using a long loom to make a baby diaper cover...
(Olive Branch, MS)
I recently started using the Knifty Knitter looms, and I love them. I am a photographer and got tired of spending $40-$50 on knitted/crochet hats for my newborns, infants and toddlers. So I saw the loom set at Walmart and figured it can't be so hard. So in the last 3 days I have made about 12 hats ranging from pom hats, elf hats, and ear flap hats, and people even started requesting to buy them. I have one project right now I am working on and can't figure out. I haven't used an actual pattern to do any of the hats, but not I am TRYING to make a diaper cover. I could only find one pattern for it online, and with being new to it all, I figured I would just try and wing it without a pattern. I have drawn/written out exactly what I am gonna be doing. I am currently using the PINK LONG LOOM, and going completely around to make the major part of the diaper cover. I know I need to decrease steadily to make the crotch part of the diaper, but I can't figure out how to do it without actually closing up the entire thing. I need to leave leg holes... Does anyone have any advice? I have to have this done by 8am Friday Morning(07/01/11)... Please help