Provo Craft Projects just disappeared one day. Poof. Into a cloud of dust. Everybody’s online links broke. Worst of all, no word from the folks at Provo. Just the sound of the wind whistling Circuit ads every time you clicked a link to a Knifty Knitter loom knit pattern. It was so frustrating because I had spent a lot of time going through pages of patterns looking for the round easy patterns. I pasted images and added links and tested them endlessly. When they stopped working I wanted to scream.
But there is a happy ending to this horror story, last week I got the greatest message ever ! ! ! Thanks to our friend SUE I found out that there is one place that has the Provo craft projects including the FREE Knifty Knitter loom patterns. Wow, someone had saved the day. I don’t know how to thank Sue. I hope you guys will take a little time and thank her in our comment section or visit her Tumblr page ( Click Here ) and say hello.
For the answer to the question: Where did the Provo Craft Project Go?
All you have to do is Scroll Down for the links to the webpage or Click Here for my 100 Free Round Loom Patterns by 2014 Page. It includes some but not all the projects because this page focuses on Easy round loom patterns only.
I recommend that you PRINT THEM !
Every one of the patterns you like or think you might like in the future. I am. I refuse to take any more chances.
Maybe I’m traumatized because I really wanted to do the bunny and the poncho and I thought I had lost them for ever that I am creating a binder. This way I’m not married to the online site. Don’t need a computer for the information. Old fashion but reliable.
The idea is to print the pattern, insert them in plastic cover page protectors and then put them in a three hole binder. I might even consider some dividers. Not sure yet what my categories would be. Maybe the same ones I use for the website. For you guys it could something like, Kids, Home, Office, Men, Women, Car, Pets, Toys, Bathroom, Bedroom, Kitchen.. etc.
Another option is a Flash Drive
Nothing fancy. Can hold more patterns than you could ever need for just pennies. They come in a huge array of colors, styles and capacity. I’m a big user of flash drives. Always carry one with me on my key ring. You never know when your friend might have information you want.
You could assign one just to your patterns.
The Provo Craft Project Links
If you discover that there is a project you really loved but is not listed anymore post a question in the comment section. It doesn’t have to be a Provo Craft project, it can be any pattern. Maybe someone will help you find it. I’m a big believer in asking for help. Had I not, I would have lost these FREE patterns forever. That would have been SAD, Sad, sad.
I was very upset when all my local craft stores stopped carrying the brand. Walmart now has the Boye Loom which I am not a fan of using and Michaels now mostly carries their generic brand which is great. The Best Buy in Knifty Knitter loom sets is the one that includes 2 Looms, the Flower Loom and the Long Loom.
Click the picture below for more Free Patterns