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Loom Knitted Scarf Patterns You'll Love - The WHOot

Are you on the hunt for some Loom Knitted Scarf Patterns? You're in the right place. We have a cute collection of ideas, a DIY look and a video tutorial.


 

Free Knifty Knitter Sock Patterns

A selection of patterns for a variety of socks that you can knit with the Knifty Knitter.


 

Cat Bed Free Knitting Pattern

This cute and easy to make cat bed from our cat bed free knitting pattern is the perfect thing for your cat! Use this free pattern now!


 

Loom Knit Cape Pattern, loom knit wrap, shawl, pattern. Full length loom knit Cape Pattern. Cape Constance. Instant PDF Download.

Loom Knit Cape Pattern, loom knit wrap, shawl, pattern. Full length loom knit Cape Pattern. Cape Constance. Instant PDF Download.


 

Binding Off: Knitting Intermediate and Advanced Techniques

Raise your hand if you’ve bound off too tightly, bound off on the wrong side or bound off too loosely. My hand is WAY up; how ’bout yours? I was recently looking through my back issues of Interweave Knits, which I can now do right from my computer with the compilation CDs, and I came upon an article about several different bind-off knitting techniques that I thought you all might be interested in. It was written by knitting expert Ann Budd, and I’ve found it really helpful. In fact, I now almost always use the Suspended Bind-Off in place of


 

Loom Knitting Color Series, Simple Color Changes

A series teaching loom knitters how to use color techniques in their loom knits. This post is about simple colorwork, stripes and vertical color changes.


 

How to Get Started with Loom Knitting | Tutorials & Beginner Lessons

Loom knitting is a great way for people to become introduced to the techniques involved in knitting, and it's also a less fiddly way to knit than using needles - so great for kids to try too!


 

Snow Games Hat - Naztazia

You can find two different versions of this same hat. One is made with crochet, and one is made by loom knitting. Sarah (on the left, my daughter) is wearing the loom knit version. Donna [...]


 

Sisal and Seagrass loom knit stitches that look woven

Learn the Sisal and Seagrass loom knit stitches. These two loom knit stitch patterns create a richly, textured fabric that looks woven. Video included!


 

LOOM KNITTING STITCHES Three Step Stitch on a Round Loom

Three Step Stitch on a Round Loom - with written instructions and Q & A's


 

20 Loom Knitting that are Easy for Beginners - Ideal Me

20 Loom Knitting that are Easy for Beginners Knitting can seem intimidating and scary to someone who hasn’t done it before. And while it just takes practice, if you’re a beginner, you might feel more comfortable starting with another option. Here are 20 Loom Knitting Projects for Beginners. Looms have made it easier than everRead More »


 

Loom Knit Stitches Diagonal Chevron Zig Zag | Loomahat

The Chevron Stitch is unisex, doesn't curl on the edges and is reversible. This swatch was done using 1 strand of worsted weight yarn on a large gauge loom. Great for loom knitting blankets, washcloths and dishcloths.


 

This is a must see beginners loom knitting video. This loom knitting tutorial presented by LoomaHat.com is truly one of the most detailed loom knitting videos for beginners I have seen presented an…


 

How to Make a Loom Flower

I have recently discovered making yarny flowers with a loom! These loom blooms are pretty, easy and super fun to make. This is an awesome project to make with kids and is perfect for stash busting too. Be sure to scroll down for a full video tutorial too. For this project, you'll need: A Flower Loom (I found mine at the craft store for just a few dollars) A Loom Hook (the one shown came with the loom) A Tapestry Needle Scissors Yarn (yarn shown is Red Heart Super Saver) To make a loom flower, locate the peg on the side of the loom, this is called the "anchor peg" reserve about 4 inches or so and tie the yarn onto the peg, Begin by wrapping the yarn around the peg directly across from the anchor peg as shown below, then continue in a clockwise fashion, always moving to the peg on the right, Continue all the way around as shown below: We will make a total of three layers, so next you'll want to push this first layer down, using the hook tool if needed, In the same manner, wrap the next layer, push it down, then wrap the third and final layer. Push this layer down as well, then cut the yarn so that is equal to the other yarn tail. Flip the loom over and bring both tails (you'll have to pull one of them of of the anchor peg) to the back and tie off. I made three knots in mine to get it nice and secure... Select your flower's center color (same color or contrasting color) and thread the tapestry needle so that the ends are the same length. Working from back to front, come up from the back in between two "petals" and go back in with the needle to the in between area directly across. Do the same thing going the other way, this will make a "plus sign" In the same manner, now make an "X" over top of the "plus" Then continue until each in-between petal space has contrasting yarn in between it. Flip the loom over once more and knot it securely. If you want to tie the flower to something, leave the tails intact, otherwise you can trim the tails. Depending on your loom, you can either take the pegs off to remove your flower, or use the hook tool to lift each petal up and over the pegs. Do this all the way around... And the flower is complete... Make a whole garden of them with your new skill! Click below to watch the full video tutorial: For more fun projects and pretty patterns, be sure to follow Fiber Flux on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest for the latest updates! (Affiliate Link)


 


 

How to Loom Knit a Cap – E-Wrap Method

I am highly impressionable. What can I say? I get teased tons because even though I worked in marketing, was really good at my job and totally understood how and why commercials and product placement in stores worked, I STILL am a sucker for good marketing. I don't watch much TV and that's probably a good thing. I set up the bunny ears running cords over to the window to watch election coverage hooha. Any time a commercial came on one I would suddenly feel the need for a soda or decide I wanted to go out to eat even though my dinner was still digesting in my belly. I am the exact type of person that commercials are made for... highly impressionable and easily swayed :) I guess this part of my personality coincides with the part that gets into phases so easily. It can be food-related (like, I totally ate peanut butter and jelly sandwich twice a day for almost 3 weeks. I only stopped because my pants were getting tight across my booty) My phases can also be craft related. Right now I'm all up in loom knitting. You see I've always wanted to knit. Desperately, really. I've tried books and videos and I've never been able to get beyond casting on. I had pretty much decided that I'm just a crochet girl and that's okay, too. But out of the blue, I got this set of round looms to knit on. To be honest I didn't know much about them but I grabbed some Lion Brand Hometown USA bulky yarn and got to it. The next day I was up at the store stocking up on various colors of this fab yarn because I was hooked. I have to tell you that I have made a RIDICULOUS amount of hats and I've also got to tell you IT'S SO STINKING EASY! And last, but not least, they look properly knitted. It's not like a crochet stitch that can kind of pass for knitting, it's properly knitting just in a different format. Seriously, y'all... since that very first cap I'm in love. So today I'm going to show you how to loom knit a hat. All you need is a large round loom and some bulky yarn. It's so very simple that chances are your very first attempt will be perfectly wearable, too. Huzzah! For this project you will need: Large round loom (I use a Boye set) Loom hook (comes with the set) Bulky yarn (again, I like Hometown USA


 

Aqua Stripe Blanket (42 x 50) - KB Looms Blog

Designed by Denice Johnson LOOM: Afghan Loom YARN: Vanna’s Choice in Aquamarine (5 skeins) 170 yards. Vanna’s Choice in Pale Grey (5 skeins) 170 yards …


 

Pink Rose Fisherman’s Rib Headband · Crazy Hands Knitting

Fisherman's Rib Headband is an easy and fabulous knit pattern for begginers. The headband fits well both adults and kids.


 

Corky Crafts & Knit Hats: Loom Knitting a Dog Sweater


 

Loom Knitting Cast on Options

Loom Knitting Cast on Options: Your most basic cast on is an E-Wrap cast on. This is where most beginners start off. The options I give below are the ones I use the most. There are others like the crochet cast on, or chain cast on. I use it rarely, in that is doesn't allow for ...


 

Simple Cat Bed Free Knitting Pattern

Knitting for pets is both a fun and enjoyable experience. This Simple Cat Bed Free Knitting Pattern for your furry feline friend is sure to keep her warm and cozy.


 

LOOM KNIT Dishcloth Washcloth Seed Stitch Textured - Beginner Easy

How to Loom Knit a Dish cloth pattern on a round knitting loom. This project can be done on any loom, circular, long, straight, rectangular or oval - it doesn't matter. I use a large gauge 24-peg small Knifty Knitter but you can use your favorite brand o. Knit, Stitch, Loom, Easy,


 

LOOM KNIT Pumpkin Pattern for Decoration Thanksgiving Table Setting

LOOM KNIT Pumpkin Pattern for Decoration Thanksgiving Table Setting - YouTube


 

How to Make a Loom Flower

I have recently discovered making yarny flowers with a loom! These loom blooms are pretty, easy and super fun to make. This is an awesome project to make with kids and is perfect for stash busting too. Be sure to scroll down for a full video tutorial too. For this project, you'll need: A Flower Loom (I found mine at the craft store for just a few dollars) A Loom Hook (the one shown came with the loom) A Tapestry Needle Scissors Yarn (yarn shown is Red Heart Super Saver) To make a loom flower, locate the peg on the side of the loom, this is called the "anchor peg" reserve about 4 inches or so and tie the yarn onto the peg, Begin by wrapping the yarn around the peg directly across from the anchor peg as shown below, then continue in a clockwise fashion, always moving to the peg on the right, Continue all the way around as shown below: We will make a total of three layers, so next you'll want to push this first layer down, using the hook tool if needed, In the same manner, wrap the next layer, push it down, then wrap the third and final layer. Push this layer down as well, then cut the yarn so that is equal to the other yarn tail. Flip the loom over and bring both tails (you'll have to pull one of them of of the anchor peg) to the back and tie off. I made three knots in mine to get it nice and secure... Select your flower's center color (same color or contrasting color) and thread the tapestry needle so that the ends are the same length. Working from back to front, come up from the back in between two "petals" and go back in with the needle to the in between area directly across. Do the same thing going the other way, this will make a "plus sign" In the same manner, now make an "X" over top of the "plus" Then continue until each in-between petal space has contrasting yarn in between it. Flip the loom over once more and knot it securely. If you want to tie the flower to something, leave the tails intact, otherwise you can trim the tails. Depending on your loom, you can either take the pegs off to remove your flower, or use the hook tool to lift each petal up and over the pegs. Do this all the way around... And the flower is complete... Make a whole garden of them with your new skill! Click below to watch the full video tutorial: For more fun projects and pretty patterns, be sure to follow Fiber Flux on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest for the latest updates! (Affiliate Link)


 

Loom Knit Baby Sweater Free Pattern and Video Tutorial

This Loom Knit Baby Sweater Free Pattern is a wonderful pattern that you can work up with a loom. It is the perfect pattern for your first loom knit sweater.


 

Fingerless Mittens | Loom | GoodKnit Kisses

My 8 year old asked for fingerless mittens to go with his loom knit hat. Jared's Fingerless Mittens were made for a boy; add an embellishment for a girl.


 

LOOM KNITTING Hat Patterns - The Slouchy Linen Stitch Beanie Hat

Loom knit a Linen Stitch Hat. Step by Step video tutorial for the pattern. This is an cool and elegant hat that works well for men and women.


 

How to Loom Knit a Scarf

How to Loom Knit a Scarf: This step-by-step video tutorial shows you how to knit a scarf in crossed stockinette stitch with a rectangular loom or long loom. Watching this video tutorial you will learn:- How to cast on stitches on a rectangular loom or long loom- How to kni...


 

Caro's Loom Knitting Album: Toe-up Tutorial