Take 10-15 little balls of scrap yarn, one basic pattern and a few variations to create lots of different Scappy Pets. Turn a kitty cat into a teddy bear without having to change the pattern at all. I teach you how in the video because like most of my patterns this one has a step by step video tutorial.
Loom Knit a Gnome Ornament on a Small Loom
I’ve been wanting to knit one of these forever. The holdup was designing something that was super simple but super cute. I have to say that I’m happy with these little guys because in under an hour and some scrap yarn you too to have your own Gnome ornament
You just knit three parts, make a beard and then assemble everything into an ornament that will go well on your desk, dinner table, or on your tree.
As always this one has a step by step video tutorial
Knit a Table Placemat on a Knitting Loom
Here is a textured and colorful addition to any table setting. It’s a simple project that works on a classic high end dinner table or for a casual brunch. You know what else this project is good for, gift giving.
Although a simple project I did a video to help you through the process. I hope you like it as much as I do and try it at if only for you and that special Plus One. ( Read More )…
The Diamond Moss Stitch on a Large Gauge Loom
I continue my search for stitch patterns that work well on large gauge loom with just one strand of yarn. I’m very happy with this one although the picture just doesn’t do it justice.
I hope you will give it a try on something special and tell me what you think.
As always there is a step by step video tutorial. I will give you a heads up that it is longer than most of my stitch pattern videos but I think it’s worth it.
Pocket Scarf on Any Loom with 26 Pegs
The Pocket Scarf has been on my mind for some time now. My holdup was because I wanted the project to be done in one piece with minimal sewing. This project turned out better than I expected and I’m super happy.
It’s a project that any advanced beginner can handle. It’s also helpful that the pattern includes a step by step video tutorial.
I’ve been teaching loom knitting for about 10 years, always laser focused on beginners and easy projects. In the above video are 10 “Don’t” I think most beginners should at least consider.
This is a short video I hope you will watch completely and share with other first time loom knitters. It’s not going to fit perfectly with everybody but again it’s based on my personal experience. Let me and others know what you think in the comment sections below.
Recommended Video List for Loom Knitting Beginners
Below are some of the videos I recommend for follow-up on the subject.
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Tiny Kitty: /fNWi6u8QFBs
Baby Hat: /WaU8fy_IdoY
Chunky Hat: 宅男电影天堂在线观看免费,果冻传媒国产新剧介绍,宅男电影神器9.2/NLx9By1n6BE
Recommended Supply List
LOOMS: Any large gauge
YARN: As recommended by the pattern. Try to keep worsted weight on hand.
HOOK: The kits come with a hook and needle. I prefer the KB Ergonomic hook
SCISSORS: Any common pair of scissors. Best option is a sharp scissor.
STITCH MARKERS: Optional but for me a necessary tool. I like mine to be bands with a cute charm.
The Blocks Stitch Pattern for the Loom
The Blocks stitch pattern is another great stitch for blankets, washcloths or just about anything. My husband has already requested a vest or sweater. I agree that it is very elegant and would upscale any wearable.宅男电影天堂在线观看免费,果冻传媒国产新剧介绍,宅男电影神器9.2
You will find the video below for the flat version of the stitch. Tell us how you will be using this beauty.
Loom Knit 2 Lace Shawls to Make an Awesome Top Cover
I have been wanting to make a top cover for a long time. I wear a lot of t-shirts and I like the idea of dressing them up. Because of the way this project is assembled you get two patterns in one. There is the shawl that you can make and wear by itself. The other option is to knit two shawls and get a top cover for your extra efforts.
The stitch was done in a previous post. To see that video and get more information, click here.
The CDD or Center Double Decrease for a Lace Stitch Pattern
Have you ever used the center double decrease, also known as the CDD to make a lacy project? Here is a 6 row pattern with a step by step video tutorial to show you how.
I’m totally in love with the delicate look of this stitch. I think it would make a lovely wedding shawl or super elegant table runner. I can’t help but image a dainty tea room. ( Read More )…
The Single Eyelet Stitch Flat Version
The Single Eyelet stitch pattern has great texture. It looks complex with the strong knitted vine and tiny openings, but it really isn’t. Plus you have a step by step video to help you make any project your heart desires.
Jumbo Hair Scrunchy on a Circular Loom
I wanted scrunchies that were super cute and easy to knit. I wanted the fabric to look wrinkled. Most importantly I wanted to make the project on a regular large gauge loom. All of the list is checked off. As a bonus, I was able to use up some of my scarp yarn. Enjoy the project and invite others to join in on the fun.
Like most of my projects, this one includes a step by step video tutorial. It’s under 13 minutes so you can quickly watch it completely before starting the project.
Over the years I have been asked for a large version of the Tiny Doll pattern. Well I wanted to make sure I could make it as close to life size as possible and that I could get it done with one loom. After a few tries I got exactly what I wanted. I hope you will love dolly as much as I do.
Below is the video for the pattern. Fair warning, it is a long video and I suggest watching it completely before starting the project.
He was made with the basic 41-peg loom and is approximate 14.5 inches long. Enjoy making many many super cute versions including a few little girls.
The Large Gauge Quilt Block Diamond Stitch
I wanted to knit a diamond stitch that could be done on the large gauge with medium weight yarn. Most importantly, I wanted the shape and texture to show up clearly. The quilt block diamond was the perfect one. It is sometimes called the Quilted Block.
Like most of my patterns this one has a video. Keep in mind that the video is only for the stitch pattern so there is no cast on or cast off. To see how to do that Click HERE
Also the video below is only for the Flat Version which does not translate to the round. To get that information see the written pattern.
Loom Knit the Garter Stitch Necklace Cowl
Loom Knit Face Mask Extender
I’ve been asked over and over again to design a pattern for a loom knit face mask. But I understand that knitted fabric holds bacteria. I’m no expert and I’m not willing to take the chance on another human being and so here is the next best thing to help those that have to use a mask. I’ve designed a face mask extender based on a news article sent to me by Nan Jacobs, my dear Patreon patron.
The pattern is free below thanks to the almost 300 awesome people that support me on that platform.