2006

This is the way of working with thimble - it easy :) Put it on your finger, then put the yarn between plastic bulges, and then methal stick over. The yarn goes over the fingers in usual way. The problem may occur when using one color more than other.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting knitting technique here. I am viewing your blog now, trying to learn more about Serbia.

Please visit mine if interested; comment is most appreciated.

October 10, 2006  
Blogger tina said...

Well, I did it, made my blog... now if you want to see some of my work you'll have to wait, I have to make some photos first ...

October 12, 2006  
Blogger car34 said...

I bought this knitting thimble the other day to work on a hat I am making for my grandson, flames. I had a problem getting it to stay on. It was way too big and loose. Have you adapted it in any way to stay on your finger?
Thanks for any info.

October 14, 2006  
Blogger Crow Calling Woman said...

I've never seen anything like this, but it looks like a nice tool to have for intarsia knitting! Where would someone purchase this tool?

October 15, 2006  
Blogger rupr said...

This is really clever thing for colour knitting. I wish I could buy it somewhere.

October 19, 2006  
Anonymous Magrit said...

Sorry all I didn't respond in a while !!

I purchesed this thimble in Serbia, so I'm sure you can buy it in your county. It is made by INOX.

October 29, 2006  

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