Knifty Knitter Instructions PDF for Round, Long and Rectangular Loom

Knifty Knitter Instructions PDF

Knifty Knitter Instructions PDF

If you’re as create-fully mess as I am you loose things. If one of those things is the instruction booklet for your looms don’t panic I have the Knifty Knitter Instructions PDF right here for you. With a simple click on your keyboard you can download the original little manual for the round, rectangular or long loom and keep it forever. Just remember to back-up when you update your computer

By the way,  the instructions will work for the Darice, Boye, or Loops &Threads or just about any commercially available loom. Most of these have very few variants. They all are just about the same size and have the same number of pegs. Give or take a peg.


NOTE: This is NOT a list of patterns. If you want a list of FREE patterns : Click Here

Knifty Knitter Instructions PDFSelect Your Looms: Click the Link for a PDF

For the Round Loom: Click for PDF

For the Long Loom: Click for PDF

For the Rectangular Loom: Click for PDF




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Knifty Knitter Instructions PDFThe Knifty Knitter by Provo Craft is one of my favorite brands of Looms. I know that a lot of the local stores including Walmart doesn’t carry it anymore but they’re still available online. You can get them on Amazon and eBay. Check out the links on the sidebars of the homepage for great deals.

If you have looked for the Provo list of projects for the Knifty Knitter click the picture on the left for a link to those lost FREE Patterns. One of my readers was nice enough to give me this link. ENJOY


For my lovely reader Helen who asked for this, I hope I helped.

If you have any comments or questions please leave those at the bottom of the page in the Comment Section.


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Comments: 9

  1. Linda Read November 6, 2016 at 3:34 pm

    Can you felt a hat made with wool from the knifty knitter?

    • Denise Canela November 8, 2016 at 8:27 pm

      Hi Linda – thanks for the question. Felting is a technique you do on a finished project and the tool used to create the fabric has no bearing on that technique.

      Hope that helps,

  2. Kathy September 30, 2016 at 10:10 am

    I have arthritis in my hands and wrists and love to crochet. As a result of the disease process, I cannot hold a crochet hook. Knifty Knitter has been the answer! I haven’t tried all of the looms yet, and am learning the different kinds of stitches. It’s all good now! Thank you!

    • Denise Canela October 6, 2016 at 11:55 am

      Hi Kathy – I can so relate KK has been the answer to knittig with ADD ! Hey have you tried adding a rubber grip to your hook? Click HERE

  3. Beth November 1, 2015 at 11:24 am

    You PDF link does not work.

  4. Eileen September 9, 2014 at 11:40 pm

    Thanks for posting those PDF files and for this Blog. I’m just learning loom knitting and your site have been a great help to me and I’m sure others. Completed the rubber band thing from your site for my loom pick. It makes looming easier on my hand. Thanks again.

    • Denise Canela September 10, 2014 at 6:29 am

      Thanks for the Thanks Eileen. Glad I could help.
      denise 🙂

    • penny November 18, 2014 at 1:15 am

      Eileen how are you doing with your loom knitting. I bought a set a while back and enjoyed it for a while. I want to get back into it though. I am going to take the largest ring and make a Cowl with it. I think that will work out???? any help would be greatful.

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