A knifty knitter is a type of knitting loom. Knitting looms are easy to work with and very helpful for beginners struggling with yarn tension. You can make a blanket using the knifty knitter long looms. Large pieces of knit tend to roll around the edges when knitted on a loom, so we are going to make blocks of fabric on the knifty knitter loom and stitch them together.
Things You'll Need
Long blue knifty knitter loom
light weight yarn
Using two pieces of yarn at once, make a slip knot. Secure the slip knot to the end of the knifty knitter loom.
Knit 5 rows of ribbed stitches using both yarns as if they are one.
If you are unfamiliar with how to make a ribbed stitch on the Knifty Knitter loom, they are fully explained in the article "How to Knit Ribbed Stitches," in the resource section below.
Knit 5 rows of alternated ribbed stitches, also known as interrupt stitches, using both yarns as if they are one.
If you are unfamiliar with how to make interrupt stitches on a Knifty Knitter loom, they are fully explained in the article "How to Knit Alternated Ribbed Stitches," in the resource section below.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you have a panel that is 75 rows long.
Sew through each loop twice before removing it from the knitting loom.
Use a mattress stitch to connect the panels of knitting together.