Tami Walsh, a great, long-time friend of Loom Knit Central, creates the most amazing projects using the double-knit loom technique. We had to get the scoop on how she creates these fabulous pieces.
Finding knitting patterns specifically for the double-knit loom can be challenging, as you all know. However, converting a traditional knit pattern to double-knit does not need to be difficult. Here are a few easy, traditional knit patterns I’ve run across lately that are just as easy to convert to double-knit.
The Authentic Knitting Board Company came out with the Rotating Double Knit Loom and I finally got my hands on it. I have never been good at single-knit loom knitting so when I saw I could create hats using the double-knit loom knitting method, I was so excited!
Laddering is the gap or stretchy stitching you see when working on larger projects. Not only is it annoying but frustrating Here’s an easy way to avoid this problem.
How do you decrease stitches when loom knitting the rib stitch? In order to keep the rib stitch pattern, we have to decrease a little differently. Here’s how.
Have you started a pattern binder to keep all the pdf’s of your craft patterns yet? Here’s a great way to organize all the patterns you have as well as the projects you are working on.
When I created the post for the Houndstooth motif pattern, I fell in love with it. So much so, I decided I wanted a cute clutch in that pattern to go along with a pretty dark suit I wear.
Most people think that to create a fun double-knit heart pattern, you have to be an expert loom knitter. But that’s not true. Creating a project using a pattern is much easier than you think. Let’s take a look: