Kitchen Set

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 These are both knitted on the Blue Knifty Knitter

I used Cotton yarn.

Use two stands of yarn.

Knit using the e- wrap

 Dish Soap Cover


 Row 1 – 10 knit

Turn brim knit off

Row 11- 27 knit

Row 28 mock crochet stitch around

Row 29 – 36 knit

Take off with gathering method ( don’t pull to tight you need to make the hole big enough to fit  around the bottle top)

Then I crochet a cord for it. I didn’t keep track of how many chain stitches i did. Do make it long enough tie around the bottle. I did chain a length and then a chain stitch back in all the chains.

Then weave the cord you made in and out of the moch crochet row. Slip over a dish soap bottle and tie a bow

Towel Holder


Rows 1- 10 Knit

Turn to make brim

Rows 11 – 20 Knit

Take off with gathering stitch leave hole big enough to fit the I-Cord

make I-cord about 10 to 12 inches long tie both ends together to make a loop

insert cord though the hole and then loop towell over the icord under  the top part and

pull the I cord tight .

Now you have a item that looks like abell holding a towel. you can put it on a knob or you

can loop it to fit on a bar type handle of you drawers or cuboards. I like this because i can

change the towel when needed and not have to change the top .


Baby Bootie Heel Update!

This is to help all of you out there that have different size bootie looms.

The pattern here for the booties in the baby set patterns was made with a 20 peg loom. I have also used a 18 peg loom too. I had a help question about using a 15 peg loom so here is what you need to do for the heel using different looms. Every thing else will stay the same except the heel.

 15 peg loom heel

wrap pegs 1 thru 10 knit off

wrap pegs 9 thru 2 knit off

wrap pegs 3 thru 8 knit off

wrap pegs 7 thru 4 knit off

wrap pegs 5 thru 6 knit off

wrap pegs 7 thru 4 knit off

wrap pegs 3 thru 8 knit off

wrap pegs 9 thru 2 knit off

wrap pegs 1 thru 15 knit off

go on with step five

18 peg loom heel

wrap 1 thru 12 knit off

wrap 11 thru 2 knit off

wrap 3 thru 10 knit off

wrap 9 thru 4 knit off

wrap 5 thru 8 knit off

wrap 7 thru 6 Knit off

wrap 8 thru 5 knit off

wrap 4 thru 9 knit off

wrap 10 thru 3 knit off

wrap 2 thru 11 knit off

wrap 1 thru 18 knit off

start step 5

20 peg bootie loom instructions are with they pattern with baby set under free patterns. I hope this helps with different looms.

Baby Set Patterns

Baby Set

Items needed

yarn- I used one strand of Red Hearts Hunny Brand( I used two skeins of it).

Knitting Tool

Yarn Needle

Looms- Da small gauge stocking loom and Da small gauge Bootie loom

Ribbon or Cord for bows on mittens and booties

The Set is done using the ewrap stitch

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Using the small gauge stocking loom (36 pegs)

Step One- Knit 10 Rows

Step two- Make Cuff

Step Three- Knit 22 Rowsj

Step Four- take off loom using the gather method

If using any thing else besides Hunny yarn from Red Hearts you will have to make adjustments with the amount of rows.

loom-047.jpg Baby Mittens

Using small gauge bootie loom (20 peg)

Step one- knit 10 rows

Step two- Make cuff

Step three- knit 15 rows

Step four take off using gather method

Step five- weave ribbon or cord in and out by the cuff and tie

loom-050.jpg Baby Booties

Using small gauge bootie loom  (20 peg)

Step one- knit 10 rows

Step two- turn cuff

Step three- knit two rows

Step Four- ( start heel This will be done flat knitting not in the round)

Wrap pegs 1 thru 14 knit off

 wrap pegs 13 – 2 knit off

 wrap pegs 3- 12 knit off

wrap pegs 11- 4 knit off

wrap pegs 5- 10 knit off

wrap pegs 9- 6 knit off

wrap pegs 7-8 knit off

wrap pegs 9-6 knit off

wrap pegs 5- 10 knit off

wrap pegs 11-4 knit off

wrap pegs 3 – 12 knit off

wrap pegs 13 -2 knit off

wrap pegs 1- 10 knit off

Step five knitting in the round again  I knit 10 rows. This is wear you can adjust the  length of the foot. Add or subtract the amount of rows as you need to.

Step Six- take off with gather method

Step Seven-  Weave ribbon or cord in  and out by cuff to form the Tie.

© 2006 Amy Kay For personal use only. All other use please contact the designer for permission.

Spring Break Loom Projects 2

One Loom Mittens made with Knifty Knitter yarn.

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 I love using the knifty knitter yarn I just can't get it here. Boo Hoo for ME! I guess I have to plan another trip to St. George to go to Roberts again. Maybe this summer!

1. purple and pink and a fuzzy yarn

2. a ribbon type of yarn and a fuzzy kind both are carmel

3. close up of the glove

4. I also made a matching scaf for the gloves.

5. This is what the ribbon yarn I used in the brown gloves looks like.

Gloves are made with the one loom mitten pattern under free patterns!

Hope this might help you see the differnce using different yarns can make in your projects.

Spring Break Loom Projects

Scarves For my Daughter!!!

1.                             2.                             3.                      

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 4.                           5.                             6.

 Picture Number 1. Made with a ribbon yarn from No Bounderies.

                        2.  Gouping of four scarfs so far

                       3. close up of the yarn in number 4 it is a knitfty knitter yarn

                       4. Knifty knitter yarn scarf

                       5. Red heart yarn

                        6. no boundires yarn a fuzzy kind

All were made with a single strand of the yarn used with the same pattern from Michaels

I didn't add the tassle I didn't care for the tassle myself.

It is fun to see the difference the yarn can make!

One loom Mitten

One Loom Mitten loom 007.jpgThis pattern you don’t need to worry about Right and Left hand. Do two the same and they can be worn either for a left or a right.What’s Needed?

1. Blue Knifty Knitter 2. Loom hook

3. Yarn Needle
4. Worested weight yarn Color of your choice

To Begin:

Cast on 24 using two strands of yarn( You will be knitting in the round using the e-wrap)

Row 1- 10 knit

Row 11 Form Cuff:

Just like making the brim of a hat you use the bottom loops and put on the pegs to form cuff.

Knit off

Row 12 – 22 Knit ( to form Wrist Part)

Starting the Thumb Section

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You will be Knitting flat section still using the e-wrap

You will be using the first six pegs

E-wrap pegs 1 thru 6 and knit off

From her you will alternate Row A and Row B Below.

I knit 21 rows I have small hands so adjust thumb length to fit your thumb

The sides of the thumb will be finished when mitten is off the loom.

Row A Next you will wrap peg 5 to peg 1 and knit off

Row b you will wrap peg 2 to peg 6 and knit off

Back to Knitting in the Round

Row 23 – 45 knit

( I have small hands so adjust lenght to fit your hand)

Take off with the gathering bind off.

 loom 011.jpgMitten is inside out and ready to sew up thumbs.

Now Turn the mitten inside out and Sew the Sides of the thumb together . Now the Thumb is complete

And now you have made a Mitten with only one loom!

© 2006 Amy Kay For personal use only. All other use please contact the designer for permission.

Checkerboard Hat

 Checkerboard Hat

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This is  a fun hat to make. It can be made on both the green and blue Knifty Knitters.

Items needed

1. green or blue knifty knitter

2. yarn needle

3. Knitting Hook

4. any worsted weight yarn of your choice

Instuctions or written for use with both looms.

You will be knitting in the round

cast on  36 [ 24]using the cable cast found at

Row 1 thru Row 4   *k1 p1* repeat 18 times [12 times} for each row

Row 5  K all around loom

Row 6 – 9   *K3 P3* repeat 6 times [ 4 times]for each row

Row 10 -13  *P3 K3* repeat 6 times [4 times] for each row

Row 14- 17 * K3 P3* repeat 6 time [4 times] for each row

Row 18- 21 *P3 K3* repeat 6 times [ 4 times]for each row

Row 22- 26    K all the way around for each row

Remove with the gathering method

Hide loose ends

©2006 Amy Kay For personal use only. If you desire to use this pattern for fundraising for your organization please contact the designer for permission.