Monday, December 18, 2006

Moss Zigzag Stitch

Not the best picture, but hopefully it presents the general idea of a zigzag done in Moss Stitch. This is another stitch converted from needle knitting for a rake loom. I've put together a how-to sheet for the Moss Zigzag Stitch.

I'm bon bon making tomorrow. Anyone know how to dip bon bon centers in chocolate without leaving an ugly toothpick divet in both the soft center and the chocolate shell as it hardens? I've been at a loss for two years now on how to make my bon bons look as smooooth as those in the magazine picture.

"Hi, my name is Jen. I'm a recovering perfectionist."


  1. Your stitches look great! I haven't done a lot of experimenting with stitches yet. I want to now, I love the looks of these! Brava! :OD

  2. Thanks, Sara. Coming from you,that means oodles.

  3. Your scarf looks awesome - I've been following it since you first announced it :-)

    I wanted to add my mom usually takes a small spoon and puts chocolate over the toothpick holes when she makes bon bons. Perhaps you could try that? Good luck!


  4. I love your blog! It's the most helpful blog on loom knitting that I've seen. I'm going to try all your stitches and put your blog in my favorites. Your work is beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing your stitches with everyone.



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