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Knifty Knitter Blue Long Loom Patterns

Updated on February 6, 2018
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I love to share my favorite patterns on the web for people out there who like making things as much as I do!

Blue Long Loom

Knifty Knitter Blue Long Loom
Knifty Knitter Blue Long Loom | Source

Free Knifty Knitter Blue Long Loom Patterns

This is the longest Knifty Knitter brand loom currently made. I use it often for making blankets. It measures 22 inches long. I use it to knit both single panel knit (along one rake) and double panel knit (back and forth between both rakes). You can also knit around this loom in a continuous spiral to make a very large tube to make bags. There are patterns below for shawls and vests too.

Infant Blanket Pattern - Free Infant Blanket Pattern

Knifty Knitter Baby Blanket Pattern
Knifty Knitter Baby Blanket Pattern | Source

Infant Blanket Pattern for the Blue Long Loom

This infant blanket is made using the fashion stitch. It is done as a double flat panel, so it is heavier than a single panel knit. The blanket calls for 100 knitted rows. Only basic loom knitting skills are required, but crochet skills necessary to add the shell edging to the outside of the blanket. This edging prevents flat panel knit from rolling. The longest blue Knifty Knitter loom is used for this pattern. It is 22 inches long. The finished blanket is 27 inches wide and 45 inches tall. Perfect for laying over an infant car seat, or in a bassinet.

Skill Level: Beginner

You will need:

  • Knifty Knitter hook
  • 2 skeins of medium weight baby yarn (white used here)
  • Blue Long Loom (22 inches)
  • Size H Crochet Hook
  • Ribbon (Optional)

Free Knifty Knitter Infant Blanket Pattern

Receiving Blanket Pattern

Receiving Blanket
Receiving Blanket

Baby Blanket with Single Panel Knit

from Clella Gustin and the Provo Craft Website

This baby blanket is made using the e wrap. It is done as a single flat panel. To knit a single flat panel, you reverse the direction that you are wrapping as you reach the end of your knit. The blanket calls for 100 knitted rows. The finished blanket will measure 27 x 27 inches. Crochet skills are required to add the shell edging to the outside of the blanket. This edging prevents flat panel knit from rolling. (There's some confusion in the subtitle about the loom used, but the pattern is for the long blue loom.)

Skill Level: Intermediate

You will need:

  • Knifty Knitter hook
  • 2 skeins of medium baby weight yarn
  • Blue Long Loom (22 inches)
  • Size H Crochet Hook

Free Knifty Knitter Baby Blanket Pattern

The Long Set from Amazon.com

Knifty Knitter Long Loom Set(1 set of 4 looms)
Knifty Knitter Long Loom Set(1 set of 4 looms)

The 22 inch loom can be purchased by itself, or as part of this set. If you buy it as part of the set of 4, you also get the green 18 inch, the yellow 14 inch and the pink 10 inch loom.

 

Baby Blanket Pattern - for the Knifty Knitters

Double Panel Toddler Blanket

This is my own pattern that I created as a gift. It's a warm and cozy baby or toddler blanket. This pattern would also make a nice throw or lap robe. It is done by knitting 2 very long panels, changing the yarn color halfway down each. The 2 panels are then sewn together to form a checkerboard appearance.

Skill Level: Beginner

You will need:

  • Knifty Knitter hook
  • 4 skeins Deborah Norville Everyday Soft Worsted, Baby Pink
  • 4 skeins Deborah Norville Everyday Soft Worsted, Baby Green
  • 1 Yarn Needle
  • Blue Long Knifty Knitter Loom by Provo Craft (22 inches)
  • 20 feet of Ribbon

Free Knifty Knitter Baby Blanket Pattern

Expandable Purse for the Blue Long Loom

big purple bag
big purple bag | Source

Expandable Purse Pattern

by Clella Gustin and the Provo Craft Website

This expandable purse pattern is made with double panel knit using the eight wrap. The handles of the purse are made using the spool loom. It makes a great shopping bag as well. It is nice and big and holds plenty of stuff. I like to use hand knitted bags not only as purses and shopping totes, but also to organize electronics and camera equipment. You can also use it to carry your knitting supplies!

Skill Level: Intermediate

You will need:

  • Knifty Knitter hook
  • 1 skein Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in Amethyst
  • 1 skein Bernat Disco
  • Blue Long Loom (22 inches)

Expandable Bag Pattern

Quick and Easy Vest

vest for the blue long loom
vest for the blue long loom

Vest Pattern

by Clella Gustin and the Provo Craft Website

This wacky, wild vest pattern will brighten any outfit. It's would be a little confusing for beginners, but if you understand the basics of knitting on looms, you may want to try something different. This vest was made with Lion Brand yarn.

Skill Level: Intermediate

You will need:

  • Knifty Knitter hook
  • 3 skeins Lion Brand Yarn in the color Pastel Garden
  • 1 Yarn Needle
  • Blue Long Loom (22 inches)

Lace Ribbon Vest Pattern

Scarf Pattern

Child's hair scarf
Child's hair scarf

Free Hair Scarf Pattern

from Provo Craft

This is a quick and easy pattern that can easily be done in an evening. It's also perfect for beginners or young girls. The basic e wrap technique is used. Every other peg is skipped and the increase stitch is used in this pattern.


Skill Level: Beginner

You will need:

  • Knifty Knitter Long Green or Blue Loom
  • Knifty Knitter hook
  • Water Wave Yarn by Lion Brand
  • Yarn needle
  • Crochet Hook J or K

Child's Hair Scarf Pattern

How to Make the Double Panel "Fashion Stitch" on a Long Blue Loom

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      Kelly 2 years ago

      The bag that you have listed leads me to a criscut machine

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      BigTim 2 years ago

      Hi, I am using the orange loom and it always bends in the middle of the loom. How do I keep the plastic loom from bending like this? It may not be the Nifty Knitter, but the loom has 30 pairs of pegs.

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

      This loom knitting looks like fun. I should give it a whirl!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Ive made a round scarf and it is stretchy at the end i start with and when I take it off it does not stretch. Does anyone know how to take the scarf off and have the end stretch?

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      Angela F 5 years ago from Seattle, WA

      Every time I see your knifty knitter lenses I'm reminded there's a craft out there I still need to try!

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