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
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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.