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Dec 6, 2018

Little Christmas Stocking… quick knit

The Little Christmas Stocking is the ultimate Christmas quick-knit! The stocking is just the right size for an ornament, an accessory, or a small gift holder. Adjust the length of the leg to fit more whimsical items inside such as wine bottles! The holiday possibilities are endless!

By Ace Beorchia

LOOM: ‘Premium’ Chunky Round Knit Loom, green 24 peg loom

YARN: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick in colors Cilantro (green), Cranberry (red), and Fisherman (cream) used in sample.

MC (leg and sole): Approx 17 yards (27g) chunky weight yarn.  CC1 (hem): Approx 17 yards (27g) chunky weight yarn. CC2 (heel and toe): Approx 9 yards (13g) chunky weight yarn.

NOTIONS:  knitting tool, tapestry needle

GAUGE: 6 sts x 10 rows = 2”

SIZE:  Approx 8” tall x 4” wide

 

ABBREVIATIONS

Approx=approximately  k=knit stitch (May substitute with u-stitch)  st(s)=stitch(es) rnd(s)=round(s)  MC=main color  CC1=contrast color 1  CC2=contrast color 2

INSTRUCTIONS

Cast on 24 sts in CC1. Prepare to work in the round.

Rnds 1-20: k in CC1.

Form hem:  Lift all stitches from the cast on row up onto the loom, one by one, being careful to keep your stitches straight. Pull the bottom stitches over the top stitches to complete the hem.

LEG

Rnds 1-10: k in MC

Note: For a longer stocking leg, knit additional rounds until desired length is achieved.

HEEL

The heel is completed using short-row shaping over 12 pegs in CC2.

Unlike other socks, this pattern does not require a “wrap and turn.” This can result in tiny gaps at the turning point of the heel. Although not necessary for this pattern, use the wrap and turn method if closing the gaps is desired.

Note: Number the pegs on your loom for ease of following the pattern.

Knit from peg 1 to 12. Turn.

Knit from peg 11 to 2. Turn.

Knit from peg 3 to 10. Turn.

Knit from peg 9 to 4. Turn.

Knit from peg 5 to 8. Turn.

Knit from peg 7 to 4. Turn.

Knit from peg 5 to 9. Turn.

Knit from peg 8 to 3. Turn.

Knit from peg 4 to 10. Turn.

Knit from peg 9 to 2. Turn.

Knit from peg 3 to 11. Turn.

Knit from peg 10 to 1. Turn.

FOOT

Rnds 1-11: k in MC

Note: For a longer stocking foot, knit additional rounds until desired length is achieved.

TOE

Repeat instructions for heel in CC2.

Rnd 1: k in CC2

Bind off with basic removal method. Leave enough yarn to sew up the toe.

Turn stocking inside-out. Using the mattress stitch, close the toe by sewing together stitches: 1 & 24, 2 & 23, 3 & 22, etc.… to end of toe (stitches 12 & 13).

This will create a simple seam on the top of the foot of the toe. For a seamless bind off, use the Kitchener Stitch. (http://www.knittingboard.com/kitchener-stitch-page/)

Create a 6” loop (knit I-cord, crocheted chain, yarn, or ribbon) and attach just above the base of the hem on the heel side of the stocking

Weave in all ends.

 

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Nov 30, 2018

Spiral Splendor Beanie

 

Designed by Ace Beorchia

LOOM: ‘Premium’ Chunky Round Knitting Looms (Orange), 48 pegs

YARN:  Approx. 75 yds (120g) of size 6 Super Bulky weight yarn evenly divided between two colors. Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick in colors Grey Marble (color A) and Metropolis (color B) used in sample.

NOTIONS:  knitting tool, tapestry needle

GAUGE: 2×2 ribbing unstretched; 2” = 4 sts x 8 rows

ABBREVIATIONS Approx=approximate  k=knit stitch. May substitute with u-stitch.p=purl stitch st(s)=stitch(es)   rnd(s)=round(s)

 

INSTRUCTIONS

Cast on 48 sts (orange loom), prepare to work in the round.

Rnds 1-7: *p2, k2 in color A; rep from * to end.

Rnds 8-9: *k2 in color A, p2 in color B; rep from * to end

Rnds 10-11: k1 in color A; *p2 in color B, k2 in color A; rep from * 10 times; p2 in color B, k1 in color A.

Rnds 12-13: *p2 in color B, k2 in color A; rep from * to end.

Rnds 14-15: p1 in color B; *k2 in color A, p2 in color B; rep from * 10 times; k2 in color A, p1 in color B.

Rnds 16-23: Rep rnds 8-15.

Rnds 24-25: Rep rnds 8-9.

Rnds 26-31: k in color B to end.

Bind off with gather bind off method.

Weave all ends in.

Attach a pom-pom. (Author recommends a color that contrasts well with color B.)

2 Comments

  • I’m having a lot of fun looming the spiral spender hat but I’m confused on rounds 16-23 . it says to repeat rounds 8 through 13 but that would stop on row 22 I’m confused on what I knit on rounds 22 and 23 .? Thank you for sharing this fun pattern with all of us .

  • Hi Ronda,
    Thank you for pointing this out. It should say, Repeat from 8-15.

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Nov 30, 2018

Spiral Messy Bun Beanie

Designed by Isela Phelps

LOOM: ‘Premium’ Chunky Knit Round Looms (Orange), 48 pegs

YARN:  Approx 70 yds of Super Bulky weight acrylic yarn. Red Heart Evermore in Marsh was used in sample. 89yds (81m); 100g (3.5 oz).

NOTIONS:  knitting tool, tapestry needle

GAUGE: 5.5 sts x 8 rows=2”

SIZE:  Hat fits up to 20” circumference head

 

 

 

ABBREVIATIONS

Approx=approximate  k=knit stitch, may substitute with u-stitch.  p=purl stitch st(s)=stitch(es) rnd(s)=round(s)

INSTRUCTIONS

Cast on 48 sts (orange loom), prepare to work in the round.

Rnd 1-8: *k2, p2; rep from * to end.

Rnd 9: *k3, p1; rep from * to end of rnd.

Rnd 10: k2, p1, *k3, p1; rep from * to last st, k1.

Rnd 11: k1, p1, *k3, p1; rep from * to last 2 sts, k2.

Rnd 12: *p1, k3; rep from * to end of rnd.

Rep Rnds 9-12: until item measures approx 6.5 inches from cast on edge.

Remove all stitches to a piece of scrap yarn.

Place all stitches on the 24 peg knitting loom (the smallest one)—2 stitches per peg.

Knit to end of rnd.

Bind off with basic removal method.

Weave all ends in.

 

 

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Nov 23, 2018

Farrow Hat with versatile brim (Double Knit)

Multi-color hat can be worn with rolled brim, full open brim like a derby, or front brim.  The top fits snugly around the top of the head.  Very warm for cold winter outdoor fun!

 

 

LOOM: ‘Rotating’ Double Knit Loom with 60 Peg Looms Toppers.

YARN:  Sample knit with Malabrigo Mecha Chunky, 100% superwash wool.  Approximately 50 yds of each color needed- 3 colors: Lluvias Blue (B), Volcan gold/brown (V), Plomo Gray (G), with 10 yds of white chunky roving for accent.

NOTIONS:  Knit hook, crochet hook, scissors, darning needle

STITCHES:  Stockinette, Ribbing, b/b weave

SIZE:  Large adult (23-25” head circumference)

 

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS

Cast On with G yarn in stockinette stitch.  Lay anchor yarn of any #5 yarn.

Round 1-2: Stockinette.

Tie on V yarn to first back peg at peg 1 to begin vertical stripes.

Next 10 rounds: Weave the G yarn on every other peg until you get to beginning arrow.  Lay the G yarn down and continue wrapping the empty pegs with the V yarn.

This will create the 2 colors on every other peg, so you will have the stripes running vertically.  Be sure that the yarn colors always fall on the same color for each peg. Cut both yarns with 2-3″ tails.

Add a loop knot of white yarn.  Tie to the yarn tails. Work one rnd of the white yarn in stockinette. Hook over.  Cut and tie. Add B yarn.

Next 8 rounds: Rib stitch with B yarn. Begin on peg 1. Cut and tie B yarn.

Next round: Change to white yarn, work stockinette stitch. Cut and tie.

Next 12 rounds:  Add V yarn at peg 1, work stockinette stitch. Cut and tie.

Next round: Add white yarn, work stockinette stitch.  Cut and tie.

Add the G yarn for top of hat.

Next 5 rounds: With G yarn, stockinette stitch.

HAT TOP AND DECREASE

Decrease row:  Starting at peg 1, both looms, lift loop over to next peg, peg 2, on right, leaving a peg empty. Count 4 pegs to right, starting with peg with double loops.  Lift next loop and move it to right creating another empty peg.  Then count over to right, 4 pegs starting with peg with double loops, and pick up next loop.  Place it on next peg to right; and continue this shift around the loom.  If it seems easier, you can do this on inner loom and then the outer loom as long as the empty pegs are same stitch, and the same amount of pegs are between the double loops.

Now, you should have 12 less pegs with yarn on them, on each loom.

Work all pegs with yarn in b/b weave.  This means to wrap each stitch front to back, going straight across.  Work all pegs in this manner, skipping the empty pegs.  Hook over all stitches; pick up both loops on the pegs with the extra loop.

Work this process for one additional rnd.  All pegs will have just 2 loops.  Hook over.  Cut yarn leaving approximately 18” of yarn tail attached.

Move the back loops from inner loom to outer loom, being sure to match the pegs of each stitch.

Work the pegs so that you have only one loop on each of the 48 pegs being used.  They should be in groups of 4 pegs.

In each set of 4 loops, move loop 1 onto peg 2.  Move loop 4 onto peg 3.  You now have 2 pegs with 2 loops in each set.

Work the pegs so that you have only one loop on the 2 pegs.  Add the darning needle to your yarn tail.

Carefully, go around the loom picking up all the loops on the pegs.  Lift the hat from the loom.  Go around the loops again with the sewing yarn so that you have a very strong base to use to draw the hat closed.  You are now ready to finish the top of hat.

Slowly draw the yarn snug to close in the top of hat.  Take darning needle into inside of hat to do reinforcement stitches to complete the closure.  Trim any yarn tails and weave into the knit.

FINISHING BRIM WITH CROCHET EDGE

Using crochet hook, insert into first stitch on anchor yarn at any starting point.  Add the V yarn onto hook.  Pull thru loop on hook, and pick up next loop on anchor yarn.  You are creating a crochet chain on all the stitches being careful to pick up each strand separately.  Continue around the brim until you meet the beginning of the crochet.  Connect the first loop to the last so that you have a nice continuous edge.  Pull both ends of V yarn to inside of hat, tie and weave into knit.  Carefully cut the anchor at several points and remove all.  Weave in any yarn tails from the color joints.

You may want to block the hat lightly to desired shape for the brim.

You may want to wear it with front brim turned up with a pretty decorative stick pin, or add a button to keep the brim in place.  However you choose to wear the brim of your hat, it is classy and warm, and fun to wear!

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Nov 16, 2018

Lexi Bag

LOOM:  ‘Premium’ Chunky Round Loom, mint-colored 24-peg loom by KB Looms.

YARN:  Approx 150 grams of chunky weight wool. Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Chunky was used in sample.

NOTIONS:  knitting tool, tapestry needle, D shape handles (7 width x 4.5 inches height). 2 yards of 1/2 inch wide Gross Grain Black Ribbon.

GAUGE: Approx 6 sts x 10 rows=2 inches.

SIZE: Approx 7 x 7.5 x 3.5 inches (not including handles).

ABBREVIATIONS

approx=approximate

yo=yarn over (ewrap empty peg)

k2tog=knit two stitches together- left slanting.

K=knit stitch

P=purl stitch

St(s)=stitch(es)

INSTRUCTIONS

Front & Back Panels (make 2 as follows)

Cast on 21 stitches (recommend e-wrap cast on).

Rows 1-21: Sl1, k to the end of the row.

Row 22: Sl1, *yo, k2tog; rep from * to the end of row.

Row 23: Sl1, *k1, p1; rep from * to last 2sts, k2.

Row 24: Sl1, *p1, k1; rep from * to the end of the row.

Rows 25-42: Rep Rows 23 and 24.

Bind off with basic bind off method.

Side panel

Cast on 10 stitches.

Row 1-Row 74: Sl1, k to the end.

Bind off with basic bind off method. 

Assembly 

Panels

Mattress Stitch seam the side panel to the front and back panels. 

Handles

Position one of the handles on the wrong side of the back panel (close to the top). Pass the knitted fabric through the opening of the handle; fold the fabric over the handle so that it covers the bottom portion of the handle. Seam the handle in place. Repeat with the other handle. 

Ribbon

Pass the ribbon through the eyelets of the bag and position it as desired. Make a bow with the two ends of the ribbon. Trim and position the bow as desired on the bag.

Note: this is a derivative work of previous Lexi Bag, created in 2009 by Isela Phelps using the Knifty Knitter loom.

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Nov 2, 2018

New Earth Afghan (double knit)

As the earth begins its beautiful change of colors, we can enjoy the green shades with this cozy afghan.  Fun to knit in 3 shades of green and lots of stitch patterns.  Add fringe for a unique cozy look or, knit up some sofa pillows in each color.

Loom: 38″ Loom set at 1cm spacing for double knit using 82 stitches

Yarn:  Lion Brand New Basic, worsted weight, 75% wool & 25% acrylic.  Machine wash, gentle; lay flat to dry.  Colors used in sample are Lt Green 173 Thyme (T), Dark Green 174 Olive (O), Bright Green 172 Grass (G), (3) skeins of each.

Stitches:  Open Braid, Soft Braid, Zigzag, CrissCross, Stockinette.  Follow links to detailed instructions for each stitch.  Soft Braid is new and will be explained below*

Notions Needed:  Knit hook, crochet hook, measure tape

Size:  30” wide X 50” long. (for larger blanket, use 2cm spacing between rails)

Gauge:  Stockinette stitch is 3 sts X 4 rows = 1 inch.

*Soft Braid Stitch:  Weave 2 row patterns.  This is similar to the Open Braid.

Row 1 starts on back rail on peg one down to peg four on front rail.  Weave at this angle around every other peg to end of rail.  Return the weave by covering all empty pegs.  Hook over.

Row 2 starts on back rail on peg one and down to peg 3 on front rail.  Weave at this angle around every other peg to end of rail.  Return the weave by covering all empty pegs.  Hook over.

Repeat these 2 rows for the Soft Braid stitch.

 

INSTRUCTIONS

Cast on 82 stitches in Stockinette with T yarn.

Work 10 rows in Soft Braid stitch.

Work 5 rows in Stockinette stitch.  Cut yarn with 3” tail.

Tie on O yarn at 2nd peg to tail of T yarn.  Lay both yarn tails between pegs.

Work 18 rows in Zigzag stitch.

Work 6 rows in stockinette stitch.  Cut yarn with 3” tail.

Tie on G yarn at 2nd peg to tail of O yarn.  Lay both yarn tails between pegs.

Work 16 rows in CrissCross stitch.

Work 5 rows in stockinette stitch.  Cut yarn with 3” tail.

Tie on O yarn at 2nd peg to tail of G yarn.  Lay both yarn tails between pegs.

Work Open Braid stitch for 14 rows.  Cut yarn with 3” tail.

Tie on T yarn at 2nd peg to tail of O yarn.  Lay both yarn tails between pegs.

Continue with Open Braid stitch for 14 rows.

Work 5 rows in stockinette stitch.  Cut yarn with 3” tail.

Tie on G yarn at 2nd peg to tail of T yarn.  Lay both yarn tails between pegs.

Work 14 rows in CrissCross stitch.

Work 6 rows in stockinette stitch.  Cut yarn with 3” tail.

Tie on O yarn at 2nd peg.  Lay both yarn tails between pegs.

Work 12 rows in Open Braid stitch.

Work 6 rows in stockinette stitch.  Cut yarn with 3” tail.

Tie on T yarn.

Work 10 rows in Open Braid stitch.

Work 6 rows in stockinette stitch.  Cut yarn.

Tie on G yarn.

Work 12 rows in CrissCross stitch.

Work 6 rows in stockinette.  Cut yarn.

Tie on O yarn.

Work 18 rows in Zigzag stitch.

Work 6 rows in stockinette.  Cut yarn.

Tie on T yarn.

Work 14 rows in Soft Braid stitch.  Cut the yarn with 3” tail.  Ready to bind off of loom.

Bind off of loom with basic bind off using crochet hook.  Start at end opposite the yarn tail.  Pick up first stitch, both loops, from both rails.  Pull one thru the other.  One loop remains on the crochet hook.  Pick up one loop from next stitch, front rail and work the stitch.  Next, pick up back loom from same stitch, and work the stitch.  Continue across the loom working each loop alternating from back rail to front rail until only one loop remains on crochet hook.  Pick up the yarn tail and pull it thru the last loop to knot.  Then gently pull the yarn tail into the knit.  Your blanket is off the loom.

Bind off at anchor yarn in same way starting at end opposite the yarn tail.  Pick up 2 loops with crochet hook and work.  Pick up next single loop and work.  Continue across the knit until last loop remains on crochet hook.  Pull yarn tail thru loop for knot, and weave into knitting.

Check blanket to see if any yarn tails extend out, and weave them into knitting.

Lightly block blanket by laying on flat surface like a mattress and insert straight pins to secure.  Lightly mist and allow to dry.  Remove all pins.  Your new afghan is ready to grace your home or give as a Christmas gift.

 

 

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  • Hello HELP, I have been working on a blanket for awhile now and have noticed the middle of my wooden knitting loom is appears to be warped in the middle. Is this normal is it due to tension and should I start over??

  • Will there be a video?
    I looked at the instructions for the stitches but I can not seem to visualize it
    Thanks

  • Question: I’ve made about 60 scarves since this past spring using various yarns. My stiches seem uniform, not tight, but after finishing the scarves, maybe within hours though usually days, the scarves shrink in length often to half the length. What do I need to do differently or is this normal?

  • just want a pdf of the instruction

  • Hi Donna,
    What is most important is how does your knitting look? Is it tighter in the center from the end edges? If all looks well, I would keep going and complete and try to weave a bit looser in the center area.
    This is not how the loom should look, and one of your rails could be slightly warped and bow inward. Please email me at pat@knittingboard.com after you have completed the blanket. We may be able to remedy the problem.
    Thanks, pat

  • Hi Jesse,
    Please leave email at pat@knittingboard.com and I can send the file to you.

  • Hi Karen, You may want to try a thicker yarn or a tighter stitch that doesn’t stretch out so much. It sounds like your stitches are just open and bouncy. You can always knit the scarf longer than desired in the end as it may look longer while on the loom.

  • The Soft Braid Stitch seems identical to the CrissCross stitch, unless I am missing their difference in their instructions.

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Oct 26, 2018

Chunky Knit Loom Set!

It’s brand new to KB Looms: ‘Premium’ Chunky Knit Loom Set

Over the years, we have received many requests to have this set created, something where you can you use bulky weight yarn to create super fast hats from baby to adult! Your wait is finally over!

We present you with the “Chunky Knit Loom Set”!

This gauge is brand new to the KB Loom line up. The set includes three knitting looms: 48 peg, 36 pegs, and 24 pegs with 5/8″ gauge. You can create adult size hats on the 48 peg knitting loom; the 36 peg knitting loom can be used to create youth size hats–maybe, toddlers to about 8 years of age; the 24 peg knitting loom is the perfect size to create small baby hats, and even leg warmers.

Each loom is made of the best quality, high grade durable plastic. The stay-put pegs are engineered to correctly hold the yarn, and yet, be super comfortable for the knitter.  They will quickly become some of your favorite looms!

The possibilities of creation are endless; you are able to use the knitting loom both in the round, and to create flat panels. The 48 peg is large enough to create a wide scarf or shawl. Knit a few strips and sew them together to create a blanket. So much to knit!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are a few patterns to get you started with your new Chunky Knit Loom Set!

Quick Knit Cowl Vest
Chunky Rib Pompom Hat
Chunky Messy Bun Beanie
Double Arrow Beanie

4 Comments

  • Why is there not a price and a way to purchase these looms?

  • Will they be available at Amazon like your other looms.

  • Hi, Just click on the loom and it will take you to another page with details and price.

  • Please complete this set by making the missing standard 9 inch loom in the gauge

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Oct 26, 2018

Chunky Messy Bun Beanie

LOOM: ‘Premium’ Chunky Knit Looms, 48 peg and 24 peg loom used.

YARN:  Approx 80 yds of Super Bulky weight merino wool yarn. Malabrigo Rasta in Solis used in sample. 90yds (82m); 150g (5.29 oz).

NOTIONS:  knitting tool, tapestry needle

GAUGE: 5.5 sts x 8 rows=2 inches

SIZE:  Hat fits up to 20” circumference head

ABBREVIATIONS

Approx=approximate

k=knit stitch. May substitute with u-stitch.

p=purl

stitchst(s)=stitch(es)

rnd(s)=round(s)

INSTRUCTIONS

Cast on 48 sts (orange loom), prepare to work in the round. The modified e-wrap cast on is recommended.

Rnd 1-8: *k2, p2; rep from * to end.

Rnd 9-13: p to end.

Rnd 14-17: **k2, p2; rep from * to end.

Rep Rounds 9-17: 1 more time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remove all stitches to a piece of scrap yarn.Place all stitches on the 24 peg knitting loom (the smallest one)—2 stitches per peg.

Knit to end of rnd. Bind off with basic removal method. Weave all ends in.


 

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Oct 20, 2018

Baby Bow Hat and Booties

LOOM: KB Baby-Knit Looms

YARN:  Approx 110 yds of worsted weight merino wool yarn. Red Heart Chic yarn, 1 skein (less than 1 skein used) in Mai Tai, and Linen (about 30 yds), used in sample.

NOTIONS:  knitting tool, tapestry needle

GAUGE: 11 sts and 16 rows = 2”

SIZE:  Hat and booties recommended for 0-3months

 

ABBREVIATIONS

Approx=approximate

k=knit stitch. May substitute with u-stitch.

p=purl stitch

st(s)=stitch(es)

rnd(s)=round(s)

mc=main color (pink)

cc=contrasting color (off white)

sl=slip (skip the peg with yarn towards back of peg)

w&t=wrap and turn

INSTRUCTIONS

Hat

With MC, cast on 56 sts, green loom, prepare to work in the round.

Rnd 1-8: *k2, p2; rep from * to end.

Next 4 rnds: k to end. Cut MC, join CC.

Next 6 rnds: k to end. Cut CC, join MC.

Next 26 rnds: k to end.  (Piece measures approx 5.5 inches from cast on edge.)

Next 4 rnds: *k2, p2; rep from * to end.

Remove with modified gather bind off.

Weave ends in.

Bow

With MC, cast on 12 sts, prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1: k to end.

Row 2: p to end.

Repeat Row 1-Row 2: 18 more times (20 total rows).

Bind off with basic bind off method.

Bow Loop

With CC, cast on 6 sts, prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1-10: Sl 1, k to end.

Bind off with basic bind off method.

Mattress stitch the Bow Loop to the hat by aligning it to the first row of the CC color band and to the last row of the CC color band.

Booties
(Make 2)

With MC, cast on 24 sts, with purple loom, prepare to work in the round.

Rnd 1-4: *k2, p2; rep from * to end.

Rnd 5-8: k to end. Cut MC, join CC.

Rnd 9-11: k to end. Cut CC, join MC.

Next 6 rnds: k to end.

Create a short row heel over 12 stitches (see below for short-row heel instructions).

Continue working in the round.

Next 14 rnds: k to end of rnd.

Create a short-row toe over 12 stitches (follow same instructions as for heel).

Remove with Kitchener Stitch.

Weave ends in.

Little Bows

Using the chain stitch, make a chain with 60 crochet chains. Bind off. Make a small bow with the chain. Secure the bow tightly to the contrasting color band of the bootie.

Short-row heel over 12 stitches

Heel

Work heel in short-rows over the first 12 stitches.
Place a peg marker on peg 1 and peg 12.

Knit from 1-11.  W&T 12.

Knit from 11-2.  W&T 1.

Knit from 2 -10.  W&T 11.

Knit from 10-3.  W&T 2.

Knit from 3-9.  W&T 10.

Knit from 9-4.  W&T 3.

Knit from 4-8.  W&T 9.

Knit from 8-5.  W&T 4.

(Note: The following increase rows will require working all previous wraps and stitches together as one as the pegs are knit and w&t’d. This can be up to 2 wraps and a stitch worked as one.)

Knit from 5-9.  W&T 10.

Knit from 9-4.  W&T 3.

Knit from 4- 10.  W&T 11.

Knit from 10-3.  W&T 2.

Knit from 3 -11.  W&T 12.

Knit from 11-2.  W&T 1.

Pegs 1 and 12 have two wraps and the stitch. On the first round of the sole and foot, work the pegs with the extra wraps together with the stitch.

Foot: Begin working in the round once again.

Modified Gather Bind Off Instructions

Cut 2 pieces of yarn that are approximately 24 inches long.

Thread tapestry needle with one of the pieces of yarn. Remove all the purl stitches onto the piece of yarn.

Thread second piece of yarn and remove all the knit stitches from the loom.

Locate the first piece of yarn and cinch the purl stitches tightly close.

Locate the second piece of scrap yarn and cinch it all the knit stitches.

Tightly weave all tail ends to the wrong side of the hat.

 

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Oct 5, 2018

Zigtastic Pumpkins

Show your appreciation for autumn with these fun loom knit pumpkins!  Simple 2 stitch cables create a fun zig zag pattern that give these pumpkins flair!  

Design by Renita Harvey

LOOM:  His & Her Sock Looms, 64 peg loom for large pumpkin, 56 peg loom for small pumpkin

YARN 65 yds total of medium/4 weight yarn.  Caron Simply Soft in colors Pumpkin and White (60 yds each) used in samples for the pumpkins and Chocolate (5 yds) for the stems.

NOTIONS:  Loom tool, cable needle, tapestry needle, stuffing

ABBREVIATIONS

K:  Knit (do not use e-wrap knit)

P:  Purl

LC:  Left cross cable

RC:  Right cross cable

MC:  Main color, orange or white

CC:  Contrast color, brown

Rep:  Repeat

SPECIAL STITCHES

LC:  Worked over 2 pegs.  Take working yarn behind peg 1 (skip the peg).  Knit peg 2 and place the stitch from peg 2 onto a cable needle and hold to the center of the loom.  Move the stitch from peg 1 to peg 2 leaving peg 1 empty.  Place the stitch from the cable needle on peg 1.  Knit peg 2.

RC:  Worked over 2 pegs.  Place the stitch from peg 1 onto the cable needle and hold to the center of the loom.  Bring the working yarn in front of the cable needle and knit peg 2.  Move the stitch from peg 2 to peg 1.  Place the stitch on the cable needle onto peg 2.  Knit peg 2.

PATTERN NOTES

Do not use the e-wrap knit stitch.  Use the true knit stitch or u-wrap knit as these stitches will make a tighter fabric more suitable for stuffing.

INSTRUCTIONS

Pumpkin 

Cast on all pegs with MC.  Prepare to work in the round.

R1-4:  *K2, P2, rep from * to end

R5:  *K1, LC, K4, P1, rep from * to end

R6:  *K7, P1, rep from * to end

R7:  *K2, LC, K3, P1, rep from * to end

R8:  *K7, P1, rep from * to end

R9:  *K3, LC, K2, P1, rep from * to end

R10:  *K7, P1, rep from * to end

R11:  *K4, LC, K1, P1, rep from * to end

R12:  *K7, P1, rep from * to end

R13:  *K4, RC, K1, P1, rep from * to end

R14:  *K7, P1, rep from * to end

R15:  *K3, RC, K2, P1, rep from * to end

R16:  *K7, P1, rep from * to end

R17:  *K2, RC, K3, P1, rep from * to end

R18:  *K7, P1, rep from * to end

R19:  *K1, RC, K4, P1,  rep from * to end

R12:  *K7, P1, rep from * to end

Rep R5-20, 2 more times for both size pumpkins on either loom

For large pumpkins on the 64 peg loom, rep R6-12 once more.

Rep R1-4

Wrap working yarn around loom 2 times and cut.  Thread tail on tapestry needle.

Run working yarn through all purl stitches and remove the stitches from the pegs while skipping and leaving the knit stitches until all purl stitches are threaded and removed from the loom.

Wrap a second piece of yarn around the loom twice and cut.  Thread on a tapestry needle.

Run this piece of yarn through all the knit stitches and remove the stitches from the pegs until all stitches are removed from the loom.

Gather the purl stitches first.  Then gather the knit stitches.  Pull all 3 ends (1 from the purls and 2 from the knits) to the inside of the tube.  Secure with a square knot.

Stuff the pumpkin around 1 of the tail pieces leaving the other 2 in the middle.  Bring the tail piece up through the other end

Cut 2 more pieces of yarn the same as before.

Thread the first piece through the purls and the second piece through the knits on the cast on edge.   Gather in the same manner as the other end while adding more stuffing if needed.

Secure the ends.

Pull the tail from the opposite end and tie with one of the tails from the cast on end to create a squat appearance.

Stem

Cast on 6 stitches with CC.

Knit all until stem is 1.5″ to 3″  long.

Bind off.

Cut a long tail for sewing.

Let the stem curl onto itself and sew one end over the knots on the cast on end of the pumpkin.  Sew long stitches at the base to create the look of a real pumpkin stem.

2 Comments

  • What kind of cast on would you use for this project. It’s really cute. Thank you.

  • How do you get your stitches loose enough to Cable? After the first row of cables, my stitches are too tight to move. I don’t mean from this pattern. I was using a pattern from KB’s Zippy Loom Knit Cable book. But I thought you might be able to help me.

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Sep 30, 2018

Arland’s Hood

There is something magical that happens when you wear a hood, it is like bringing a fairy tale to life! 

LOOM: 18″ All-n-One Loom

YARN: Approx 420 yds of worsted weight Peruvian wool blend. Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Tweed in Prussian Heather was used in sample. 110 yards/50 grams.

NOTIONS: Row counter, knitting tool, tapestry needle. ½” decorative button

GAUGE: 10 sts x 14 rows= 2 inches in stockinette

SIZE: Approx 17 inches in long x 10” wide.

ABBREVIATIONS

Approx=approximate

K=knit

P=purl

St(s)=stitch(es)


INSTRUCTIONS

Hood

(Make 2)

Cast on 86 sts, prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1 (from right to left): k6, *p2, k6; rep from * to end of row.

Row 2: p1, *k4, p4; rep from * to last 5 sts, k4, p1.

Row 3: p2, *k2, p2; rep from * to end.

Row 4: k1, *p4, k4; rep from * to last 5 sts, p4, k1.

Row 5: k2, *p2, k6; rep from * to last 4 sts, p2, k2.

Row 6: k6, *p2, k6; rep from * to end.

Row 7: p1, *k4, p4; rep from * to last 5 sts, k4, p1.

Row 8: p2, *k2, p2; rep from * to end.

Row 9: k1, *p4, k4; rep from * to last 5 sts, p4, k1.

Row 10: k2, *p2, k6; rep from * to last 4 sts, p2, k2.

Repeat Rows 1-10 until panel measures approximately 7 inches from cast on edge. End on a Row 10 (Approximately 70 rows, 7 repeats of Rows 1-10).

Next 12 rows: *k2, p2; rep from * to end.

Next row: p to end.

Next 12 rows: *k2, p2; rep from * to end.

Bind off with basic bind off method.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bottom Ribbed Hem

Cast on 106 sts, prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1-10: *k2, p2; rep from * to last 2sts, k2.

Row 11:  k2, p2, bind off 2 sts, p2, *k2, p2; rep from * to last 2 sts, k2.

Row 12: k2, p2, cast on 2 sts, p2; *k2, p2; rep from * to last 2 sts, k2

Bind off with basic bind off method.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assembly

Steam block the 2 hood pieces before assembly. Do not steam block the Bottom Ribbed Hem.

Mattress stitch the top of the two pieces, then down the back side of the hood.

Mattress stitch the Bottom Ribbed Hem to the bottom section of the hood.

Match the buttonhole to the button placement. Sew in a decorative button.

 

 

 

 

6 Comments

  • Can this be made in one piece? So no sewing parts

  • Can this be made as one piece.

  • Yes. You will need a knitting loom that has twice the amount of pegs as called for in the pattern.

  • Hi Gin, yes, you can. You will need a knitting loom that has twice the amount of pegs as called for in the pattern. You will still need to create the bottom piece separately though as that goes in the opposite direction of the hood.

  • Hi Isela, love this hood, and would love to make it. But l don’t have the all in one loom. Can it be made on any other loom?

  • Kathy, you can make it on any other loom that is similar gauge to the All-n-One loom. You will need the same amount of pegs too.

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Sep 21, 2018

Neon Coral Lace Hat

LOOM:  KB ‘Premium’ Round Loom Set (small gauge), 72 pegs, gray loom.

YARN: any worsted weight aprox. 150 yards

FINISHED SIZE: adult fits up to 22″ wide, 10″ from brim to crown.

NOTIONS: sewing needle, stitch holder, masking tape, faux fur pom pom if desired.

GAUGE: 5 stitches and 6 rows to 1″ of pattern.

 

 

Designed By Denice Johnson

ABBREVIATIONS

K= ewrap stitch
P= purl stitch
K2tog= knit two stitches together
Wyif= working yarn in front

INSTRUCTIONS

Begin by marking your loom. Using masking tape, mark the loom in sets of 9 pegs (1-9) all the way around the loom.

Ewrap cast on 72 pegs, prepare to work in the round.

Brim

Row 1: Purl row

Row 2: Ewrap knit row

Repeat rows 1&2 (6x) for 12 rows.

Hat Body

Row 1: ewrap knit row

Row 2: ewrap knit row

Row 3: (k2tog, k2, wyif, k1, wyif, k2, k2tog) See steps below for breakdown.

-place stitch from peg 1 on stitch holder

-move stitch from peg 2 and place on peg 1

-place stitch from holder back on peg 1

-ewrap and knit over both stitches on peg 1 treating them both as one

-move the stitch from peg 3 to peg 2

-ewrap and knit over stitch on peg 2

-move the stitch from peg 4 to peg 3

-ewrap and knit over stitch on peg 3

-place the working yarn in front of peg 4

-ewrap and knit over stitch on peg 5

-place stitch from peg 9 on stitch holder

-move stitch from peg 8 and place on peg 9

-place stitch from holder back on peg 9

-move stitch from peg 7 and place on peg 8

-move stitch from peg 6 and place on peg 7

-place the working yarn in front of peg 6

-ewrap and knit over stitch on peg 7

-ewrap and knit over stitch on peg 8

-ewrap and knit over both stitches on peg 9 treating them both as one

Repeat these steps for each set of 9 pegs for remainder of row.

Row 4: ewrap knit row

Row 5: (k1, k2tog, wyif, ew3, wyif, k2tog, ew1)

See steps below for breakdown.

-ewrap and knit over stitch on peg 1

-place stitch from peg 2 on stitch holder

-move stitch from peg 3 and place on peg 2

-place stitch from holder back on peg 2

-ewrap and knit over both stitches on peg 2 treating them both as one

-place the working yarn in front of peg 3

-ewrap and knit over stitch on peg 4

-ewrap and knit over stitch on peg 5

-ewrap and knit over stitch on peg 6

-place stitch from peg 8 on stitch holder

-move stitch from peg 7 and place on peg 8

-place stitch from holder back on peg 8

-place the working yarn in front of peg 7

-ewrap and knit over both stitches on peg 8 treating them both as one

-ewrap and knit over stitch on peg 9

Repeat these steps for each set of 9 pegs for remainder of row.

Row 6: ewrap knit row

Repeat rows 1-6 (7x) for 42 rows.

Bind off using the gather bind off method to finish from loom, weave in yarn ends.

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Sep 14, 2018

Molly Toque

This beautiful toque features lovely, painterly colorwork and a hemmed brim for extra warmth. The optional braids add a touch of fun! Intermediate level pattern.

Designed by Nicole Cox

Loom:  KB All-n-One Loom, using 72 or 84 pegs. Color pattern works in multiples of 12 stitches.

Yarn: (MC) Knit picks Chroma Worsted, #4 weight, 70% superwash wool, 30% nylon, 198/100 g, 1 skein, color # 26552, Avalon. (CC) Lion Brand Wool-Ease, worsted #4 weight, 80% Acrylic, 20% wool, 197 yds/180 m, 3 oz, 1 skein, color #104, Blush Heather. (CC1) Cascade Yarns 220 superwash, 100% Superwash Wool, worsted #4 weight, 100 g/3.5 oz, 220 yds/200 m, 1 skein, color #817, Aran.

Finished Measurements:  19”/48.3 cm around x 8 ½”/21.6 cm high or 22”/55.9 cm around x 8 ½”/21.6 cm, sizes are approximate.

Gauge:  16 sts and 26 rows = 4”/10.2 cm square in stockinette. Please take the time to check gauge for proper width.

Notions: Knitting hook, crochet hook, measuring tape, Tapestry/yarn needle, medium pom-pom maker (optional)

Pattern Notes

  • The hat is knit in the round from the bottom up.
  • A hem is formed after row 24 to form a double thick hat brim for extra warmth around the ears.
  • The regular knit stitch is recommended for all colorwork areas of this hat. Carry your floats for a neat appearance inside of hat and neater stitches.
  • Use 72 pegs for large child/sm teen or adult. Use 84 pegs adult/teen sizes. It’s best to do a gauge swatch to check for size. Stranded knitting has less stretch and can produce a smaller hat than regular stockinette.
  • 2 charts are included, one for the brim and one for the main portion of the hat.

 INSTRUCTIONS

Foundation round:  Chain CO (72) (84) pegs with 1 strand MC; join to work in the round.

HAT BRIM

Rounds 1-24: *[K1 in CC1, k1 in MC] repeat from * to end of rnd. Your total knitting should be 4”/10.2 cm. Add more rows if short. This will give you a 2”/5.1 cm brim once hemmed.

Form hem:  Lift all stitches from the cast on row up onto the loom, one by one, being careful to keep your stitches straight. Do not pull the bottom stitches over the top stitches, knit them together in the next round.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Begin Main Hat

Rounds 1-3: *K12 in CC1, rep from * to end of rnd.

Rounds 4-6: *K6 in CC, k6 in MC, rep from * to end of rnd.

Round 7: *[K1 in CC, k4 in MC, k1 in CC], rep from * to end of rnd.

Round 8: *K2 in MC, k1 in CC, k6 in MC, k1 in CC, k2 in MC, rep from * to end of rnd.

Round 9: *K1 in MC, k3 in CC, k4 in MC, k3 in CC, k1 in MC, rep from * to end of rnd.

Round 10: *K2 in MC, [k3 in CC, k2 in MC] twice, rep from * to end of rnd.

Round 11: *K3 in MC, k6 in CC, k3 in MC, rep from * to end of rnd.

Rounds 12-13: *K4 in MC, k4 in CC, k4 in MC, rep from * to end of rnd.

Round 14: *K3 in MC, k6 in CC, k3 in MC, rep from * to end of rnd.

Round 15: *K2 in MC, [k3 in CC, k2 in MC] twice, rep from * to end of rnd.

Round 16: *K1 in MC, k3 in CC, k4 in MC, k3 in CC, k1 in MC, rep from * to end of rnd.

Round 17: *K2 in MC, k1 in CC, k6 in MC, k1 in CC, k2 in MC, rep from * to end of rnd.

Round 18: *[K1 in CC, k4 in MC, k1 in CC] twice, rep from * to end of rnd.

Repeat rounds 7-18 until hat measures 7”/17.8 cm. Note: You may adjust this length if you would like a longer slouchier hat. Leave 1 ½”/3.8 cm for the top portion of the hat.

Next round:  Knit in MC.

Repeat the last round until total work measures 8 ½”/21.6 cm or desired length.

Bind off hat using the gather method.

 

FINISHING Weave in ends and block hat to even out stitches. Make a medium size pom-pom using CC and secure it to the top of the hat. Follow directions for braids below.

Optional Braids (make two)

Cut 9 strands of CC, each measuring 40”/101.6 cm.

Align all strands and knot one end close to ends (this is the top of your braid).

Separate strands into 3 sections of 3 strands and braid to end.

Knot end, leaving 2”/5.1 cm.

Go to the top of your braid and using a yarn/tapestry needle threaded with a strand of CC, sew the strands together just below the knot. Make sure braid is flattened out to keep seam flat.

Sew braid to one side of the hat, inside of hat (about 1 ½”/3.8 cm from edge) hiding the seam.

Repeat above for 2nd braid.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nicole F. Cox is an expert loom knitting pattern designer, author, and professional photographer. Check out her other projects at thismomentisgood.blogspot.com

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6 Comments

  • Beautiful hat! Thank you for the pattern. When you refer to the “regular knit stitch” do you mean true knit stitch (the one that you do like a purl but pull yarn from above the loop on the peg) and not e-wrap knit stitch?

  • So beautiful ! I love the colors .

  • I have been looking for free patterns for quite some time and have been looking for them in the craft stores and can’t find them. I have arthritis in my hand and loom knitting seems to be the only craft I can handle. just looking for some thing different and these patterns look great . Thank you for any help you can give me,

  • Hello Christine, yes the “true” knit and “regular” knit stitch are the same thing. The e-wrap knit will be written as ewk in my patterns unless otherwise stated in the key.

  • In foundation round, it says CO. What is that? Thanks in advance.

  • Hello Cindy, CO is the abbreviation for cast on. Hope this helps!

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Aug 31, 2018

‘Little’ Octopus

LOOM: Sock Loom 2

YARN: light worsted weight
146 yards in grey. 48 yards in contrast color

NOTIONS: sewing needle, safety eyes, poly-fil.

GAUGE: n/a

FINISHED SIZE: 8.5″ wide

ABBREVIATIONS:

K= uwrap stitch/flat stitch
P= purl stitch
K2tog= knit two stitches together

INSTRUCTIONS

Legs: make 8
Configure loom to 20 pegs.

In grey ewrap cast on 20 pegs, prepare to work in the round.

Rows 1-20: knit to the end of the row

Cut grey, tie on contrast color.

Row 21: knit row

Row 22: purl row

Repeat rows 21 & 22 for a total of 6 rows.

Row 27: k2tog to end of row

Bind off using gather bind off method.

Tighten cast on and set aside.

 

Bottom:
Configure loom to 44 pegs.

In grey ewrap cast on 44 pegs, prepare to work in the round.

Rows 1-8: knit to the end of the row.

Row 9: k2tog to end of row

Bind off using gather bind off method.

Tighten cast on and set aside.

Body:
Configure loom to 44 pegs.

In grey ewrap cast on 44 pegs, prepare to work in the round.

Rows 1-28: knit to the end of the row.

Row 29: k2tog to end of row

Bind off using gather bind off method.

Tighten cast on and set aside.

TO FINISH:

Using poly-fil to lightly stuff the legs and sew shut.

Sew the legs to the bottom piece with the bottom piece showing knit side down.

Attach safety eyes to the body and stuff the body.

Sew body piece to the bottom piece.

2 Comments

  • Love this adorable Octopus. Would love to make one as a baby gift and stitch the eyes on for safety. Should be easily held by a little one, thanks for the free pattern

  • Thank you for free pattern.I can not remember but there is a charity that excepts these for baby s . Just I think you have to sew eyes on.

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Aug 26, 2018

Pencil Socks

Back-to-school is in session which means teacher gifts are in the near future! Here is a fun pattern to knit for those awesome teachers who give so much to our kids. 

LOOM:  Sock loom 2, 40 pegs used.

YARN:  Approx 100 grams of worsted weight superwash wool yarn. Sample used Knit Picks Wool of the Andes in the following colors: Blossom Heather, Cobblestone Heather, Semolina, Almond, and Coal.

NOTIONS:  knitting tool, row counter (optional).

GAUGE: 10 sts x 16.5 sts=2 inches in stockinnette stitch.

SIZE:  Adult women shown in size 7. To make smaller/larger sizes, knit the foot shorter/longer.

ABBREVIATIONS

K=knit

P=purl stitch

St(s)=stitch(es)

w&t=wrap and turn. Lift the stitch that is on the peg, wrap the peg with the working yarn, replace stitch back on the peg.

rnd(s)=round(s)

rep=repeat

A=Blossom Heather (Pink)

B=Cobblestone Heather (Gray)

C=Semolina (Yellow)

D=Almond (Tan)

E=Coal (Black)

INSTRUCTIONS

Set knitting loom to 40 pegs, to work in the round.

Leg

Using A, cast on 40 sts, prepare to work in the rnd.

Rnd 1-12: *k2, p2; rep from * to end of rnd. Cut A, join B and continue with B.

Rnd 13, 15, 17, 19: k to end of rnd.

Rnd 14, 16, 18, 20: p to end of rnd. Cut B, join C, and continue with C.

Rnd 21: *k4, p1; rep from * to end of rnd.

Rep Rnd 21 until C portion measures approximately 7 inches.

Heel

The heel is completed using short-row shaping over 20 pegs.

Knit from 1 to19.  W&T 20.

Knit from 19 to 2.  W&T 1.

Knit from 2 to 18.  W&T 19.  

Knit from 18 to 3.  W&T 2.

Knit from 3 to 17.  W&T 18.  

Knit from 17 to 4.  W&T 3.  

Knit from 4 to 16.  W&T 17.  

Knit from 16 to 5.  W&T 4.  

Knit from 5 to 15.  W&T 16.  

Knit from 15 to 6.  W&T 5.  

Knit from 6 to 14.  W&T 15.  

Knit from peg 14 to 7.  W&T 6.  

(Note:  The following increase rows will require working all previous wraps and stitches together as one as the pegs are knit and  w&t’d.  This can be up to  2 wraps and a stitch worked as one.)

Knit from peg 7 to 15.  W&T 16.

Knit from 15 to 6.  W&T 5.  

Knit from 6 to 16.  W&T 17.  

Knit from 16 to 5.  W&T 4.  

Knit from 5 to 17.  W&T 18.  

Knit from 17 to 4.  W&T 3.    

Knit from 4 to 18.  W&T 19.  

Knit from 18 to 3.  W&T 2.  

Knit from 3 to 19.  W&T 20.

Knit from 19 to  2.  W&T 1.  

Pegs 1 and 20 have two wraps and the stitch. 

On the first round of the sole and foot, work the pegs with the extra wraps together with the stitch.

Sole and Foot

Next rnd: k24, p1; *k4, p1, rep from * to end of rnd.

Rep last rnd until foot measures 3 inches less than the desired length. Cut C. Join D. Continue with D in established pattern for another inch (approx. 8 rnds). Cut D, join E.

Toe

Using E, rep the same instructions as for Heel.

Keeping all sts from twisting, place the first 20 sts onto a double pointed needle.. Place the remaining 20 sts onto another double pointed needle.

BO all sts using the Kitchener Stitch, as seen in the following tutorial: http://www.knittingboard.com/kitchener-stitch-page/

Weave all ends in. Block to set the stitches.

 

 

7 Comments

  • Is this 100 grams in total? Or is this 100 grams per color or per sock?

    Thanks

  • I used 100 grams total of all the colors. If you are buying the same exact yarn, I bought 2 skeins of yellow, 1 pink, 1 gray, 1 brownish, 1 black. I used most of 1 yellow skein for 1 sock (fits size 7.5 women).

  • Hi Isela,

    love these socks…where can I get the yarn for these socks? tyvm

  • Thank you Isela for the great video on the Kitchner stitch to seamlessly finish the toe of a sock. What a great addition to learning. Thank you!

  • Thank you Isela for the helpful Kitchner video tutorial. My sock seam is invisible!

  • “Loom Knitting Socks” pattern, Ladder Lace. Chart directions show symbols in this order (right to left): k2tog yo yo ssk

    Written directions say: ssk yo yo k2tog

    I love all your patterns Isela and have made many, this one I am not sure of which directions to follow and want to use my KB oval sock loom to make them. Can you assist?

  • I got it at KnitPicks.com

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Aug 13, 2018

Squishy Soft Baby Blanket

LOOM:  136 peg knitting loom in small gauge. Recommend: 38” knitting loom with 2 peg extender, or 28” with peg extenders.

YARN:  Approx 820 yds of worsted weight yarn. Lion Brand LB Collection Cashmere Yarn was used in sample in color

NOTIONS:  Knitting tool, and tapestry needle.

GAUGE: 16 sts and 22 rows  = 4 inches in stockinette.

SIZE: 32″ x 40″

As soon as I touched this yarn, I knew that I wanted to create something soft and beautiful for my little one to cherish. Our team members have nicknamed this yarn “squishy” as all you want to do is wrap yourself in its softness.

ABBREVIATIONS

Approx=approximately

k=knit stitch

p=purl stitch

CO=Cast on

BO=Bind off

st(s)=stitch(es)

cdd=centered double decrease. Over 3 pegs. Move loops to the sides to the center peg. Example: Peg 3-Peg 2- Peg 1, move loop from peg 1 to peg 2.  Move loop from peg 3 to peg 2. When working the centered peg, treat all loops as one loop.

yo=yarn over

INSTRUCTIONS

Cast on 136 sts, prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1: k to end of end.

Row 2: p to end of end.

Repeat last two rows, 9 more times (20 rows total).

Row 21: k3, *k1, yo, k3, cdd, k3, yo; rep from * to last 3 sts, k3.

Row 22: p3, k130, p3.

Row 23: k3, *k2, yo, k2, cdd, k2, yo, k1; rep from * to last 3 sts, k3.

Row 24: p3, k130, p3.

Row 25: k3, *k3, yo, k1, cdd, k1, yo, k2; rep from * to last 3 sts, k3.

Row 26: p3, k130, p3.

Row 27: k3, *k4, yo, cdd, yo, k3; rep from * to last 3 sts, k3.

Row 28: p3, k130, p3.

Repeat Rows 1-28 until panel measures approximately 34 inches from cast on edge (about 10 total repeats of Rows 1-28), ending on a Row 28.

Repeat Rows 1-20.

Bind off with basic bind off method. Weave all ends in. Steam block.

The lace stitch pattern used in this baby blanket, is the same one used for the Baby Buttercup Skirt shown in this video.

Isela Phelps, known in the loom knitting community as “Purling Sprite”. She is the author of the best-seller loom knitting series, Loom Knitting Primer.  She maintains a blog at purlingsprite.com

Have questions or comments for Isela? Feel free to leave a comment below!

7 Comments

  • I have tried 5 times to do this pattern and every single time my stitches are too tight. I have made the ultra loose but they still seem to be too tight. Any suggestions?

  • What yarn are you using? The yarn that was used in this pattern is a natural yarn so it has inherent elasticity. The sample knitted also knitted the stitches loosely. What knit stitch are you using? If you are using the flat stitch or u-stitch, try the true knit stitch instead.

  • I would love to make this blanket for my great-grandson for his baptism.I am new to loom knitting but am a fast learner. Can I knit this on the Afghan loom?

  • Absolutely! The gauge may vary slightly, but you should be able to knit it on that loom.

  • I would like to make this blanket what yarn can I substitute it with?

  • Isela, This is a ? about the Autumn Slouch hat. The last instructions say repeat rows 13 and 14 which is 10 and 11 If I understand correctly, I now have 3 YO and the next round is
    K2tog. It seems like to get the 2 extra elongated stitches off the loom I am missing a knit or purl row ?

    Thanks for your help Betty

  • Any other that has a nice drape to it, typically one with a natural fiber.

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Jul 29, 2018

Mila Purse

Designed by Isela Phelps

A small purse can be the perfect accent piece for your next event. The Mila purse depicts a horizontal chunky 8-stitch cable amidst purls. Chunky cables are possible on the knitting looms! Check out the Zippy Loom Knit Cables to learn the new technique! 

LOOM:  Rotating Double Knit Loom, outer ring only.

YARN:  100% mercerized wool. Red Heart Chic Sheep was used in sample [3.5oz/100g, 186yd/170m 2 skeins in Sterling color.

NOTIONS:  knitting tool, tapestry needle, D shaped handles (pair) 8-1/8”x 4”

GAUGE: 9.5 sts x 15 rows= 2 inches in stockinette

SIZE:  Approx 10” wide x 9” tall (assembled).

ABBREVIATIONS

k=knit stitch

p=purl stitch

st(s)=stitch(es)

8st LC =8 stitch Left Cable

NOTE

The pattern uses the doubling-stitch peg technique illustrated in booklet Zippy Loom Knit Cables

INSTRUCTIONS

Panel 1

Cast on 52 stitches from left to right on your knitting loom as follows: A stitch per peg on first 8 pegs, 4 stitches on the 9th peg, 4 stitches on the 10th peg, then 36 stitches, one per peg. Prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1: k to end of row (make sure you knit each individual stitch on the pegs (9 and 10) with multiple stitches)

Row 2: p until you reach peg 9 (the first peg with the multiple stitches), k8 (knit the 8 stitches that are on peg 9 and 10), p to the end of row.

Row 3: k to end of row (make sure you knit each individual stitch on the pegs (9 and 10) with multiple stitches)

Row 4: p until you reach peg 9 (the first peg with the multiple stitches), k8 (knit the 8 stitches that are on peg 9 and 10), p to the end of row..

Row 5: k to end of row (make sure you knit each individual stitch on the pegs (9 and 10) with multiple stitches)

Row 6: p until you reach peg 9 (the first peg with the multiple stitches), k8 (knit the 8 stitches that are on peg 9 and 10), p to the end of row.

Row 7: k36, *8stLC (these stitches are on the two pegs), k to end of row.

Row 8: p until you reach peg 9 (the first peg with the multiple stitches), k8 (knit the 8 stitches that are on peg 9 and 10), p to the end of row.

Repeat Rows 1-8 until panel measures approximately 12 inches from cast on edge.

Repeat Rows 1-6.

Bind off with basic bind off method.

Panel 2

Cast on 52 sts (from left to right), prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1: p to end of row.

Row 2: k to end of row.

Repeat Row 1 and Row 2 until panel measures approximately 12 inches from cast on edge.

(Tip: count the number of garter stitch ridges on first panel, and do the same number of garter stitch ridges on second panel).

Assembly

Note: the panel direction is sideways so that the cable lays horizontally.

 

Before sewing the sides of the bag, sew the handles in place.

 

Once the handles are secured, seam around the bag, starting on one side, then down the bottom of the bag, then up the other side of the bag.

Weave ends in.

 

2 Comments

  • I’m hoping you can answer a question for me. I have the original 30″ metal peg loom. It double knits but I would like to set it up for single knit. However it doesn’t have any connector pegs like come with the 18 &20″ boards. Do you know where I can get some?

  • I have a off topic question about socks.
    Your you tube sock tut using the orange sock loom was very helpful and easy to follow.
    My sock at the toe end has, what I call, an ear on each side of the toe. The sock won’t follow the contour of my foot, it sticks out on each side.
    My question is
    Can I eliminate 2 w&t on each side and then would I just not do anything to those pegs until the last round where I just knit all the pegs?
    I wouldn’t have been able to make a sock without your tut. The hardest thing for me was to do the kitchner stitch.
    Thank you Isela

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Jul 27, 2018

Zippy Plush Scarf

 

LOOM:  Zippy Loom

 

YARN: Walmart Mainstay Chunky, silver color, 1 ball.

 

STICH: Ewrap knit stitch

 

SIZE: 4″ x 70”

 

INSTRUCTIONS
Cast on 4 stitches on Zippy Loom.

 

Row 1: Work in ewrap stitch to end.
Next row: Repeat row 1 until scarf reaches 72”or desired length.
Bind off stitches with basic bind off method.
Weave ends in.
Your scarf is complete!!
Wear it proudly. You made it!!
Video tutorial on each step:

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Jul 21, 2018

Heart Hat Band

The hat band is like a headband, only wider.  Not quite a hat, as the top is open for the hair to fly free, or to tuck it all in.  Fun to wear, and just enough to keep your ears warm.

LOOM:  ‘Rotating’ Double Knit Loom, working in round

YARN: Sample uses Lamb’s Pride Bulky, 85% wool,15% Mohair, #5. 125 yds per skein, one skein of Peacock (main) and ½ skein Lt Blue (blue)

STITCHES:  Rib and Stockinette

NOTIONS:  Knit hook, Crochet hook, 5 stitch markers

SIZE:  5.5” wide and 24” circumference

GAUGE:  3 st X 4 rnds=1 inch

Abbreviations:

Rnd(s)=round(s),  St(s)=Stitch(s),

Place a stitch marker on peg 5, 16, 26, 35, 46, counting from beginning peg 1.  The pegs with stitch markers will always be at center of heart.

These pegs will be the bottom point of each heart design. Cast on 52 pegs in double knit to work in the round, using main color.  Lay anchor yarn.  It will be removed.

Rnds 1-8:  Work in Rib stitch

 

Rnd 9-16 will be the heart design rnds, as numbered 1-8 in the graph.

Rnd 9 (#1 of graph):  Tie on blue yarn at peg 5.  Wrap peg 5, front to back, no twist.  Carry yarn thru center of looms and wrap all 5 stitches, front to back, at stitch markers.  Lay blue yarn down without cutting it.

Pick up main color yarn and work in Rib st on all pegs that are not covered with blue yarn.

Work row on all stitches.

Rnd 10 (#2 of graph):  Work with blue yarn at all stitch markers covering 3 stitches with the stitch marker being the center peg.  This means to wrap sts 4,5,6 on this round and likewise of all the design pegs.  Complete the rnd with the main color in rib stitch.  Work rnd.

Rnd 11 (#3 of graph):  Work with blue yarn at all stitch markers covering 5 stitches (2 on each side of center peg).  Complete rnd with main yarn in rib stitch.  Work rnd.

Rnd 12 (#4 of graph):  Work with blue yarn at all stitch markers covering 7 stitches (3 on each side of center peg)

Complete rnd with main yarn in rib stitch, and work rnd.

Rnd 13 (#5 of graph):  Work with blue yarn at all stitch markers covering 9 stitches (4 on each side of center peg)

Complete rnd with main color, and work rnd.

Rnd 14 (#6 of graph):  Repeat rnd 13.

Rnd 15 (#7 of graph):  Repeat rnd 13 except skip center peg.  (4 on each side of center peg, skip center peg, and 4 on right of center peg.  Complete rnd with main color and be sure to work center peg with main color.  Hook over all pegs.

Rnd 16 (#8 of graph): Work with blue color on 2 sts, skip 3 center pegs, and work 2 pegs on right side of center.  Complete rnd with main color. Hook over all pegs.  Cut blue yarn and tie to main yarn.  Tuck yarn tail into knit.  End of design rnds.  You will have 5 blue heart designs with either 1 or 2 sts between.

Rnds 17-24:  Rib stitch all stitches.

Bind off loom with basic crochet bind off keeping the edge loose.  Once off the loom, bind off at anchor yarn with basic bind off.  Weave in all yarn tails.  Remove the anchor yarn.

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Jul 13, 2018

Plushy Zippy Blanket

4 Hour Project! Great pattern for beginners just learning to knit!! Super easy, one stitch, and 4 color changes.

LOOM:  (4) Zippy Looms and (4) Zippy Corners 20 pegs total, or Zippy Master Set.

YARN:  Approx 160 yds total. 5 balls of Mainstay Chunky Yarn #6 super bulky yarn was used in sample. 2 colors: (2) white and (3) teal. 100% polyester chenille.

STITCHES: E-wrap knit

NOTIONS:  Knitting tool, tapestry needle, crochet hook (size S/19.0mm), one stitch marker

SIZE:  26” wide x 68” long

GAUGE:  3.5 stitches x 5 rows = 4” in e-wrap knit stitch

NOTES: A=White color yarn;  B=Teal color yarn. This blanket is knit in 5 color sections. One ball of yarn per section.

INSTRUCTIONS

Assemble (4) Zippy Looms and (4) Zippy Corners in a square, total 20 pegs.

Mark the first peg with a stitch marker.

Using color B, cast on 20 stitches, prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1: E-wrap knit to the end of row.

Repeat Row 1 until end of yarn ball and you are back to first peg.

Tie on new color A at the beginning of the next row.  The first peg is wrapped with new color.

Repeat process of e-wrap.

Continue alternating colors, one ball of yarn per section.

After 5 sections of color, ending with B teal color, bind off with basic bind off method. Weave in ends.

 

7 Comments

  • Hello. Is this a blanket or a shawl? As in the picture it appears to be more likea shawl.
    Thank you.

  • Love seeing all of the posted patterns

  • I want to make the visor beanie can not find a place to comment What peg is used for cast on, then do the visor then do row 6-11 starting with peg 1

    Am I attaching the firs row of visor to row 5? When visor is done where do I find row 5 to knit 6-11

    I can not quite get it clear in my head

    Thanks for all your help

  • It is a blanket but it is wide enough to be a shawl. It is more like a lap-blanket

  • Beautiful lap blanket
    Please help with sock video

  • What wool did you use for this?

  • Can this be made o the all in one loom using worsted woool?

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