Martha Stewart knitting loom set

Since I loved my round knitting looms so much, I figured I'd invest in the long loom set.  I contemplated between the Boye set and the new Martha Stewart loom set that just came out.  After a bit of research I decided to go with the Martha Stewart set. It was $39.99 at Michael's.  I bought it with a 50% off coupon. Here is a picture of everything that comes in the set.

That is everything laid out on the table.  What I liked about this set is that I can make many different configurations for whatever I might need.  You can make round, square, oval and rectangular looms with this set.  It also comes with a knitting tool, weaving tool, crochet hook.  It also comes with a small and large yarn needle.  The knitting tool is very flimsy in comparison to the one that came with the Boye set.  In fact at Michael's you can buy extra knitting tools just like the ones that come in the Boye sets for only $.99.  I bought two extras.  I'll be using those rather than the Martha Stewart one. I haven't used the looms to make anything yet, but I have tried to assemble the pieces.  I found assembly to be very easy and the pegs go into the holes very easy and seem very solid when they are in the holes.  I look forward to using this loom set.  I'm going to try making some scarves and maybe even an afghan.

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