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Knifty Knitter Stocking Cap Patterns

Updated on February 11, 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!

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Round Loom Cast On for a Stocking Cap
Round Loom Cast On for a Stocking Cap | Source

Stocking Cap Patterns for the Knifty Knitter Looms

To make a stocking cap on a round loom, you follow these basic instructions:

1. Cast on to the looms by wrapping once around each peg. When you wrap a peg, go around it with the yarn crossing inside the loom.

2. Wrap a second row and knit by using the hook to pull the bottom loop on each peg up over the loop above it and release it off the top of the peg. When you are finished there will be only one loop left on each peg.

3. Wrap another row and knit again until your knit reaches approximately 30 rows.

4. Cut the working yarn to 2 feet and thread it through a yarn needle. Remove the stocking cap from the loom by sewing through the loop on each peg and lifting it off the loom.

5. Pull the yarn tight to cinch it together for the top of the hat.

I've collected lots of stocking cap patterns for the Knifty Knitter looms right here on this page to make them easier for you to find. Each time I find a new stocking cap pattern for these looms, I add it here, so the list just keeps growing. Bookmark this page and check back often. I hope you enjoy them.

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Knifty Knitter Stocking Cap Pattern
Knifty Knitter Stocking Cap Pattern | Source

Stocking Cap Pattern with Brim

Knifty Knitter Stocking Cap Pattern for the Green Loom

This is a thick hat with the bottom doubled up to form a brim. If you are new to loom knitting, this basic pattern can help you master not only the brims on stocking caps, but the same method is used for cuffs of socks and sweaters as well.

Skill Level: Beginner

The materials that you will need are:

  • 9 inch Knifty Knitter round loom (Green)
  • a crochet hook
  • Knifty Knitter hook
  • 2 skeins, or balls, of medium weight yarn.

Knifty Knitter Stocking Cap Video

The Round Loom Set by Knifty Knitter

What Size Loom?

A stocking cap can be knit on any round loom.

For large adults, use the Knifty Knitter yellow loom, or any round loom that is 11 inches across with approximately 41 pegs.

For teens and small adults, use the Knifty Knitter green loom, or any round loom that is 9 inches across and has 36 pegs.

For babies, use the red Knifty Knitter round loom, or similar loom from a Darice or Boye round loom set.

The blue loom in the set, is better for making socks, slippers or gloves than for stocking caps. It is too small, but a stocking cap knitted on the blue loom would fit a small doll.

Beaded Stocking Cap Pattern - for the Red Round Knifty Knitter Loom

If you want to try your hand at working beads into your loom knitting projects, this pattern for a beaded stocking cap from Provo Craft will get you started. The pattern references the instructions for making a stocking cap that comes with the round looms. If you don't have those, you can download them here: "Provo Craft Basic Stocking Cap Pattern."

Skill Level: Intermediate

You will need:

* Red Round Knifty Knitter Loom (Medium)

* Knifty Knitter Hook

* Yarn Needle

* One skein of Lion Brand Jiffy yarn in Pastel Yellow

Beaded Stocking Cap Pattern by Provo Craft

Dinosaur Stocking Cap Pattern - by Telaine

Skill Level: Intermediate

You will need:

*11 inch Knifty Knitter yellow round loom (41 pegs)

*a crochet hook

*Knifty Knitter hook

*Two strands of Vanna White worsted, 1 skein each of main color, orange for scales, white for eyes

Dinosaur Stocking Cap Pattern from Tealaine

Adult Stocking Cap for the Yellow Round Loom Video

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      4 years ago

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      4 years ago

      Wow, your work is beautiful! How long does it take for you to do a tyaipcl project? My stepmum used to weave, (the loom was huge, I think about 6 feet square on the floor, roughly), about she was retired and had way more time than you likely do for this craft.

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      7 years ago

      sooooooooooooooooooooooo cool!


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