These gloves are truly representative my work in fiber. No measuring. I prefer eyeballing the size of things, hence, the one long glove with a short thumb and one short glove with a long thumb.
They're super thick and warm though!
They were made on the two purple looms.
I'll really try to be better about my craftsmanship. Those gloves will be good enough for keeping in the car, but not good enough for anyone to have close inspection of their construction. They also took a very long time to make.
I'm wondering if knitting on connected needles will go faster, so that's what I'm playing with now.
Just playing around and practicing at this point, I'm getting ready to look at some videos on "decreasing."
This sample knitting has tons of holes in it too. One positive thing about the looms is that if you miss a stitch, you see immediately that one of the pegs has too many pieces of yarn on it. You can fix it right away, and without taking out any previous stitches.
One thing for sure, knitting on these needles feels easier on my hands than the looms do. I'm going to spend the rest of the weekend playing with these.