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Lanas y Ovillos. Video Tutorial NOTES: Work all rows taking only the back loop Back partRow 1: Chain 68Row 2: 66 half double crochetRow 3: 1 increase, 65 half double crochetRow 4: 66 half double crochet, 1 increaseRows 5-9: Repeat rows 3-4.

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Loom Gauge Charts, Notes and Looms - GoodKnit Kisses. Gauge of Knitting is determined by several factors but for this article we’ll discuss one part; the measurement from the center of one peg to the next; C2C Peg Spacing (Center to Center) on your knitting loom.

Loom Gauge Charts, Notes and Looms - GoodKnit Kisses

Loom gauge is the distance the yarn travels from one peg to another which makes up 1 stitch. The measurement from the center of one peg to the next is called C2C Peg Spacing (Center to Center). Some looms with peg and pin systems do not measure C2C. Also, the diameter of a peg can change the gauge. Uk.pinterest. Loom FAQs: How do I convert? « Knitting Board Blog. When looking through all the questions regarding loom knitting, there are always several different questions pertaining to patterns that are not loom knit.

Loom FAQs: How do I convert? « Knitting Board Blog

Can I use knit patterns for needles on the loom? How do I convert a needle pattern to the loom? How can this crochet pattern be made on a loom? And usually a lot of begging and pleading for someone to PLEASE convert this for good of loomers everywhere… How to translate a needle knit pattern for a loom. Ok, loom-knitters, as promised, I have a little something extra special for you today.

How to translate a needle knit pattern for a loom

Not only am I going to share the loom version of the simple ribbed earwarmer from this collection with you, but I’m going to explain to you how I convert a needle-knit pattern to a loom-knit pattern. And there will be a video, too. See? Converting Knitting Patterns to Loom - GoodKnit Kisses. The task of converting knitting patterns to loom can seem scary but it doesn’t have to be.

Converting Knitting Patterns to Loom - GoodKnit Kisses

There are hundreds of loom patterns on Ravelry (to date nearly 1000 on Ravelry alone). However, there are thousands upon thousands more needle and stitch patterns to be found. This makes converting knitting patterns to loom necessary, should you wish to dive into a pattern originally made on needles. Converting needle knitting patterns to the looms. Step 1: Determine which Rows are Right Side (RS) and which are Wrong Side (WS) The first thing you need to do whenever you want to convert a pattern is determine which row is the right side (RS) of the fabric and which is the wrong side (WS).

converting needle knitting patterns to the looms

Needle knitting, unlike loom knitting, switches back and forth between knitting on the RS and the WS of the fabric. Since loom knitting is always done on the RS of the fabric, WS rows in needle knitting patterns need to be converted. Converting a stitch means using the opposite stitch, for example, a knit stitch for a purl stitch or a purl stitch for a knit stitch. A complete table of converted stitches is available under Converting Stitches. Converting needle knitting patterns to the looms. Step 1: Determine which Rows are Right Side (RS) and which are Wrong Side (WS) The first thing you need to do whenever you want to convert a pattern is determine which row is the right side (RS) of the fabric and which is the wrong side (WS).

converting needle knitting patterns to the looms

Needle knitting, unlike loom knitting, switches back and forth between knitting on the RS and the WS of the fabric. Since loom knitting is always done on the RS of the fabric, WS rows in needle knitting patterns need to be converted. Converting a stitch means using the opposite stitch, for example, a knit stitch for a purl stitch or a purl stitch for a knit stitch.