7.9.15

Three Reasons to Love Loops

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One

The wonderful texture they create....

Two

They make you want to hug your work...

Three

Their promise of many more loops to come...

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Because for sure... Loops are addictive. So expect more to see of them here in the future. ;-)

Thanks for your kind visit. Have a lovely day!

26 comments:

  1. Sending me loopy with joy! Love the ombre effect.
    Crochet chart is in the App store by the way - sorry! Your hand drawn one is so much nicer though.
    Sam xx

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    1. Ah, that explains why I couldn't find it! ;-) Thank you sooo much for your kind words!
      xh

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  2. Wow! I have to say I always thought loops were messy-looking, but this has totally changed my mind and I too now adore loops! I love it when someone shows or tells me something unexpected and I do a complete turnaround regarding my opinions. It makes life so much more interesting!

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    1. Hello Emma Louise, Thank you so much for your kind words. I agree, the sharing of ideas and inspirations makes blogs and social media such a wonderful place!
      Thanks again!

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  3. Love the loops... they look so tactile and squishy. I knitted a lion for a little person which called for a knitted loop mane. Took me an age to work out how to do it but the result was fairly mane-like!

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    1. Thank you! Squishy is actually a good description - plus, I really like that word! ;-) I can imagine this stitch works wonderful for lion manes!

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  4. I love the loop stitch too! Check out my loopy sheep tea cosy design at www.woollychicdesigns.co.uk

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    1. I just did and I love them! Really cute, thanks for sharing.

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  5. Awesome effect! I like color combination too :)

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind comment!

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  7. O wat mooi! Ik vind het er prachtig en heel knuffelbaar uit zien. Graag zou ik het ook eens proberen, maar ben er nog niet in wat voor project. Misschien toch eens wat gaan rondsnuffelen op zoek naar inspiratie.

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    1. Dank je wel Daphne! Het is echt een leuke steek om te maken; misschien een kussen? Zeker de moeite waard om eens rond te snuffelen. Fijne dag!

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  8. Dat ziet er prachtig uit! Mooie kleuren zo bij elkaar.

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    1. Dank je wel Hilde, fijn dat je de kleuren mooi vindt!

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  9. Super gorgeous! Love the colors you're using too; really can't wait to see more of this project! Marinne xx

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    1. Thank you! I'm glad you like it and I will definitely share more if it here as the project grows. xh

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  10. I have a rug pattern I've been wanting to make but it uses the loop stitch which I have never used before so I've been procrastinating - your post is inspiring me however so I think I may just pull it out and get started. Thanks....

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    1. Thank you! And I'm actually planning to make a rug with this stitch too! I think it would work great for a rug! And I already have a nice chunky yarn in mind. ;-) I'd love to see your rug. Happy crocheting!

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  11. Ziet er prachtig uit! Fijne week verder!

    Madelief x

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    1. Dank je wel Madelief! Jij ook een fijne week!
      xh

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  12. Do you have a pattern for the loops? Thanks.

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