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Knitting Pattern for Reusable Swiffer Cover

Free knitting pattern for a homemade Swiffer cover. Knit a Swiffer cover and save money with this simple and easy knit pattern.

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How to Loom Knit the New Crocodile Stitch

How to Loom Knit the New Crocodile Stitch by Scarlett Royale Inspired by Christie Davis You might be asking how is this new.... well it is new because this isn't my first time playing with crocodile stitch on the looms. I came up with a method several years ago that worked beautifully, but to be quite honest used up a lot of yarn and was quite bulky. This new method is delicate, uses less yarn, and lacks the bulk that my original way had. The wonderful news is that Christie Davis inspired the new method with her "Drifting Pedals Trim" (Please check it out, beautiful trim!!!) She also shows how to do a pedal from a right handed method. There are some unique things to keep in mind with this new crocodile stitch. My original the scale showed up on the positive side of the fabric when being worked. This version does not, it shows on the opposite side and is inside the loom when working. That means if you are adding as an accent you will need to do the opposite of what you normally do when doing knits and purls to achieve a stitch pattern you are after. With that said lets gets to writing this out in detail. Terms: E-Wrap Cast On: EWCO K: Knit P: Purl Knit 2 Stitches Together: K2tog E-Wrap: EW Slip: SL Purl Pull Loop: PPL: meaning you are going to create a loop and then pull through the bottom of each loop for the pedal to prep to gather the stitches. Pedal Break Down EWCO 6 Row 1-6: K1, P1, K1, P1, K1, P1 Row 7: EW6, K1 Row 8: PPL place loop made onto peg 1 of the 6 peg cast on pegs. K previous peg, then K2tog Worked Flat EWCO (looms in counts of 5's) In the video I used a 24 peg loom which worked well too. Row 1: P Row 2: K Row 3: P Row 4: SL1 *(pedal: EWCO6, K1 P1 3x for 6 rows, EW6, K1, PPL place loop made onto peg 1 of the 6 peg cast on pegs. K previous peg, then K2tog), K3 ** Keep in mind when doing the pedal do not touch the stitches that already exist on the peg. The pedal is being worked above those stitches. Also repeat from *-** until desired length. Row 5: SL1, P Row 6: SL1, K Row 7: SL1, P Row 8: SL1, K Row 9: SL1, P Row 10: SL1, K2,*(pedal: EWCO6, K1 P1 3x for 6 rows, EW6, K1, PPL place loop made onto peg 1 of the 6 peg cast on pegs. K previous peg, then K2tog), K3 ** Keep in mind when doing the pedal do not touch the stitches that already exist on the peg. The pedal is being worked above those stitches. Also repeat from *-** until desired length. Row 11: SL1, P Row 12: SL1, K Row 13: SL1, P Row 14: SL1, K Row 15: SL1, P Repeat rows 1 through 12 over and over to desired length. Worked In the Round EWCO (looms in counts of 5's) In the video I used a 24 peg loom which worked well too. Row 1: P Row 2: K Row 3: P Row 4: K1 *(pedal: EWCO6, K1 P1 3x for 6 rows, EW6, K1, PPL place loop made onto peg 1 of the 6 peg cast on pegs. K previous peg, then K2tog), K3 ** Keep in mind when doing the pedal do not touch the stitches that already exist on the peg. The pedal is being worked above those stitches. Also repeat from *-** until desired length. Row 5: P Row 6: K Row 7: P Row 8: K Row 9: P Row 10: K3,*(pedal: EWCO6, K1 P1 3x for 6 rows, EW6, K1, PPL place loop made onto peg 1 of the 6 peg cast on pegs. K previous peg, then K2tog), K3 ** Keep in mind when doing the pedal do not touch the stitches that already exist on the peg. The pedal is being worked above those stitches. Also repeat from *-** until desired length. Row 11: P Row 12: K Row 13: P Row 14: K Row 15: P Repeat rows 1 through 12 over and over to desired length. Check out the new fan cast on based off of this technique!!!

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Learn the Basic Stitches for Loom Knitting - Dish Cloths

Looming Made Easy I will be showing you how to make a couple of the basic stitches so you can make these easy homemade dish cloths. I c...

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How to Loom Knit Scrubbies – 2 Different Ways

Scubbies are super popular right now. Scrubbies can be used to scrub dishes and pots or in the bath/shower as face/ body scrubbies. Here are some ideas for places or causes you can donate scrubbies…

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Hand rope knitting tutorial-9

Those who love flowers always want to keep the beauty of flowers forever. There are three common methods: making dried flowers, immortal fl...

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The Most Amazing Tutorial: How To Use A Knitting Loom To Make An Infinity Scarf

As we have mentioned many times the scarves are super cool accessories nowadays and they can really enhance our style also they can keep your neck toasty warm during the cold days. Infinity scarves are a real hit those days and if you love to DIY there is one amazing tutorial that we love to share with you. If you want to be proud of your self making something stylish and something very cool than you need to see below and learn how to make infinity scarf. Enjoy! What you will need: knitting loom loom hook yarn needle scissors yarn

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Рукоделие со всего мира — Разное | OK.RU

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Matching Baby Blanket and Hat with Border

Because my loom knitted hurdle stitch hat and scarf have been so popular, I decided to make a matching baby blanket and hat set using the same stitch. As I noted in my hurdle stitch hat post, this …

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Loom Knit Infinity Scarf of Many Colors

Boy howdy, it’s been a long time since I last blogged! I really have no excuse other than… life. Ya know? That’s not to say that I haven’t been knitting up a storm. I have! …

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