So, instead of stamping - I seem to be spending my time trying out my new Knifty Knitter! The yarn above is my current creation - its a simple scarf. The yarn - I've long since lost the label to it - but its chunky boucle and jewel toned with lovely berries, reds, oranges, and this green. I can't seem to get the hang of knitting with two needles - don't laugh at me - but I keep trying to use the knitting needles like crochet, my brain just doesn't seem to make that crossover. But loom knitting ... this is something I can do.
Actually, I blame Margie ;-) (just teasin' you!) - you can check out her knitting/loom blog here <--- just click. I made the "pomp a doodle" scarf last week, this week is just a simple scarf using up some of my yarn (alot of these projects are "one skein" projects, so I can work through some of my stash that is built up where there isn't enough of a color to do a bigger project).
My looms are round, but they also make bar style looms. Round looms are often used for knitting anything in the round - hats, socks, tube style scarfs, etc but you can do flat panels on a round loom. I found this fun video here:
You can also find the video tutorial for the pomp a doodle scarf on this site, just use the scroll on the right side of the screen.