Finding a darling, cool pattern that you want to create can be so exciting! It’s the right size, perfect for your skill level and you can’t wait to make one just like the one in the photo! Until you search up the yarn used in the pattern
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.
When it comes to increasing and decreasing in double-loom knitting, it’s easier than you think!
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.
So there you are, happily cozy and loom knitting the most beautiful project you’ve done yet. Then, out of the corner of your eye, you notice the mistake you made a couple of rows down. The feeling of horror slowly overtakes you, your heart drops and little beads of sweat break out on your brow. [ Read more… ]
Same stitch, larger loom and smaller yarn. Look at the difference!
Here’s a fabulous, easy bind-off technique for the double-knit loom. First, a quick video and then written instructions (with photos!).
There are two types of loom knitting: single-knit and double-knit. Single-knit uses one row or circle of pegs when wrapping yarn. Double-knit uses two horizontal rows of pegs and yarn is wrapped back and forth between the two rows.