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Tutorials - Loom Knitting

Tutorials - Loom Knitting

Stitches - The Knifty Knitter Making the Double Ribbed StitchAs mentioned above, the double ribbed stitch can be done following the knit 2, purl 2 pattern. That is how it is done on a round loom. However, there is an easier way to make this stitch on the long loom. The important thing to remember about this wrap is that you are tracing the yarn back across the loom exactly as it was placed the first time. When you've reached the last peg, simply loop around as seen on the lower right peg of the photo. Once you've wrapped two rows of the double ribbed stitch, you can knit off by using the Knifty Knitter hook that comes with the loom sets to gently lift the bottom loop outward, over and off the peg. There is now one row left on each peg. The Finished Knit of the Double Ribbed StitchHere is a photo of finished double ribbed knit done on the Knifty Knitter long loom.This knit is light and airy because it was done with only one strand of light-weight cotton yarn. Double Ribbed Stitch for the Round Knifty Knitter Looms

macrame instructions - introduction Macramé is the art of decorative knotting. I am attempting, in the pages shown here, to teach you the basic knots which you can then use to create your own original designs. This is not meant to be a comprehensive course in macramé but I hope to provide information to get you started. I will periodically add new design ideas and tips to this site. The two most commonly used knots are the square knot and the double half hitch. My macramé designs are based on creative variations using almost exclusively these two knots. Cords can be mounted on a dowel or on a horizontal cord using the simple lark's head or the double half hitch for mounting cords. MATERIALS TO START WITH-the essentials knotting board or foam core T pins (available at most craft supply or sewing stores) scissors cord or twine (seine twine, hemp, and jute work well)

rostitchery: i'm a knifty knitter! it's taking a while to get pictures of the opera costumes, but i've been SO eager to get back to regular posting that i'm just going to move on and post pictures as i get them. the fallout from the opera--all 72 costumes of it--is that i can't bear the thought of sewing right now, so with the cold weather coming, i've been KNITTING! and not just any knitting either, i picked up a set of knifty knitter looms and just as usual, i've been trying to figure out ways to do things on my own. actually, i've been forced to do so--there is a pitiful dearth of patterns or techniques available for these neat little gadgets, so naturally i had to come up with something. my first completed project was this little bumblebee hat for ella (click to see enlargement): there--i hope you are duly impressed with my ingenuity. :) whether or not the techniques i used to make this hat are "legal", i don't know, but they worked, and here is the pattern as best as i can explain it:

Loom Knitting with Isela The Zippy Iva Headband is modeled after the double knit Iva Headband, modeled after it, it splits in the middle to create the accent at the forehead. Worked on the Zippy loom with super bulky yarn in less than 30 minutes! Knitting loom: Zippy loom (2 Zippy looms, connected together). Yarn: Approx 20 yds of super bulky acrylic yarn. Notions: knitting tool, big eye tapestry needle. Size: fits up to 21 inch head. Gauge: 5 sts x 9 rows= 4 inches (in stockinette, using the Knit Stitch/U Stitch). Other: hair elastic (pony holder) Pattern notes: Connect the two Zippy looms together. Position the stitches at the middle of the knitting loom to have empty pegs at each end. Cast on 4 stitches Row 1-8: knit to end of row. Row 9: Increase at the beginning of the row (ewrap the empty peg to the right). Row 10: Increase at the beginning of the row (ewrap the empty peg to the left). Row 11-18: knit to the end of row. Work the next 4 rows on ONLY the first 3 pegs. Next 4 rows: knit to the end of row.

May 2007 I was asked this question recently, how do I find time to knit. I honestly do take a knitting bag with me nearly everywhere. There have been times I've been tempted to take a small project along to work on while standing in line at the grocery store. I don't know why I have to spend more time in line waiting to pay for my things than I spent gathering them from the store shelves. When I was working on my book, there were times I knit in the car, but just while sitting at leap year red lights. I didn't keep that up for long, as I quickly realized I was not setting a very good example for my daughter, who is old enough to remember this when she starts driving in a few short years! The trick to knitting on the go is to work on simple and/or small projects. Things that don't work for short bursts of knitting are complex stitch patterns, complex color patterns, and large projects that get bulky and heavy to carry around. So where do I take my knitting?

Tutorials Classes Offered Wool Crafting Classes: Needle Felting, Traditional Felt Making, Hand Spinning, Dye in the Wool. Loom Knitting Basics & Beyond! Class Information & Schedule, send email to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Denise Layman - Knitting Without Needles Loom Knitting Basics Knitting Board Instructions Markman Farm Loom Knitting Glossary & Instructions Cast On- Understanding the Basic E-wrap This stitch is called the E-wrap, Twisted Knit Stitch and the Single Stitch. To begin, make a slip knot and place it on peg #1. Begin with an e-wrap and wrap the pegs (in single stitch, that is, 2 stitches wrapped onto the loom, knit off 1 over 1). To wrap the second row, come back behind the last peg, re-wrap it (for 2 stitches on that peg) and wrap the next peg and so on until you've reached the first peg. Knit off; to knit off, pull the bottom stitch over and off the peg, leaving one stitch on the peg.

Scherenschnitte Summer 2009 6 months [12 months, 18 months, 2T, 4T, 6, 8] Shown in size 6 Months Chest: 18 [20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30] inches Length: 10 [11, 12, 13, 15.5, 17, 19] inches Dream In Color Classy [100% Superwash Merino; 250 yards/229 meters per 4 ounce./113 gram skein]; Go Go Grassy; 1 [1, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3] skeins Recommended needle sizes US #5/3.75mm double-point needles US #5/3.75mm straight or circular needles US #7/4.5mm straight or circular needles (or size to obtain gauge) Notions Cable Needle Stitch Markers Stitch holder Tapestry Needle 2 buttons 26 sts and 28rows = 4" in Cable Pattern on larger needles. Pattern Notes Sizes 6 months and 12 months are designed with buttons at the shoulder to simplify pulling the vest over infant heads. Using smaller size needles, cast on 60[66, 74, 80, 86, 92, 100] sts using the long tail cast on. Working edge sts as they appear, complete chart through Row 28, then work Rows 1-28 of chart 0[1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 2] more times, then work Rows 1-5 of chart once more. Neck Ribbing

Loom Knitting Help Purling Sprite : Knitting Board Patterns A loomy pattern coming your way! I found this scarf in my stash room, the only thing that was missing from being and FO was the bind off--I remember starting this scarf about a year ago, hehehe, I am a procrastinator for sure! This scarf was knitted on a knitting board with 14 pegs, using the stockinette stitch. Quicky pattern Materials: Knitting board with at least 14 pegs (14 pegs on each rail). Yarn: 2.4 oz of worsted weight wool. Gauge: 10 sts and 11 rows= 4 inches in stockinette stitch Instructions: With color A: Cast on 14 stitches with stockinette cast on method. Next: (continue with color A) Work 10 rows in stockinette stitch (use the same method of wrapping as in the CO above). Next: With color B: Work 12 rows in stockinette stitch. Next: With color A: Work 4 rows in stockinette stitch. At this point, you will knit two single sided panels; first panel on the front 14 pegs, second panel on the back 14 pegs. Join another skein of color A to the back rail of pegs. Weave in ends.

Chasse aux papillons Les papillons en boite qui trônaient dans le couloir de ma grand-mère, au dessus de la commode de l’entrée, ont toujours exercé sur moi une attraction étrange. J’étais à la fois subjuguée par les couleurs et la beauté de ces créatures délicates et mortifiée à l’idée qu’on les ait épinglé là sans ménagement. Surtout que les papillons étaient des créatures magiques et bienfaisantes (enfin, seulement les papillons de jour, les papillons de nuit eux étaient des bestioles maléfiques, évidemment !). Nous l’avions décidé avec quelques amies. Il ne pouvait pas en être autrement. Bref, je m’inquiétais donc fortement pour l’avenir de ma grand-mère qui avait commis le crime de lèse-majesté d’orner sa maison avec des cadavres de créatures magiques. Il y a tout juste deux ans, en me rendant chez Deyrolle, j’ai vu plus de papillons en boite que tout ce que j’avais pu voir jusque-là. Do it yourself Rien de plus simple. Pour le papillon, le pliage est vraiment très simple.

*Twisted Stitches | Gettin' It Pegged…Loom Knitter's Clique *Here are a few tutorials on how to do common techniques used frequently in Gettin’ It Pegged! patterns… The “Secret” Formula for Double Ribbing! Choices in Cast Ons & Bind Offs: detailed comparisons of popular loom knitting cast ons and bind offs available today! *Click here to download the Article on Cast On Comparisons & How-to Links. :) *Click here to download the Article on Bind Off Comparisons & How-to Links :) Loom Knitting Bind Off Comparison Video: The Scoop on Seaming: detailed comparisons of popular seaming techniques available today! *Click here to download the Article on Seaming Comparisons & How-to Links :) Working with the Half Stitch Working with Double Knit: Cast On & Bind Off Learn the Chain Lace Stitch, originally discovered right here at Gettin’ It Pegged! Here is a 3-Part Video Tutorial exploring another way to create 4-st Right Cross Cables on your loom that will hopefully help eliminate those loose sides… as well as another way to use yourCabled Mug Hugs pattern! Intro…

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