Loom Knit Cables Tutorial

Note, this tutorial is old (2002), I am rehousing it from my other website. I don’t want to lose it and I think people may find it useful, although the knitting looms shown are no longer being manufactured, the techniques still apply to other knitting looms. This is a PDF document.

Loom Knit Windsor Tie

Loom knit tie with this video tutorial

Learn to Loom Knit Cables Tutorial

This tutorial was for sale. I am making it available free of charge. Please grab a copy.   


After I posted the posts about the k2tog and the k3tog, which were not new but they were buried in the files with the patterns. Anyways, after posting those to tutorials, someone asked about a k2togtbl and what it meant. Okay, a k2togtbl simply stands for a knit two stitches together (k2tog) through the backContinue reading “k2togtbl”

Decreasing: k2tog and ssk

When you decrease, you are removing stitches from your knitting, making that area narrower. The most common decrease is known as the k2tog (knit two stitches together). The k2tog creates a decrease that slants to the right. How does it need to look: When you do a k2tog, you need the second stitch to stayContinue reading “Decreasing: k2tog and ssk”

Standard Stitches

We all have seen it on patterns, stuff like Garter Stitch, Stockinette, Ribbing, double Ribbing, but what does it all mean? If you are new to the world of loom knitting or knitting in general, these terms are unknown to you and as such may make a pattern that is really simple into something quiteContinue reading “Standard Stitches”