Knitted Loom Scarf Patterns You’ll Love
You’ll love these Loom Knitted Scarf Patterns and we have rounded up some popular versions for you to try.
If you were a fan of the Arm Knit Scarf and the finger knitted scarf, you will be keen to whip up these ideas out too. We are sharing a collection of ideas that includes this chunky version above. We also have a video tutorial that you’ll be keen to view.
How To Make Knitted Loom Scarf Pattern -:
In this tutorial, you will be shown how to cast on stitches on a rectangular loom, how to knit crossed stockinette stitches and how to bind off.
We highly recommend that you view the video so you can achieve the best results. Click Play above now to watch ^
Chunky Loom Scarf Free Pattern
via Lovin The Oven
This gorgeous Chunky Scarf will be the perfect addition to your wardrobe and you will find yourself making it in all your favorite colors. The clever creator is Kim from Lovin The Oven.
Multi-Colored Loom Knit Scarf
via Adventures in Loom
Nancy from Adventures In Loom has made a multi-colored version of the Infinity Scarf and we love the texture and colors.
It has a very unique appearance and shows you the different effects that you are able to achieve.
Loom Knit Two Way Braided Scarf
via Nicole F Cox
What an interesting version this stunning creation is. This Pattern is available with a number of other exceptional ideas and has been very popular. There’s something for everyone.
Knitted Loom Scarf Free Pattern
Another very pretty version of the Knitted Loom Scarf that is made using a Round Loom is this one on Instructables.
Loom Knit Infinity Scarf
via Do It Your Freakin’ Self
Chelsea from Do It Your Freakin Self has created this version on her loom and the secondary color is only a hint.
It is barely noticeable but enough to make a statement. She has a great tutorial on her site.
Second only to the Loom Knit Hat, the Loom Knit Scarf is among the easiest and most requested projects for new knitters. This post includes a basic pattern with text, pictures and a VERY detailed step by step video tutorial making it almost a guaranteed fact that will be able to make a scarf even if you have never knitted anything, ever.
After you’re done with the scarf, learn to make the hat. Both awesome projects to learn. Not to mention what a great gift can be made out of the pair. Charitable organizations such as churches and shelters are always asking for that warm combo.
Loom: Any Large Gauge Loom
Loom Hook: Any version – ( For the Grip in the Video Click HERE )
Yarn: Worsted Weight ( Knit with Two Strands )
Yarn Needle or Crochet Hook
This pattern is for a scarf that is 6 1/2 inches in Width and 6 Feet Long. Read the notes in parenthesis to customize your scarf.
Cast on:e-Warp Cast on 19 Pegs ( or 3 pegs per desired inch of width )
Knit:eWrap Knit 288 Rows ( or 4 rows per desired inch of length )
Bind-Off: Basic – Done over 2 pegs. Wrap the peg next to the one with the working yarn. We will call that peg #2 and knit off. Take the loop off that peg and move to the one with the working yarn. We will call that peg #1 and knit off. Now take that loop off peg #1 and place it on the empty peg. The peg now become peg # so wrap the one next to it and start the process again.
Modified Basic Bind-Off
To get a nice square and even end you will have to modify the Basic Bind-off. Divide the knitting in three sections. After binding off the first peg, wrap the next 2 pegs and knit-off both. Remove the loop off peg 2 and place it on peg 1, knit-off and then remove the loop from peg 1 and place it on peg 2. Not continue with the Basic Bind-off until you reach the middle of the project then modify those 2 pegs, then do the Basic Bind-off until you reach the 3rd to last peg. Do the modified version then do the Basic Bind-off for the last 2 pegs.
To Add Fringes: Watch the video below
Formula for Number of Rows
Note that there are 12 Inches per foot and that you need 4 rows of knitting for every desired inch of fabric.
Multiply the Number of Desired Inches by 4
Example: A 6 Foot Scarf
6×12 = 72 Inches (desired inches)
72×4 = 288 Rows (rows needed)
Video: Loom Knit Scarf
As always I recommend watching the whole video before attempting the project. Makes the task easier to do and gives you more confidence that the project is doable.
On this video you will learn How to
Knit with Two Strands
Make a Flat Panel (Square)
Get Clean Edges
Fix Loose Loops
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By Kristen Mangus
I love taking a stitch pattern and creating new designs from it. I created the Sisal Stitch several years ago. Using that beautiful stitch I made the Loom Knit Sisal Coal and, today, I have the Loom Knit Sisal Scarf for you.
The Sisal Scarf is a soft, richly textured scarf that knits up in no time with super bulky yarn. The stitch mimics the corded look of a woven sisal mat. This pattern is perfect for beginner loom knitters. All you need to know is how to yarnover and bind off to make this stitch pattern.
This is a perfect example of how to take a stitch pattern and turn it into a full pattern. The basic textured stitch instructions can be paired with a border or with other stitch patterns to create a unique cowl, scarf or blanket. This is what makes designing so much fun
Loom Knit Sisal Scarf Pattern
Materials list may contain affiliate links to products I use.
Premier Everyday Bulky (100g / 3.5oz, 80 m / 87 yards each) 2 balls.
Color Aqua used in sample.
5/8” Large gauge (LG) loom with at least 16 pegs.
Knitting Board ‘Premium’ Chunky Round Knitting Loom (36 pegs); sample loom.
Kiss Looms Small Gauge Short 2-Way Adjustable Loom (30 pegs) [NOTE: This loom has an adjustable gauge so you can insert 3 washers to increase the gauge to 5/8”.]
CinDWood 5/8″ gauge Adult Hat Loom (48 pegs)
2 Stitch markers
BO = Bind off – Knit Peg 1, knit Peg 2, move 2 onto 1 and knit off (bottom loop over top).
EWYO = EWrap Yarnover – Ewrap the empty peg. [NOTE: Peg must be Ewrapped to set up the stitch correctly. Do not use a yarnover that wraps only the front of the peg.]
K = Uwrap knit
Rem = Remaining
Rep = Repeat
Sl = Slip Stitch – Skip the peg.
St(s) = Stitch(es)
5 sts x 6 rows in 2” (5 cm) in sisal stitch pattern
5.75” x 60.5” (14.5 cm x 155 cm)
Scarf is worked as a flat panel.
I recommend the long tail cast on, but you may use another cast on method if you prefer. In this bulky yarn you may need to clean up a loopy edge or add fringe to finish off.
For a wider scarf cast on additional stitches. Make sure you cast on an even number of stitches.
When adding the second ball of yarn attach after the EWYO. I recommend leaving a long tail and begin working with the new ball of yarn without tying a knot. After working several rows you can weave in the ends so the join is smooth and invisible.
The following tutorial videos will teach all the skills to loom knit the Sisal Scarf:
Cast On, Sisal Stitch, and Bind off tutorials.
Cast on 16 sts.
Foundation row: K all 16 sts this row only.
Row 1: Sl 1, *BO 1, EWYO rep from * to last stitch. K1.
Row 2: Rep Row 1
Rep Rows 1-2 until knitting measures approximately 60” (76 cm); end after completing a Row 2.
Row 3: Sl 1, K rem sts
Use Basic Bind off. Weave in all remaining ends.
Optional Fringe Edge:
Use one more ball of same yarn or another color to add fringe on both ends.
Optional Infinity Scarf:
After Basic Bind off leave a long tail (about 2-3 times the width of your scarf). Thread yarn tail onto tapestry needle and seam cast on and bind off edges together using the mattress stitch. Weave in all remaining ends.
Loom Knit Sisal Stitch Tutorial:
Skills used to make the Loom Knit Sisal Scarf:
Long Tail Cast On
Basic Bind Off (video set to begin at bind off)
The loom knit scarf is one of the easiest and most demanded scarf patterns for beginners. The new knitters make requests for the loom knitted scarves most of the time. It requires a basic pattern and a few techniques to create a fantastic loom knit scarf. One can easily refer to the step by step videos and instructions with helpful pictures and we can guarantee you will be able to knit a loom scarf quite easily even if have never knit anything before. These are awesome knitting projects to learn and great gifts for Christmas or other events.
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Shades of turquoise or blue-greens are perfect for these winter accessories for a glorious look.
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Take up a knitting loom and with the following instructions and easy techniques you can make one with much ease.
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Everyone loves scarves around their necks during summers, fall and even light winters for a pleasant look.
Patterns loom scarf
12 Loom Knitting Patterns
Loom knitting is a fast and easy way to knit without needles, but if you've ever looked at all those sizes and shapes of knitting looms and wondered what you could make with them, wonder no more! From simple scarves to oversized blankets to lacy shawls, you can loom knit just about anything.
Before you tackle a complicated project, start by learning the basics of loom knitting, then make a simple scarf or stockinette stitch hat. After that, learn a few more stitches to ready yourself for other types of projects.
Many of the patterns in this list use large gauge looms that are easy to find in large craft stores. Others use smaller gauge looms like those from Knitting Board. Along with a variety of sizes and styles, they also offer many free patterns, including an adorable toddler tunic.
If you like learning by watching videos, loom knitting experts often share their patterns and special techniques on YouTube. Valena DIY is an excellent channel with tutorials for different stitches, as well as projects like hats, bags, socks, and mittens! And be sure to check out Joanna Brandt's patterns for still more loom-knit styles and designs.
Ready to start wrapping those pegs? All that's left to do is choose one of these loom knitting patterns!
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