3 Thoughts on “NUMBER 2 — 4″ (31 x 31) pattern

  1. Andrew Barnes on 7 January 2021 at 1:05 PM said:

    Hi Sue
    I’m sat in my kitchen on my zoom loom doing your No 2 second attempt, no pun intended. I love my zoom loom & have been following you for quite a while now.

    I love your work & really do appreciate all the time & effort you must have put into this hobby obsession. I just wanted to let you know, that i & many more of us really do appreciate all that you have given & of course the inspiration you give to all that read your work.

    I do find it leads me to a question for you !!!
    Have you ever put a book together Sue ?
    Mind you with all the information & knowledge you possess it would make me wonder if i could afford it 😁
    Absolutely love your work
    Sincere thanks
    Andy xx

    • Sue Burton on 7 January 2021 at 8:27 PM said:

      Hi Andy,
      Thanks for the kind words! I haven’t spent much time with my pin looms lately. I was supposed to teach classes at a local yarn store this year, but with Covid–you get what happened.
      Book… yes, I’ve considered it. I was even offered a contract once, but I decided not to pursue it. The blog has been my “book.” I tried to make the posts printable, but my husband and I couldn’t figure it out. (Only I can see the printer icons.) But the info is here and is printable, even if not very conveniently. Every so often I reconsider the book idea. Lately I’ve been busy with a lot of other stuff (spinning yarn, knitting, art, and swimming)–there are just so many interesting things to do!

      • Andrew Barnes on 8 January 2021 at 3:09 AM said:

        Hi Sue
        Yes 2021 has not been a great start with this COVID & what ashame about your classes. Erm you could always do a weave along online 😁

        Yes totally agree with your blog, it’s just one big thick book a total mine field with lot’s of projects to work through.
        For me with work, zooming & loom knitting I just don’t know where the time goes in a day but you have mentioned another interest I’d love to have a go at & learn which is “ spinning yarn “

        It was so lovely to get your reply but like I said, it was really important for me to let you know how much I appreciate your work & time spent graphing it out for us.

        Sincere thanks Sue
        Andy

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