Loom Knit the Basic Basket Weave Scarf
The basic basket weave scarf is great pattern for a quick and easy gift. If you start early you can finish the project in a day. What I like the most about it is that the stitch is unisex so you can make a matching set for a cute couple. One more thing to consider is the fact that the stitch is reversible. How cool is that?
Gift Card Holder Pattern Video
The gift card holder is a pattern I will use many times over. Great for the holidays. You can attach them to your Christmas tree, use them as stockings, hide little Hanukkah gifts, use them as jewelry bags, well the list is endless.
I designed 5 different patterns but only filmed a video for the girl bear. I took a poll on my Patreon page and my super friends voted for Ms. Teddy so here you have it. Scroll to the bottom for the step by step video tutorial.
Avoid Knitting Ladders on Your Loom Knit Hat
A few of my followers have asked me to show them how to avoid knitting ladders. Ladders happen when you have stitches that are more loose than the rest of the fabric. They cause an ugly seam down your hat. After finding these on a hat you’ve been working on for several hours is very disappointing.
Waffle Rib Stitch Free Pattern and Video
The waffle rib stitch on a knitting loom. I love the fact that it is super easy. You only need to know how to knit and purl. This is a great unisex pattern for a nice fitting beanie hat or a textured dishcloth.
Below is a step by step video tutorial. I’m also so happy to introduce two amazing sponsors who have agreed to buy for the closed captioning on this video. Please support them by visiting their websites; PromiselearningAtl.com and ShantiStyledMe.com.
Loom Knit a Case for Your Pencils or Glasses
A case is a quick and easy project with many uses. My favorite is as gift for a someone with really cool glasses or filled with some extra special pencils. I’m sure you guys can think of many more uses. Either way the best part is that you can make it out of scarp yarn and your trusty small loom. Everybody that know me knows I love that 24-peg loom.
The the step by step pattern video is below. Enjoy this project and let me know what you think.
How to Knit a Swatch on a Loom
First let’s define the word swatch. According to google, it’s a small sample of fabric intended to demonstrate a larger piece. In short terms it’s a test run. This means that you knit a swatch to answer a lot of those questions you have about a pending project like what’s the right stitch, the right loom, the right yarn, how many pegs and how many rows will I need.
Let me give you a few more good reasons why you should knit a swatch and how to make one. ( Read More )…
Caterpillar Stitch Free Pattern and Video
The caterpillar stitch is AN easy to do, knit and purl combination stitch. The bumpy caterpillar makes it great for a washcloth or dishcloth project. Hope you guys like this one as much as I do.
I always try to give a video for all my patterns, even the really easy ones. In this case it is only for the flat version. The round version of the pattern is in the printable PDF.
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Loom Knit Little Cupcake Skirt Dolls Pattern Video
I’ve been wanting to add another doll to my collection for a while now. The Tiny Dolls pattern was so much fun and everyone seemed to have enjoyed knitting little Jelly Bean so I figured I would give him a big sister. Cupcake is similar to Jelly Bean with a few key changes like the cupcake inspired skirt and of course the hair.
For those of you that like written patterns, the downloadable PDF is available for purchase in my store. Non-the-less, the video is enough information to help you create the little doll without the need for the written project.
Rambler Stitch Pattern for any Knitting Loom
The rambler stitch is a very easy pattern. I will guide you through your knits and purls to create a fabric that works great for any project. Doesn’t matter if its a baby boys blanket or your mom’s sweater, this stitch looks so beautifully textured.
The pattern video is less then 5 minutes long. I love short videos !
Everything You Need to Loom Knit for Under $25.00
Several of my followers have asked me to give them a supply list for loom knitting beginners. I having been answering these friends one by one. Since then I’ve come to the conclusion that even those that have knit for a bit might find this information useful.
Too many people start off with what I consider to be the wrong looms for beginners and even for advanced beginners. Below is a list of the top 5 tools you must have for under $25.00.
Doll Hair Technique Quick Video Tutorial
I love big hair on my dolls, in fact the puffier the better. If you’re like me then I have a great video tutorial for you. It’s quick and easy just 5 minutes and you’re off to make your knit doll look fabulous.
By the way, this is an excellent way to recycle yarn scarps. First you use some to stuff the doll then use the rest for awesome wild hair. I love it when nothing is wasted.
Note that you don’t need any experience and you can do this any knit doll new or previously knitted. One thing I do want you to keep in mind is that although the video is quick the project is not. Personally I found the task therapeutic.
Color Match Your Thread and Your Yarn
Color match thread to ANY yarn . It doesn’t matter how crazy, custom or discontinued, there is thread that matches your yarn perfectly.
I was knitting my new doll pattern which calls for a tiny button on the top. I needed thread instead of yarn because the button holes were so tiny. Well the yarn was out of the question but I did want the thread used to sew the button to match the yarn exactly,
I discovered the perfect hack and you already have the supplies needed to accomplish this little trick.
Textured Tiles Stitch on the Knitting Loom
Textured tiles is another great unisex stitch pattern. I seriously intend to use it for a nice manly scarf. I believe it looks bold and elegant on any wearable. But my first project will be a washcloth. Stay tuned for that pattern.
I also like the fact that you’re only using the knit and purl. Nothing elaborate or complicated. Keep in mind that like many of my stitch patterns it works best with a solid colored yarn and a small gauge loom.