ArtsAutosBooksBusinessEducationEntertainmentFamilyFashionFoodGamesGenderHealthHolidaysHomeHubPagesPersonal FinancePetsPoliticsReligionSportsTechnologyTravel

Free Knifty Knitter Round Loom Patterns

Updated on September 12, 2014

Free Patterns for the Knifty Knitter Round Looms

You will be amazed at what you can knit on a round loom. Of course, they are perfect for knitting hats and socks, but did you know that you can create flat pieces of knit for blankets and scarves on a round loom too?

Here is a collection of the best free patterns online for knitting on a round Knifty Knitter loom. These are also sometimes referred to as circle looms.

Photo by HSSchulte

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

I get email all the time from loom knitters that are frustrated because they made a hat on a specific color loom, the blue loom for example. and it doesn't fit. If your pattern calls for the Knifty Knitter blue loom, don't use the Boye blue loom and expect it to work. The colors and sizes are not interchangeable between brands.

 

Buy the Round Loom Set at Amazon

You can buy the entire set of 4 round looms at Amazon.com. The Knifty Knitter looms by Provo Craft are shown here. The smallest loom is blue and is 5 1/4 inches. The medium loom is red and is 7 1/4 inches. The large loom is green and is 9 1/4 inches. The extra large loom is yellow and is 11 1/4 inches.

Free Hat Pattern for the Knifty Knitter Round Loom
Free Hat Pattern for the Knifty Knitter Round Loom

Free Hat Pattern

for the Knifty Knitter Round Loom

This free pattern requires 2-3 hours to knit.


Skill Level: Easy

You will need:

*a crochet hook

*a skein of medium weight yarn

*Knifty Knitter hook

*9 inch round Knifty Knitter loom (36 pegs)


Free Knifty Knitter Hat Pattern




Multicolored Hat Pattern for the Round Loom
Multicolored Hat Pattern for the Round Loom

MultiColored Hat for the Round Knifty Knitter Loom

Free Hat Pattern for the Round Knifty Knitter Looms

This free hat pattern requires 2-4 hours to knit. The scarf requires an additional 8 to 11 hours.


Skill Level: Intermediate

You will need:

*a J or K crochet hook

*a skein of Wool Ease yarn in Ranch Red, Burgundy, Spring Green, and Delft Blue

*11 inch Knifty Knitter round loom

*a yarn needle


Free Hat and Scarf Pattern for the Knifty Knitter

Free Old Glory Blanket Pattern for the Knifty Knitter Round Loom
Free Old Glory Blanket Pattern for the Knifty Knitter Round Loom

"Old Glory" Blanket Pattern

For the Knifty Knitter Round Loom

This flag blanket is made by knitting each strip as a separate "panel" of knit. After the stripes are each knitted, they are sewn together.


Skill Level: Intermediate

You will need:

*Knifty Knitter Round Loom with 9 or More Pegs

*Knifty Knitter Hook

*1 Skein of Medium Weight Blue Yarn

*1 Skein of Medium Weight Red Yarn

*1 Skein of Medium Weight White Yarn


Free Old Glory Blanket Pattern

Knifty Knitter Baby Blanket
Knifty Knitter Baby Blanket

Baby Blanket Pattern

Free Pattern for the Knifty Knitter Round Loom

This free pattern says it requires 3-5 hours to knit. It has to be a misprint. If you are new to loom knitting, it will take 50 hours. If you are experienced, it can be done in 30.


Skill Level: Intermediate

You will need:

* Knifty Knitter Round Loom (with at least 31 pegs)

* Knifty Knitter yarn needle

* 4 skeins yellow worsted weight yarn

* 4 skeins blue worsted weight yarn

* 4 skeins pink worsted weight yarn

* 3 skeins white worsted weight yarn

* Ribbon: white 1/4" or 1/2" ribbon


Free Knifty Knitter Baby Blanket Pattern

Round Loom Mitten Pattern
Round Loom Mitten Pattern

Adult or Child Mitten Pattern for the Round Loom

Free Mitten Pattern for the 5 Inch Round Loom

This mitten pattern can be adapted to fit an adult through a child. It requires 3-5 hours to knit the mittens.


Skill Level: Intermediate

You will need:

*Knifty Knitter Hook

*4 Ply Worsted Weight Yarn

*5 inch Knifty Knitter Round Loom (usually blue)

*a Yarn Needle


Free Mitten Pattern

Rib Stitched Hats
Rib Stitched Hats

Rib Stitched Stocking Cap

Free Pattern for the 9 Inch Round Loom

These hats are made with the ribbed stitch, giving them a little more stretch.


Skill Level: Intermediate

You will need:

*Knifty Knitter 9 inch Round Loom

*Knifty Knitter Hook

*1 Skein of Worsted Weight Yarn

*Yarn Needle


Free Ribbed Stitch Hat Pattern

fun fur scarf
fun fur scarf

Fun Fur Versatile Scarf

Free Pattern for the Round Loom

Most scarves take about 8 hours to knit. This one takes a little longer at 12-15 hours. You will also need the ability to make simple crochet stitches like the chain stitch and single crochet stitch. The outcome is a beautiful and versatile furry scarf.


Skill Level: Easy

You will need:

*Knifty Knitter 9 Inch Round Loom (green) or the 11 inch Round Loom (yellow)

*3 Skeins Fun Fur Yarn

*Knifty Knitter Hook

*K Crochet Hook


Fun Fur Scarf

eBay Auction for Knifty Knitter Looms

The looms can be difficult to find in local stores, but they are readily available online at eBay and Amazon. Here you can buy the round loom set at eBay, auction style, at the lowest prices.

Pumpkins for the Looms
Pumpkins for the Looms

Knifty Knitter Pumpkin Pattern

by Clelle Gustin

These pumpkins can be made on any of the round looms. The size of the loom determines the finished size of the pumpkin. The smallest pumpkin in the photo was done on the 5 inch blue round Knifty Knitter loom. The red, green and yellow looms can also be used to make larger pumpkins. This makes a cute fall craft. Paired with the spider pattern for the yellow round loom, it is a perfect Halloween knitting project too.

Skill Level: Beginner

You will need:

* Knifty Knitter hook

* Worsted weight orange yarn

* Knifty Knitter round loom (any size)

* Polyfill

Pumpkin Knifty Knitter Craft Pattern

flag decoration
flag decoration

Flag Decoration Pattern for the Round Loom Set

by Kathy Underwood and Provo Craft

This flag décor is perfect for the Fourth of July, President's Day, Veteran's Day, or any other holiday with a patriotic U.S. theme. It's knitted with 3 of the round looms from the Knifty Knitter round loom set, including the green, red, and blue looms. It is knitted working from the bottom to the top. It uses the one-over-two stitch.

Skill Level: Intermediate

You will need:

* Knifty Knitter Green Round Loom

* Knifty Knitter Red Round Loom

* Knifty Knitter Blue Round Loom

* Knifty Knitter Hook

* Yarn Needle

* Star - Approximately 1.5 Inches

* 18 oz. Red Yarn

* 18 oz. White Yarn

* 18 oz. Blue Yarn

* Dowel Wood Base

Flag Decoration Pattern for the Round Loom Set

Knifty Knitter Round Loom Hat with Brim
Knifty Knitter Round Loom Hat with Brim

Easy Brim Hat

Free Pattern for the 9 Inch Knifty Knitter Round Loom

This is a simple pattern that works well on the Knifty Knitter large, green, round loom, or the extra large, yellow, round loom. The green loom hats will be the right size for an older child, approximately 10 and up, or a small adult. For larger adults, use the yellow loom. The hat shown here was knitted with two strands of yarn held as one in the color fleck. It is a common variation to change the yarn color after the brim to make a multi-color hat. A pom pom can be added easily to the top of this hat.

Skill Level: Easy

You will need:

*Knifty Knitter Green Round Loom (for kids and small adults) or Yellow Round Loom (for Large adults)

*Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in "Fleck" or other color of choice

*Knifty Knitter Hook

*Yarn needle

Basic Hat with Brim

(Watch the Video Instructions)

Sachet Pattern for Knifty Knitter
Sachet Pattern for Knifty Knitter

Sachet Pattern

Free Pattern for the 5 Inch Round Loom

This sachet is knitted on the smallest round loom, which is blue. It can be finished quickly. Filled with potpourri it makes nice bathroom décor.

Skill Level: Easy

You will need:

*Knifty Knitter Blue Round Loom

*Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in color of choice

*Knifty Knitter Hook

*Yarn needle

Sachet Pattern

Vote for Your Favorite Round Loom Pattern

What's Your Favorite Round Loom Pattern

See results

Purl Stitch on a Round Loom

Questions or Comments on the Round Loom Patterns? - Leave them HERE!

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    • profile image

      Oliversbabycarecouk 6 years ago

      these look fab, a must try

    • SheGetsCreative profile image

      Angela F 6 years ago from Seattle, WA

      Nice selections of loom patterns!

    • Scarlettohairy profile image

      Peggy Hazelwood 5 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      That's amazing that all of those things can be made on a round loom. Nice!

    • profile image

      andradar 5 years ago

      Nice lens! Look interesting! I would like to try!

    • MartieG profile image

      MartieG aka 'survivoryea' 5 years ago from Jersey Shore

      Looks like something I could do (as a novice knitter!) good lens!

    • JoyfulReviewer profile image

      JoyfulReviewer 5 years ago

      Thanks for the ideas and info. Love the flag and snowman patterns.

    • Blackspaniel1 profile image

      Blackspaniel1 5 years ago

      Nice lens.

    • profile image

      anonymous 5 years ago

      I think I was at Joanne's when I saw a 'tear off' sheet for a dog sweater on a Knifty Knitter' I lost mine and haven't been able to locate a dog loom pattern since.

      I have both round and long KK's.

    • profile image

      webmavern 4 years ago

      I like to knit but I'm not very experienced, maybe I'll try knitting with a round loom. Thanks for the patterns and ideas!

    • profile image

      anonymous 3 years ago

      The links only take me to a cricut spam page

    • profile image

      anonymous 3 years ago

      Provocraft no longer supports the Knifty Knitter patterns. They've done away with it to focus on cricut!

    • profile image

      charlene-hamrickking 3 years ago

      Would like to make leg warmers with mu Knifty Knitter. Any one have any suggestions on finishing the ends.

    • profile image

      charlotte-hollandamodeo 3 years ago

      Link does not work for mittens - take you to circuit cutter instead.

    • profile image

      jennifer-lynn-161446 3 years ago

      Why does every link take me to the Cricut page?

    • profile image

      sethandressen 3 years ago

      These are great. Knitting mittens is a fun thing to indulge in every winter.

    • hsschulte profile image
      Author

      hsschulte 3 years ago

      @sethandressen: Yes, I love making mittens. Thanks for visiting!

    • hsschulte profile image
      Author

      hsschulte 3 years ago

      @jennifer-lynn-161446: Hi Jennifer,

      Provo Craft used to have many of these patterns on their website, but when they stopped being a distributor of the looms, they removed the patterns. I am working hard to update all the pattern links, so you will be able to view them again. It is taking me a while to get it done. I appreciate your patience.

    • hsschulte profile image
      Author

      hsschulte 3 years ago

      @charlotte-hollandamodeo: The link for the mittens is work now. It's been updated.

    • hsschulte profile image
      Author

      hsschulte 3 years ago

      @charlene-hamrickking: I recommend that you do not use a crochet cast off, but sew through instead. It's my experience that crocheting the edges prevents them from stretching as desired.

    • hsschulte profile image
      Author

      hsschulte 3 years ago

      @anonymous: Yes, It's very sad. :(

    • hsschulte profile image
      Author

      hsschulte 3 years ago

      @anonymous: It isn't a "spam" page. It's the cricut homepage. They no longer carry Knifty Knitter products.

    • hsschulte profile image
      Author

      hsschulte 3 years ago

      @webmavern: Great idea! I think the round looms are the easiest to start with.

    • hsschulte profile image
      Author

      hsschulte 3 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Susan. This may work for your needs: http://www.scribd.com/doc/6332607/sockdogsweater1

    • teelover profile image

      teelover 3 years ago

      Great selection!

    • profile image

      Pedro 2 years ago

      Martina, I love this little shawl, but, I deaolnwdod the directions in English (I speakno German, sorry) but I feel something is missing. I do not see directions to expand the pattern. Could it be that something is lost in translation I am an intermediate knitter, soI should be able to do this. Can you help? Thank you so much.

    • profile image

      Leonardo 2 years ago

      "There are fundamental pyhaicsl limits to how small we can make transistors, which we're now reaching."I don't see that as a completely insurmountable problem. The human brain is 3-dimensional, not 2-dimensional."Of course, we could always just go quad-core or octo-core and so on, building bigger rather than smaller, but that will reach a limit also: I don't think most will want to have refrigerator-sized computers in their homes."Maybe not refrigerator-sized, but I sure wouldn't mind a robot that weighed a couple hundred pounds, of which 50 pounds was brain."But the bigger issue that you're missing is that our software is nowhere close to reaching artificial intelligence, even with all that hardware at our disposal."I think Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter would beg to differ. As would many of the of the owners of an Apple iPhone 4s. "The best we can do currently is domain-specific "intelligence," such as a computer that beats Kasparov at chess or dominates the Jeopardy champs. Try to get that same computer to do customer service with random customers at a bank desk and it fails regularly."Yes, intelligence is currently domain-specific. But the number of domains are increasing all the time (e.g., the Apple iPhone 4s).And computers are currently too expensive to compete with tellers. But I can easily see the day when computers are far, far better than human tellers. I think the last time I actually dealt with a human teller was more than a year ago. (Which tends to show that human tellers aren't all that big a deal already.) But as I recall, if I presented them with a signed check, my bank's tellers would give me cash...without checking my driver's license. I can easily see how a computer teller could not only check all the driver's licenses of their customers to check if I was the person on the check, but the computer teller could actually check the handwriting of the check against my handwritten signature for when I opened the account.Creationists have long complained that evolution could not be true, because this or that missing link had never been discovered. Then when the missing link is discovered, they switch to another missing link.The same basic thing is happening with people who say computers will never have intelligence equivalent to humans, or that such intelligence is impossibly far in the future.Experts like Ray Kurzweil and Hans Moravec disagree (although Kurzweil's predictions see human-equivalent intelligence happening slightly sooner tha Moravec's). But assuming that a computers (costing several thousand dollars) become roughly comparable to human intelligence in the next few decades, economic growth will skyrocket.As Julian Simon correctly noted, human brains are the ultimate source of economic growth. I'll stand by my predictions. P.S. If you know any economists who have made long-term predictions of world per-capita GDP who are willing to challenge my predictions, please let me know.

    • profile image

      gloria 23 months ago

      do they have patterns for knitting a purse

    • profile image

      Kelly 17 months ago

      No dog sweaters?? No men's beanie.

    • profile image

      Ioana Gelea 15 months ago

      Care este numărul maxim de ochi?

    • profile image

      arbranson@cox.net 15 months ago

      I want to buy just the single round loop with 36 pegs, but can't find a price for a single loom. The hats I make with looms I donate to the cancer patients at the local Hospital. Last year I added the fun fur and WOW, did they go for those. Makes the hats look so dressy for the ladies. Thanks for your help.

    Click to Rate This Article