Loom Knit Flower Pattern
Loom Knit the Scarlett Flower named after one of my favorite loom knitting designers Scarlett Royal. It’s a very textured piece that works well alone but if you want to add character and drama to anything, this will do the job.
While watching Scarlett’s YouTube video for her Bonnie Bonnet pattern I learned an awesome little technique. I thought it would work nicely for making petals on flowers. I believe I was right. You tell me. Below is a FREE written pattern and step by step video tutorial.
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Loom: Any Small Loom. 24-peg Knifty Knitter used for the samples.
Yarn: About 20 yards of worsted weight – Scarp yarn used for the sample
Hook: Any Loom Hook. Knifty Knitter with a Grip used to knit the sample
Stitch Marker: Any – If you don’t have use bobby pins
EWC = e-Wrap Chain. To do this just e-Wrap and knit-off the same peg the number of times indicated after the EWC.
Row 1: Knit
Row 2: Knit 1 (EWC 10), Move Loop Over, Remount First Loop, Repeat Until the Last Peg
Row 3: Knit
Row 4: Knit 2 (EWC 10), Move Loop Over, Remount First Loop, Repeat Until the Last Peg, Knit 1
Row 5: Knit
Row 6: Knit 1 (EWC 10), Move Loop Over, Remount First Loop, Repeat Until the Last Peg
Row 7: Knit
Note : To make the Scarlett Flower larger just repeat Rows 4 and 5 or do more EWC
Please watch the video completely before attempting the project. This will make it much easier to understand and finish the pattern.
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