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Knifty Knitter Knitting Looms

Updated on February 8, 2018
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E Wrap with Two Yarns Held Together as One Yarn

How to wrap the e wrap
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Free Patterns and Stitches for the Knifty Knitter Knitting Loom

Knitting looms are an effective way to knit if the traditional needles don't work for you. Knitting looms are also a great way to teach kids to knit.

Some experienced knitters prefer looms to needles because they are fast. Looms also make it easy to pick up where you left off without your work unraveling while you are away.

The "Knifty Knitter" is a specific brand of knitting loom. Some loom knitters use this term for all knitting looms, but this can be confusing because there are other brands. Boye and Darice also make knitting looms in the same sets of round and long looms. Trying to use another brand in a pattern made for a specific size loom will result in knit that is a different size than desired.

Provo Craft makes their Knifty Knitter brand long looms, which work well for making blankets and scarves. The round looms work well for socks, hats, and mittens. Here you will find more information about the buying Knifty Knitter looms, wrapping the looms, making stitches and free patterns for this brand of loom. The knit in the photo above was created using the longest of the Knifty Knitter looms and the "no wrap" stitch.

No Wrap Stitch

Introduction to Loom Knitting

How to Use Knifty Knitter Looms

To use a Knifty Knitter knitting loom, you usually begin by wrapping each peg once. This is called, "casting on." After wrapping the loom, you use your tool to "knit off" around the Knifty Knitter loom, to create your knit. The photo above captures knitting off, as the loop on the peg is pulled gently toward the knitter, over the yarn above it and released over the top of the peg and toward the inside of the loom.

I have experimented with many different methods of wrapping the loom and knitting off. The "no wrap" stitch is by far my favorite. It is the basic knit stitch in traditional knitting. It does not become tight and difficult to knit, as some wraps will. This stitch is pictured in the photo to the right. You can find the "no wrap" stitch instructions and instructions for many methods of wrapping and casting off the Knifty Knitter in the links below.

Instructions for wrapping the knitting loom and making knitting loom stitches:

Ewrap Stitches

No Wrap Stitches


Provo Craft Knifty Knitter Looms - Small Round/Blue
Provo Craft Knifty Knitter Looms - Small Round/Blue

This is the smallest round loom by Provo Craft. You can buy it individually, or as part of the round loom set below.

 

Creating Knit

Once you've wrapped the loom, it's time to knit. This is done by bringing the bottom loop over the top loop on each peg. After you lift the loop with the knitting hook, you release it above the peg toward the inside of the loom. Lifting one loop over the loop above it is the most common method of knitting, but there are other ways to do it and how you knit determines the type of stitch that is created. Methods for knitting included one-over-one stitches, one-over-two stitches, and two-over-two stitches. You can find more information about these methods here:

Knitting Off to Create Knit

Genuine Knifty Knitter Round Loom Set with 4 Looms, Hook & Bag
Genuine Knifty Knitter Round Loom Set with 4 Looms, Hook & Bag

This is the round loom set. It comes with the blue loom above and the red loom below. It also includes a yellow loom and a green loom.

 

Round Looms on Amazon

The round looms can be purchased as part of a set of 4, or you can buy them individually.

Provo Craft Knifty Knitter Looms - Medium/Red
Provo Craft Knifty Knitter Looms - Medium/Red

This is the next to smallest round loom by Provo Craft. It's often referred to as "medium" size. You can by it by itself or as part of the set above.

 

Panel vs Tube Knitting

Tube knitting is knitting around the Knifty Knitter in continuous circles to make things like socks and hats that have no seam. Panel knitting is back and forth knitting on the loom with a break, so that the finished knit is a flat piece of fabric like a blanket. It is a common misconception that round Knifty Knitter looms are for tube knitting and rectangle Knifty Knitter looms are for panel knitting. In fact, either type of knitting can be done on either type of loom. Read more...

Panel Knitting Vs. Tube Knitting on the Knifty Knitter Loom

Long Loom Set

Knifty Knitter Long Looms
Knifty Knitter Long Looms

The Long Looms

Knifty Knitter long knitting looms are usually sold as a set, but you can buy each individual knitting loom from Amazon or Ebay. The long knitting loom sets are great for baby blankets, afghans, shawls, scarves, and more. The knitting loom set includes a blue knitting loom (22 inches), the green knitting loom (18 inches), the yellow knitting loom (14 inches), and the pink knitting loom (10 inches). It also comes with the Knifty Knitter loom hook and a yarn needle.

One Over One Stitches

Instructions for a Beginner

The one over one stitch when done with a single strand of medium or light-weight yarn on a Knifty Knitter loom creates a fishnet type knit that is perfect for creating bags, or fishnet stockings. It is also great for any project that requires a lacy look.

Tube Scarf

One over one stitches

When done with two strands of medium to heavy weight yarn, it creates knit as seen on the left. The stitch is equivalent to the twisted stockinette stitch made with needles. It is also known in loom knitting as the "EWrap."

One Over One Stitches

Purl Stitch

Purl Stitch
Purl Stitch | Source

How to Purl Stitch

The purl stitch is the opposite of the knit stitch in knitting. You can purl on a Knifty Knitter, just as you can with knitting needles. As, with knitting needles the other side of the knitted panel will have knitted V's as seen in the photo.

How to Purl Stitch

Provo Craft 10" Long Loom
Provo Craft 10" Long Loom

The smallest long loom in the set, this one measures 10 inches. It can be purchased individually, or as part of the set. When purchased individually, it comes with a hook, instructions and it's own carrying case. Because this one is so small, it's easy to carry your knitting project around.

 

Ribbing

Rib stitch with one yarn
Rib stitch with one yarn

Ribbed Stitches

Beginner Instructions

Ribbed stitches on a knifty knitter loom make a great stretchy knit for blankets and afghans. You can knit with several yarns on the loom to create a more solid knit quickly and easily with this ribbed stitch. The ribbing also adds texture to the finished knit.

Single Ribbed Stitch

Double Ribbed Stitch (also known as the box stitch)

Green Long Loom

Knifty Knitter 18" Long Loom Green
Knifty Knitter 18" Long Loom Green

This is the large long loom in the set. It measures 18 inches and can be purchased individually also. When purchased individually, it comes with a hook, instructions and a carrying case. Long enough for blanket panels and shawls.

 

Honeycomb Stitch on the Knifty Knitter Looms

Honeycomb Stitch on the Knifty Knitter Looms
Honeycomb Stitch on the Knifty Knitter Looms

Honeycomb Stitch

for the Long Looms

Alternating the way you wrap the double ribbed stitch (above), every 5 rows creates the Honeycomb pattern seen here. This is a more advanced stitch, but it shows just how versatile the looms really are.

Honeycomb Stitch

Knifty Knitter 22 Inch Long Loom
Knifty Knitter 22 Inch Long Loom

The longest loom in the set, this one measures 22 inches. It can be purchased individually with it's own carrying case, hook and instructions. Because this is the longest of the looms, it's also the most versatile. You can knit large projects, or use a loom clip to adjust the loom to a smaller size, for small projects.

 

No Wrap Stitch Scarf

No Wrap Scarf
No Wrap Scarf

Making a Scarf

Free Pattern

Here is a knifty knitter scarf made using the yellow long loom and the no wrap stitch. The no wrap stitch as it implies, does not require the loom to be wrapped in advance. It was tube knitted to create double sided, solid knit as shown.

You'll find LOTS of free patterns for the Knifty Knitter looms, including this scarf, here:

Knifty Knitter Patterns


Long Knitting Looms at Amazon

The long looms are sold as a set of 4, or you can buy them individually.

Knifty Knitter Round Loom Set

Knifty Knitter Round Loom Set
Knifty Knitter Round Loom Set

Knifty Knitter Round Looms

The round looms usually come in yellow, green, red and blue. This set can be used to knit hats, booties, scarves, mittens and whatever else you can dream up. The yellow loom (11.5 inches wide) is for extra-large adult hats. The green loom (9.5 inches wide) is for adult hats. The red loom (7.5 inches wide) is for knitting children's hats and scarves. The blue loom (5.5 inches wide) is for baby's hats, mittens, booties, socks, etc. It also comes with the Knifty Knitter hook and a yarn needle.

Increasing and Decreasing Stitches

Just like in regular knitting you can increase and decrease stitches in loom knitting. You may need to widen, or narrow, the knit for sweaters, mittens, shawls, etc. To increase stitch you wrap one or two additional pegs in the next row. To decrease stitch you wrap fewer pegs in the next row.

Binding Off the Looms - Completing a Project

Once you have finished a project on a Knifty Knitter knitting loom, how do you finish? Binding the edge of the project, so that it will not unravel is also called "binding off." Here is a video with complete instructions for binding off Knifty Knitter looms.

Binding Off a Long Loom

Flower Knitting Loom

The flower knitting loom is sold individually. It is not included with any knitting loom set. You can make flowers to embellish your knitting or other craft projects. It includes a Knifty Knitter knitting loom hook, a yarn needle, and instructions to knit flowers.

Homemade Knitting Loom

Reuse and old plastic bottle to make a knitting loom
Reuse and old plastic bottle to make a knitting loom

Make Your Own Knitting Loom?

So, you want to try a knitting loom, but

Not sure you want to lay out the cash for a knitting loom? How about making one from a repurposed plastic bottle? Honestly the loom pegs have to be evenly spaced and not catch the yarn to produce quality knit, but due to my love of reuse and repurposing, I couldn't help but offer these options for making a knitting loom out of plastic bottles. Too cool!

Make a knitting loom from a repurposed plastic bottle

Connecting Loom Knit Together

What's Your Favorite Kind of Knifty Knitter Loom?

What's your favorite kind of Knifty Knitter loom?

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The Knifty Knitter Yahoo Group

Loom Knitting Group on Yahoo!

If you are new to the looms, one of the first things that you'll want to do is sign up for the Facebook group where you can learn more about loom knitting. The Facebook group can be found here:

The Knifty Knitter Discussion Group

© 2009 hsschulte

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      anonymous 

      5 years ago

      I'm trying to make a beanie for my boyfriend but I do not want it to be to thin with all the holes. Is there any way to make it less holey?

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      hia, I have rectangular looms and I have something in mind but I do not know what it's called. It's like a sweater but without arms. One panel in the back and two panels in front. (Like a vest but longer)

      What is this tipe of knitwear called and does any one know where I can find a pattern for it?!

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      What size loom should I use to knit socks for a small 10 year old girl?

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      sandy-morris 

      6 years ago

      I need a video of the granny square pattern if anyone can tell me where to get one that would be most appreciated want to make baby blanket that has to be done by july

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      Yes. I like to see or have someone explain how to wrap a single stitch on a pink long loom

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      uneasywriter lm 

      6 years ago

      Nice lens. I remember my Grandmother as a knit-oholic! Brings back memories!

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      hsschulte 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: If I were making a baby blanket on the long looms, I would use the figure eight or the honeycomb wrap using two yarns as if they are one. They are double panel knit, so they don't roll at the edges.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      what is the best stitch to use when making a baby blanket on the long loom

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      nelsonkana 

      6 years ago

      Nice lens here. Am taking a tour of top lenses. This is one of them. I like it.

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      Lindrus 

      6 years ago

      I had never even heard of Knifty Knitter Looms before stumbling on your lens! Thanks for the education.

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      JoyfulReviewer 

      6 years ago

      I enjoyed learning of the Knifty Knitter looms. I hope to get back to knitting and crocheting, and will definitely try these looms. Thanks for your info!

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 

      6 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      I have heard of the Knifty Knitter Looms but have never used one. I enjoyed learning about what all can be done with them.

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      kathysart 

      6 years ago

      Such fun... I think I need to consider doing this.. yay. Blessed

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      JohnMichael2 

      6 years ago

      it seems a bit tedious to work these... is that the case?

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      my 11 yr old daughter loves this, enjoyed your lens tonight.

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      Jennie Hennesay 

      6 years ago from Lubbock TX

      Wow! When I was a kid, my Dad drove finishing nails into the end of a wooden thread spool to make us a "knitting spool". I have a small round plastic loom that is over 30 years old that was called a knitting knobby, and now a Knifty Knitter that can make hats scarves etc. Time does change things!

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      Bahrns 

      6 years ago

      my wide and my mom love knitting but I can't seem to create useful looms whenever I tried... LOL... Better buy them some of these tools and let them enjoy knitting for themselves... :-)

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      jlshernandez 

      6 years ago

      I have not tried this but love knitting. Thanks for the detailed information and nice pics.

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      amkatee 

      6 years ago

      if you are awful at knitting in the round like me, then this could be a good alternative. I have not tried one yet, but I may try it out for sleeves or socks in the future.

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      SecondHandJoe LM 

      6 years ago

      Where do you find the patience to do it !! you knitters astonish me! Enjoyed your lens!!

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      lilymom24 

      6 years ago

      Have never used a loom but love yarn and crochet so maybe I should branch out and try something new.

    • hsschulte profile imageAUTHOR

      hsschulte 

      6 years ago

      @Barb McCoy: HarmonyArtMom, what size hat were you making and which loom did you use? I try to make a point of mentioning that the blue round looms are for *preemie* and *newborn* hats only. They are too small for a typical baby. I would use the medium looms for most baby hats.

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      Barb McCoy 

      6 years ago

      I tried to use my Knifty Knitter round loom to make a hat and I just could not get it to work...the hat was too small. I am going to work through some of your tutorials and see if I can figure out what I did wrong. Thanks for the great lens.

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      Pam Irie 

      6 years ago from Land of Aloha

      Going to break down and try one of these knifty knitters before this year is over, for sure. :)

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      lasertek lm 

      6 years ago

      My mother will surely love these looms. Thanks for sharing.

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      tq01089 

      6 years ago

      looks great for kids

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      Africanos 

      6 years ago

      These are a lot easier to use then my grandmothers vintage knitting machine from 1959.

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      Merstarr 

      6 years ago

      So cool :) Definitely want one of these!

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      curious0927 

      6 years ago

      I'm back and still love this lens!

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      Annamadagan 

      6 years ago

      Awesome lens! I love knitting with the Knifty knitter set!! Great work.

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      Edutopia 

      6 years ago

      Interesting lens, my girlfriend has really gotten into knitting and crocheting recently and this is all real useful stuff for her.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      Hi I need help just finished a cowl on the yellow loom did basic stitch with bulky yarn but now how do i cast off so it will be stretchy thanks

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      RecordLady 

      6 years ago

      This really looks interesting. Will have to try it out.

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      Showpup LM 

      6 years ago

      I've long been intrigued with the knifty knitter looms. I'm going to have to seriously invest in one in the near future so I can get to playing with it!!

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      There are double long looms. Are there double round looms?

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      Hi, I just bought the round loom set and took a look at the largest one (11.5 inches) and was wondering...what in the world could be made with is this one? LOL. What ever it is, I will have to enjoy it...any suggestions? TY

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      hsschulte 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: Copy and paste this into your browser.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSsx_J4OTHA

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      How do you do a whip stitch? I really need to find out!! I've googled, but I can't seem to find adequate instructions.

      Thanks a bunch!

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      earthybirthymum 

      6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      I have a long Knifty Knitter, but I've never used it. Still in the package, 5 years later. You've inspired me to pull it out.

      Cheers

      Grace

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      Loretta 

      6 years ago from United States

      I keep seeing these and I really want to try them out! I can't knit with knitting needles to save my life, the whole two needle thing throws my brain all out of whack! LOL

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      ZCademy 

      6 years ago from Northeast North America, Earth

      Thanks for your lens! My almost 11 year old son wants knitting frame for his birthday gift, and I'm trying to figure out which set to get. It would be great if you mentioned the gauge the frames knit to, because I want to get him a frame set that knits wo about 5 sts per inch (worsted weight).

      --Liz, author of many "two needle" knitting lenses

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      hsschulte 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: Brianna,

      You use a whip stitch to connect knit. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSsx_J4OTHA

      ~HSSchulte

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      Can someone PLEASE tell me how to make a baby blanket? I just need to know how to sew the panels together in the simplest way possible. I have googled every possible phrase and searched through countless YouTube videos and found no answers to this simple question. If I had the patience to crochet I would but that unfortunately is a virtue I was not blessed with. PLEASE HELP ME :/

      Thanks, Brianna

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      hsschulte 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: If she wants to knit squares and then connect them (like crocheted granny squares), this video is good: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlVu9yAw3Ko

      Honeycomb panels sewn together are my personal favorite. You can find those here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyVBuXg3ZFs

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      hsschulte 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Brenda, it is always difficult to figure out the first pattern. It gets easier with each one! When it says "2 strings," it means wrap the loom with two strands of yarn as if they are one. When it says "40 rows back and forth," that means knit all the way around the loom and the reverse direction and knit back the other direction. This is the opposite of knitting in a spiral, or continually around in the same direction. Patterns will instruct you to do one or the other. HTH

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      I am doing a shrug, my first project on the Knifty Knitter. The very rough pattern I have says 2 strings 40 rows Backand Forth What does that mean, hoe do I do it?

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      ScareYouDiva 

      6 years ago

      I'm so glad to see these coming back. They were all the rage when I was a kid but then they just disappeared.

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      jenvogie 

      6 years ago

      I love the multicolored scarf; very pretty. I like to try different projects with my knifty knitter; I've made a purse, leg warmers, a couple shawls, and scrunchies along with a variety of hats and scarves.

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      My mother does not have a computer so I've been copying instructions for the knifty knitter looms because she wants to make an afghan and the instructions did not come with the looms. She needs to watch it on a video because reading it is just not working. Do you have beginners video for making afghans? Please help

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      Laniann 

      7 years ago

      I like the Knifty Knitter Long Knitting Looms. I had a Knifty Knitter of sorts when I was

      younger. They are great for children interested in knitting. Good video showing how to bind off your project from a knitting loom.

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      hsschulte 

      7 years ago

      @anonymous: Marjorie,

      I just tie a square knot.

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      I'm making a scarf on the knifty knitter long blue loom, and I've ran out of yarn before completing my project. How do you connect another skein of yarn?

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      I have always wanted to try one of these since I don't do well with knitting needles. I can make a scarf and that's about it. Thanks for the information. I just might give it a try.

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      sukkran trichy 

      7 years ago from Trichy/Tamil Nadu

      lovely tutorial for knifty knitter looms. nicely done. ~blessed~

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      norma-holt 

      7 years ago

      This is a very good information lens on a nice subject, top marks

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      ElizabethJeanAl 

      7 years ago

      I don't knit but I think I could handle this.

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      I recently purchased the knifty knitter circle loom set of 4.. I was trying to find patterns for making hot pads on the round looms and cannot find them anywhere.. I remember making these as a child. They were very simple to make and quick too.. Does anyone have any idea where I can find a pattern for this.. I do not knit or crochet but i loved making these hot pads as a child and would like to teach my children also

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      Philippians468 

      7 years ago

      the looms really make knitting fun and easy! thank you for sharing! cheers

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      hsschulte 

      7 years ago

      @anonymous: Certainly. Glad I could help. Let me know how you like your Knifty Knitter looms.

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      @hsschulte: That is it! Thanks so much!

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      hsschulte 

      7 years ago

      @anonymous: Barb, look here: https://hubpages.com/art/-free-hat-patterns-for-th... There is a link to a flap hat pattern at the bottom.

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      I bought a Knifty Knitter Round loom set specifically for the hat on the box. The directions included are for a basic hat. The hat on the box has ear flaps that can tie under the chin.

      I looked on their website, and didn't find instructions to help me, wrote to them, and they sent me a link to this site.

      I can probably use a spool loom to make the ties, then crochet something for the flaps, but it would be guesswork.

      Do you have any ideas where I could find instructions for this?

      Thanks!

      Barb

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      hsschulte 

      7 years ago

      @anonymous: Joy,

      Provo Craft, the manufacturer of Knifty Knitter looms, doesn't currently make an "s" loom to my knowledge, but here are some "s" looms that I have seen: http://www.cindwoodcrafts.com/catalog.php?type=0&a...

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      I am looking for a knifty knitter loom that looks like "s"figures to make an adult afghan w

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      hsschulte 

      7 years ago

      @Craftybegonia: Crafty,

      The ewrap and the no wrap are the least "holey" of all the stitches. They have a tight weave with only one yarn. If you are doing a ribbed stitch, honeycomb stitch, etc., you really need to use two yarns as one to cut down on the space in the finished knit.

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      Craftybegonia 

      7 years ago

      My mom bought a whole set of those looms, what do you do about the holey quality of the knitted fabric? Do you always have to use things 2-ply?

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      ewguru lm 

      7 years ago

      so much to knit so little time

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      hsschulte 

      7 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Misty,

      When you finish your last row of one-over-two stitches, you will have two loops on each peg of the loom. Before moving to your next stitch, one-over-one, you simply don't wrap the loom before knitting off the first row. With the two loops that are already on each peg, bring the bottom loop over the top and off the peg (one over one).

      Hope you are enjoying knitting with your knifty knitter looms!

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      I am trying to make the afghan shawl with my long loom and it goes from a tube knit one-over-two to decrease to a ribbed one-over-one. I not sure how to decrease that from two to one if you can help that would be great thanks.

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      hsschulte 

      7 years ago

      @anonymous: Pushing the loops down on the pegs can help. I make a habit of doing this until I'm ready to knit off. You may also consider wrapping slightly tighter. Be careful not to wrap too tightly or you will have difficulty removing the loops.

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      ChemKnitsBlog2 

      7 years ago

      This is really a fantastic reference for people who want to learn to knit but are intimidated by the needles and keeping track of stitches. I visited this lens my first day on Squidoo, and now I'm back to bless it!

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      When using the long Knifty Knitting Loom, I get frustrated because the loops keep unwrapping off of the pegs. What am I doing wrong?

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      ChemKnitsBlog2 

      7 years ago

      Have you ever seen the looms that you crank and they knit for you? You are really limited in what you can make, but cranking scarves out like that is crazy.

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      hsschulte 

      7 years ago

      @AmogaLaxmi: AmogaLaxmi,

      You can get them at Amazon.com. There are links above to the looms for sale at Amazon. I guess I didn't make them stand out enough. I'll work on that today. :) Thanks for the feedback.

      ~HSSchulte

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      AmogaLaxmi 

      7 years ago

      where can i find a knitting loom?

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      Jeanette 

      7 years ago from Australia

      This looks great! A very helpful lens.

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      I used the pink long loom to make a scarf. I used the circular knit using the last pegs. This is my first project and I can not figure out how to cast off. Hope you can help

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