How to Loom Knit Cowl

How to Loom Knit Cowl

Hello, Friends welcome to Follow steps I’m your host, Siri. Today I will show you How to Loom Knit Cowl

We are going to use the loom knit rib stitch for the knitting the Cowl this pattern is very easy anyone can make this Cowl following the simple pattern. This pattern is a great for both men and women, whether 5 years to 60 years. I think it’s classic and casual. so, friends today I will show you

  • how to do the rib stitch
  • how to cast on using rib stitch
  • loom knit a Cowl
  • cast on a Cowl
  • how to Cast off a Cowl

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I will also include a video of the clear pattern

So, friends let’s get started

Material required:

  • long loom or Rectangular loom,
  • loom Hook,
  • The yarn I’m using Red Heart Yarn in the below video.
  • Yarn Needle
  • Buttons 2

we’ll show you the cast on and Rib Stitch

Slipknot:

This is generally what we do. For any loom knitting project first, we’re going to make a slipknot.

Take a Working yarn (with which we are going to work) wrap around your fingers back over the front back over again and pull the working strand through the loop. here’s we will get our Slipknot put it on the first peg

How to Loom Knit Cowl Pattern:

Cast On a Cowl:

1 Step: Wrap all the pegs around the pegs in crisscross (we basically doing a figure of eight the figure eight movement)

2 Step: After you’ve wrapped the loom once, push the loops down to the bottom of each peg. You will need to use your finger to hold the yarn in place as you push the loops down with your other hand. This prepares the loom for the next row of yarn.

3 Step: After you have wrapped the loom the first time, you will repeat the pattern by wrapping a second time. Take a careful look at the path of the yarn in row 1. Trace the yarn back across the loom following exactly the same path. The second wrap should look identical to the first one When you’ve finished wrapping row 2, hold the yarn in place and prepare to knit off in the next step.

Knitting a Cowl

4 Step: Knitting off is the term given to lifting the bottom loop of yarn up and over the top loop. It is released off the peg and toward the inside of the loom. This creates the knit. Knit off on all pegs using the hook that came with the loom. When finished, we will have only one loop of yarn remaining on each peg.

5 Step: When we finished knitting off the first row of knitting. Wrap the loom again and knit off. Repeat step 3 and step 4 until the Cowl reaches the desired length.

Cast Off a Cowl

6 Step: The last step to loom knitting a Cowl is to remove the knit from the loom. Begin on the end of the loom remove one side loops and place them on the other side peg and knit all the pegs and next

7 Step: knit the first 2 pegs and move second peg loop to first peg knit off and move to the empty peg

8 Step: Repeat Step 7 until you reach the last peg on the last peg knit it last time pull the yarn of the peg and cut a tail and sew the ends in to secure the Cowl

9 Step: Finally take the buttons and sew to one side of the cowl ant the edge as shown in the video

So, Friends as I said I will share a video also here it is

Hope this post was helpful to you soon I will share how to do a headband

Things I’m using

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So, Friends try this How to Loom Knit Cowl and let me know how it works for you and if you like the post please share it with your family and friends.

Thank You

Happy loom knitting…

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