I’ve been wanting to create something we can all work on together and here it is! This beautiful double-knit loom piece is the perfect size for a wall hanging – 25” x 25”. However, by adding more blocks, it can easily grow into a beautiful blanket.
What a darling little sweater to make for the little one in your life! Another cute pattern from Knittingboard.
I saw this pretty rose pattern at the same time I got a new pair of glasses. Aha! I’ll make an eyeglass case! Well, it came out a little bigger than that. So, instead, here is a darling little case for pencils, make-up, any little thing you’d like to use it for.
The day I have been waiting for is finally here! My brand new video course, Everything Double-Knit Loom Knitting is here and I couldn’t be more thrilled about it!
I had some leftover yarn from a baby blanket and thought I’d like to make something soft and pastelly (is that a word?) with little hearts. Here’s what I came up with!
For those of you who love the Rotating Double Knit Loom, check out this gorgeous scarf pattern from the Knitting Board!
When I saw a pillow with this design, I just had to create a pattern to double-knit loom knit. And here is the result! All ready to turn it into a pillow to grace our couch over the holidays! Never used a color chart? Read on…
When I saw this darling eyelet sleeveless top on Mama In A Stitch’s page, I had to convert this pattern to the double-knit loom. I chose to use the same yarn that Jessica used in her pattern – knitting with 2 strands of different colored LB Cotton Jeans yarn. The gauge matched perfectly using [ Read more… ]