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Loom knitting has gained popularity over the past few years. It provides a way to create knitted fabric without the use of knitting needles. The dexterity needed for using a knitting loom is minimal, making them the perfect tool to learn to knit for both children and adults. Next time you are at your local craft store, pick up a set of knitting looms and a skein of yarn and take a couple of hours to create a hand knit heirloom.

The patterns in this website have been created over a period of time using some of the most popular knitting looms on the market, such as Provo Craft's Knifty Knitters and Decor Accents, Inc. The designs were created by Isela Phelps, author of Loom Knitting Primer: a Beginner's Guide to Loom Knitting.

Happy Looming!

 

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  1. MY NAME IS MILDRED THOMAS NEW LOOM KNITTING IT FUN.I WOULD LIKE ONE OFF YOUR DVD I GOT YOUR BOOK I, CAN NOT GET IT WITH THE BOOKS,PLEASE SEND ME A PRICE LIST THANK U

  2. Good morning Isela.
    I was looking at your website here, and I noticed that you have the directions for Stockinette Stitch and Garter Stitch mixed up.
    Yes, you do.
    Don’t believe me? Tell you what . . . follow both sets of directions, and see what you get.
    It’s OK though, Lots of folk get them mixed up, due to both stitch names having to do with stockings.
    Love the huge button on your daughter’s little capelet tho, really finishes it off perfectly.
    Gotta go, off to look at patterns . . . for knitting, of course!
    signed–AnOldeSoul

  3. Hi Deborah,
    Thanks for stopping by the website.
    Thank you for looking at the stitches, however, the stitches are
    correct for loom knitting. In loom knitting the right side faces the
    knitter at all times unlike needle knitting where you have a right
    and wrong side facing the knitter.
    Isela

  4. I’d love to try this loom knitting. Will check on some craft stores and get a few things to get me started. Please post more for some instructions. Thanks.

  5. hi lsela got all of your book . in one of your book the loom knitting primer .that pattern call the simple hat. i did the hat but didnot how to do the decrease of the crown. do u have a video on decreaseing you can email me mildchilds@yahoo.come.
    thk u

  6. The Daloom site had a tutorial “create a flat panel” I was learning from. Will you have that tutorial on this site too?
    Thank you,
    Theresa Nelson, Oklahoma

  7. Could you explain the differences in the looms please. I have found different sets of round looms by different manufacturers and am unsure about which one to purchase. For instance, Darice offers a set of 4 round looms as does Knifty Knitter by Provo Clark. Are they basically the same? Thanks Denise

  8. Hi Denise,
    I have only seen the Provo Craft Knifty Knitter looms. I am not
    familiar with the Darice ones. You can count the peg numbers and if
    they are same, then both sets should be about the same to use them.
    Where did you find the Darice? If they are online, perhaps I can
    look at them and tell you some of the similarities/differences.
    Isela

  9. i am just getting inti loom knitting and love it( so far just hats, scarves). I also purchased looms from daloom, i am now looking for basic instruction on how to do the different stitches. I will order the books, just would like to get started now as I already have the looms. Are there any on-line instructions? I would also be interested in DVD instructions.
    Thanks

  10. Hi Isela, I just purchased your latest book “stylish accessories knitted on a hand loom’, I love it…I really want to knit the Lariat Long Necklace on page 134 BUT I can’t figure out what ‘kfb’ stands for…I cannot find it defined in the book anywhere..Please let me know what it means..
    Thanks

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