I bought my first set of Knifty Knitter looms at my local Wal-Mart.home jeremy roloff shurtless corbin fisher dawson fucks downloads
I took the long looms and some yarn to work with me to play with at break time.Although my looms came with no instructions, I was soon working on my first scarf using the no wrap stitch.
Since then, I've made dozens of scarves on these "Knifty" looms.I've learned along the way what works and what doesn't.
Here is a collection of my favorite patterns for knitting scarves on the Knifty Knitter looms: the no wrap, figure eight and honeycomb scarves.There is also a free pattern to knit a scarf on the round Knifty Knitter looms.Basic Scarf Instructions for the Knifty...Knitting a Scarf on a Round Knifty Knitt...Scarf Pattern Featuring the No Wrap Stit...Knifty Knitter Scarf Pattern with the Ho...Basic Scarf Instructions for the Knifty...Knitting a Scarf on a Round Knifty Knitt...Scarf Pattern Featuring the No Wrap Stit...Knifty Knitter Scarf Pattern with the Ho...Free Knifty Knitter Scarf Pattern with t...Multicolored Scarf Done with a Figure 8...Basket Weave Scarf for the Knifty Knitte...How Do You End, or Finish, a Knifty Knit...More Photos of the Eight Wrap Scarf done...Photos of the Figure Eight Scarf Done wi...Share "Knifty Knitter Scarf Pattern...What You Will Need: 1 skein of bulky weight yarn, or 2 skeins of medium to light weight yarn Knifty Knitter Long Knitting Loom The 10 inch pink loom is used in this demonstration, but any long loom can be used.If you are using 2 skeins of yarn, wrap the yarn with both yarns as if they are one.This is also demonstrated in the photos below.1Wrap the yarn around the anchor peg at either end of the loom.The anchor peg is the one that is perpendicular to the other pegs.I prefer to use a slip knot to secure the yarn.2Wrap the peg closest to the anchor peg in a "cursive e" with the yarn.The top of the cursive e should face the outside of the loom and the crisscross of the e should be on the inside of the loom.Draw the yarn across to the other side of the loom and wrap the next peg.Continue wrapping back and forth across the loom in a figure 8 motion until the yarn has reached the desired width.(If you are using the pink loom, you'll want to wrap the entire loom for a scarf.) 3When you reach the last peg, you don't need to wrap it.Simply draw the yarn around it without crossing it as seen in this photo.