Flexee Loom Links

Introducing a revolution in loom knitting – Flexee Loom ‘patent pending’ Links. Snap links together to create a FLEXIBLE knitting loom!  Now you can custom build your own knitting loom with the exact peg count needed for your project. The kit can create several small looms or one large loom using all your links.  You decide the size and shape you want to create!

The Flexee Links are now available in  3 sizes, Flexee Loom Links Skinny – 3/8″ gauge for thin, worsted weight yarn, Flexee Loom Links Regular  1/2″ gauge for medium weight yarn and Flexee Loom Links Chunky – 5/8″ gauge for thick, bulky weight yarn.

Kits consist of straight and rotating links. The rotating links have a rounded ends for optimum rotating and flexibility. The straight links have square ends that can be used to create straight loom sections, or they can be used in conjunction with round links to give your rounded shape more structure.






  • Create any size loom!
  • Loom sits right on your lap, no need to have a large space.
  • Color coordinate your links to mark your stitches.
  • Increase and decrease easily, while knitting.
  • Do small weaving projects with straight links.
  • It’s super fun to connect and build your custom loom!

Flexee Loom Skinny Includes:  48 small gauge links (32 rounded links and 16 straight links). It’s a total of 96 pegs.

Flexee Loom Chunky Includes: 36 large gauge links (24 rounded links and 12 straight links). It’s total of 72 pegs.

Flexee Loom Regular Includes: 42 regular gauge links (30 rounded links and 12 straight links). It’s total of 84 pegs.

Flexee Loom Reference Chart for all sizes.

Buy your Flexee Loom Links today and let the FUN begin!

Flexee Loom Reference Chart




26 thoughts on “Flexee Loom Links

  1. This looks cool but one concern would be how to keep it in a circle . It to me looks to flexible. I like the to colors . This is good for knit two ,purl two.

  2. It does have some structure to it when in a circle, but you don’t need to keep it in a circle shape. You can just hold the section you are working on and then turn it.

  3. What is the center to center distance between the pegs? I use the old purple adult loom which has 48 pegs, 5/8″ apart so it seems that 72 pegs would make a HUGE hat. I’ve been looking for something with 42 pegs that would be inbetween the 36 and 48 peg options. Looks very interesting.

  4. Could I buy more than one set and join them? That would allow me to do large projects (like a blanket) without having to sew it.

  5. Hi Milton, The Chunky has 5/8″ spacing, and the Skinny has 3/8″ spacing. And yes you can link together any amount of links to create any ‘even’ peg count.

  6. Have you tried making a single peg for the Flexee Looms to make an odd numbered pattern?

  7. I have used the flexee loom skinny on a couple of projects and really like it. I used it to make a pair if socks doing them simultaneously and I made a dragon tail scarf that I was able to add links as needed.

    I am hoping that you will also do a flexee loom in 1/4 inch guage. That would be awesome to make socks using sock yarn

  8. I’m trying to learn how to knit. How do I start on this loom? I want to start with making a scarf.

  9. Is there an instruction guide?
    I’ve never used one before and feel that I need some sort of direction …

  10. I like this loom very much but please make a Flexee Loom Link with three pegs so that I can make an odd numbered pattern on a round loom!!!! Greetings from the Netherlands

  11. Please create a few 3 peg links to accommodate patterns with (odd) peg requirements. Including 2 or 3 3 peg pieces in each kit would make these perfect

  12. I’m new to the whole loom kitting and would love to know how many links/ pegs for every size hat ? Can’t seem to find any information online

  13. I bought the purple set — medium weight — it is terrific !! I loom knit using a wood “S” shape
    loom & it gets heavy after awhile. I tried the adjustable loom but it too lightweight but these
    flexee looms are the best. They are a good heavyweight plastic — some looms are very light
    weight & break very easy if not careful when choosing the correct loom weight.

  14. I concur with those who have said to make a sock gauge loom. Also look forward to the odd number solution. If it’s available I missed it.
    One question what does it mean for the chunky loom version 2020? (Odd # solution??)
    Thanks, my looms should be here soon. Yea.

  15. Thank you for your feedback. We have a finer gauge in our horizons. In respect to the odd number solution, we have released a 3-peg link for all three available gauges.

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