Johana Bravo: I LOVE THIS VIDEO DO YOU KNOW HOW TO MAKE OTHER BOOTIES
Burntsmurff: You're welcome. I really should get back to it. So many ideas, so little
Burntsmurff: @ThatOneGirlStar You Know I never thought about it, but it seems someone
else commented on another video of these same series and said they made
some for a two year old and ten year old. I am guessing use different size
loom? Let me know if you try it!
bigheadbulldogs: Great job with this video it helped me alot, thanks so much!
starcutie5: i like how you explain everything i enjoy watching your videos
Burntsmurff: If you do less stitches what will happen is that the weave will not be as
"thick". So the weave will be more open, and it will not hold its shape as
much. If you want to make it "smaller" You would need a smaller loom, and I
don't know if anyone makes one. Sorry! Maybe if it was knit flat? Both body
of booty and sole?
Burntsmurff: @johana022290 You know I have only tried this because I am not a knitter or
crochetter. And I wanted an easy way to make booties, and I love loom
knitting. The only thing I can think of is to experiment with the tops,
with straps, and I bet one could even make flat panels to add. If and when
I find time I would like to make other kinds!
Burntsmurff: So glad you liked it! I can't make heads or tails of pattern books. It is
so much easier to watch and learn!
Burntsmurff: Hi, I accidentally replied to this using my husband's account. But the
answer is the same. You can use one or three! The more strings of yarn the
thicker it will be. Try knitting a flat panel and you will see the
difference. If you use one the bootie will not hold its shape as well, and
it will be a noticeably looser more open knit. Hope this helps!
Marmaleet: Got 2 soles done, lets see the next video :X! The 2nd time around I was
much more confident, thank you for your video ^^
Burntsmurff: @mistideveau I cannot follow a pattern if my life depended on it. I have
tried and it's like reading hieroglyphs!
Angel Momma: thank you for posting this! Its really hard for me to follow a pattern but
seeing it makes it easier!
ThatOneGirlStar: @Burntsmurff I guess I will try and give it a go lolz but I probably wont
be successful for a while lolz
MrSzOmBiEsPiDeR: thank you so much for posting this, i cant read patterns at all! thisvideo
helped me make the cutest bootie evr for my baby neice :)
Katherine Collazo Santos: Hello! I am new to this and would like to know which yarn to use.
ThatOneGirlStar: do you know how to makes these same ones for adults?
Burntsmurff: Thank you. I have watched videos in which they cut away and it sometimes
make me feel like I missed something!
06fablemable: hi i was just wondering if you needed a sertain size loom ?
emily smith: do u have to use 2 strings or can u only use 1as well?
michelle from down under in bundy: if i wanted to make new born could i do less stiches
skgreviews: u made this so simple! I think it is so nice that you took the time out to
starcutie5: 24 peg
Ana Maria Nunes: Hahahaha is very good but ur English is kind of funny
Burntsmurff: @06fablemable Hi, I am sorry for the late reply, I don't usually check my
you tube account! I guess I should. I used the smallest loom possible the
one for the preemie hats. I think there are other companies that make
similar size loom with different sized pegs and I bet those would give a
Ed Winn: You can use just one yarn string, but it is not as "thick" when you knit
it. It's like the weave will be more open, and it will not hold its shape
as well. Experiment and you will see what I mean!
cassrobert10: this is awesome!!!
Burntsmurff: @Marmaleet I think that is great, and you can experiment once you get your
mind used to the steps with straps and frills!
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