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How to Loom Knit a Flower

Updated on August 12, 2013

The Flat Hat Flower is a Different Flower

Here is a Different kind of Loom Knit Flower. It's easy to make, no patterns, no counting and there is a cool story to boot.

I've seen the usual Knifty Knitter Flower Loom flower. I must say that I Really like it a lot and I find it easy to make. This tutorial however, is not about that flower. My plan is to teach how to make the Flat Hat Flower. I think you will like it as a nice spin on the norm.

I created a video for you visual learners like me. Hope you like it.

An added plus is that if you don't know how to loom knit at all this is a easy project to get you comfortable and ready to Loom Knit a Hat


Loom Knit Flower: Supplies

1. Knifty Knitter Flower Loom

2. A Hook

3. Yarn

4. Scissors

5. Yarn Needle

Loom Flower- Sorta- Kinda Pattern - More like Suggested Instructions

For Beginners : PLEASE just watch the video.. much easier.

  1. E-wrap about 8 rows - Take the first row you knitted, fold it up and place it on the pegs to make the brim- The Brim is the outside of your flower
  2. E-warp about another 3 times to make the center
  3. Close the little hat
  4. Flatten the hat to make the flower - time to adorn it however you wish (I like buttons)

The Video

Youtube user name: Mission BoundCreation

How to Loom Knit a Flower - Using the Knifty Knitter Flower Loom

The Flat Hat Flower Story

I had started looming and had only made 1 hat. I thought I would make a little hat and started knitting on the flower loom. When I discovered that the loom was MUCH SMALLER then I really want. In my fustration I flatten the hat to put it away. I noticed that it looked like a flower - so I put a button on it and Taa Daa - the Flat Hat Flower

Loopy Flower - vs - the Flat Hat Flower

Which do you prefer?

Try Loom Knitting Booties - Very Easy!

Loom Knit a Doll Dress - Another Project You Can Make with the Flower Loom

Loom Knit a Doll

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      10 months ago

      These are adorable little flowers! They look so much better than the common loom flower. Will be making these to attach to hats and headbands from now on! Thank you for the video.

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      6 years ago

      I may try this. They are unique. I haven't experimented with my knitting loom much. Need to.


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