eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 6 patterns

Six bright patterns will make your looms burst with color and creativity. These patterns are made to show off your most beautiful striped yarns, or let your solid colors shine. Five of the patterns are adaptable to any gauge loom, with recommendations in the patterns for yarn weight and peg numbers. Techniques include lace edgings, gathers, color striping, shaping, bias knitting, short rows, wave stitch, slip stitch, and eyelet stitches. Let your loom bloom with color and creativity!

eBook : 3 patterns

A collection of three patterns from Invisible Loom: Little Kitten Mitts, Big Kitty Mitts, and Mittens for Kittens. Mitts and mittens made in one piece with a comfortable thumb and adjustable fit. Your kittens will never lose their mittens again.

eBook : 8 patterns

The simple triangle scarves known as Baktus and Karius are based on the premise that the size of the scarf is determined by the amount of yarn that you have. This e-book contains eight patterns, each written for three loom gauges: 5/8 inch, 1/2 inch and 3/8 inch. Sizing and yarn are also included for all yarn weights, as well as instructions for variable sizing. Your Baktus and Karius are limited only to your imagination.

eBook : 6 patterns

The shawls in this collection have a romantic feel to them – a little lace here, a soft ruffle there, a new shape, a different texture. I’ve added some different lace styles to give you a feeling of Shetland, Estonian and other traditional lace styles. The pattern names are a tribute to Georgette Heyer, an author to whose romantic comedies I have spent many enjoyable hours listening while loom knitting.

eBook : 7 patterns

Loom Knit Shawls Vol. II is a multi-part .pdf ebook, that includes seven patterns in a 24 point large print text file (90 pages), a 12 point paper-saver file (36 pages), cover, 6 pages of photos, and two pages of diagrams. The files are kindle, tablet and screen reader friendly. A full preview of the patterns from “Loom Knit Shawls Vol. II: Colorwork, Shapes and Lace” may be seen at Invisible Loom: http://invisibleloomcraft.blogspot.com/

eBook : 5 patterns

Five loom knit shawl patterns and their variations will take you from a simple small shawlette on a large gauge loom, to a delicate lace weight yarn confection made on a ½ inch gauge loom. All the patterns may be made on a single 60 peg ½ inch gauge hat loom.

eBook : 7 patterns

Small Shawls and Tea Parties: Seven patterns to knit small, or large, and the recipes they inspired. This pattern collection started out as a sequel to “Little Scarves”. Little scarves, small shawls, you say scarf, I say shawl. I hope you will enjoy the collection whatever you call your scarves, shawlettes, wraps or shawls. When you need a break from knitting, make yourself a nice relaxing cup of tea and read through the recipes. I have incorporated a new peg gauge for most of the patterns, the “3/8 inch fine” gauge made by CinDwood Looms and some custom loom makers. 3/8 fine is a smaller gauge than the 3/8 inch small gauge made by KB looms and Martha Stewart. Here is a list of loom gauges available for the patterns:

eBook : 6 patterns

The Cozy Cable Collection has six coordinating patterns for loom knitters. Easy on your hands, easy on your looms, these are fun and fast patterns you are sure to love. The e-book comes in two versions, a large print (24 point font) and small print (12 point font) file. Both have a cover and full photo gallery.

eBook : 3 patterns

The Loom Knitter’s Stitch Dictionary includes over 100 single rake stitch patterns, written for both flat panel and in the round use. The book is arranged by stitch pattern type, with the following chapters: Special price - buy this book and Volume Two and receive $3.00 off. Applies to previous purchases if buying a second volume.

eBook : 1 pattern

From the introduction to Volume Two: “This volume has many new stitch patterns. There are chapters for cables, twisted stitches, mosaic and textured patterns, as well more brioche, ribbings, lace and slip stitch patterns. As before, all patterns are written with step-by-step directions using loom knitting terminology, for both flat panel and in the round loom knitting.

eBook : 11 patterns

The Shapely Loom is a multi-part .pdf ebook, that includes a 24 point large print text file (78 pages), a 12 point paper-saver file (24 pages), cover, 7 pages of photos, and two pages of diagrams. A paper saver version containing all the files in one is also available. The files are kindle, tablet and screen reader friendly. A full preview of the patterns from “The Shapely Loom” may be seen at Invisible Loom: http://invisibleloomcraft.blogspot.com/

eBook : 2 patterns

The Wingspan for Loom Knitters e-book includes the original Wingspan for Loom Knitters pattern, the Wingspan in Lace for Loom Knitters pattern, and a section on sizing, choosing your loom, and selecting your yarn. The patterns are set up so that you may make your Wingspan not only in a variety of stitch designs, but in many sizes, three different loom gauges, and four different yarn weights. You can make your very own unique Wingspan.

eBook : 4 patterns

Four winter themed washcloth patterns written for three loom gauges: 1/4 inch fine, 3/8 inch fine, and 3/8 inch small. The patterns use 33 or 34 pegs flat knit. All gauges use worsted weight cotton yarn. A soft cotton like Comfy works very nicely for the patterns. Standard kitchen cotton may also be used.

eBook : 4 patterns

A collection of four winter themed washcloths for loom knitters. Fully written directions as well as color coded charts with a loom knitter’s key. The e-book is written in 24 point large print font, and is screen reader, tablet and e-reader friendly.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Baby Blanket
“Jack be nimble, Jack be quick”, this blanket lives up to its name sake by being quick and simple to make. The textured stitch pattern of knit and purl stitches creates a beautiful fabric that any baby will love to be wrapped in. The pattern is easily adjusted to a larger size. This is a good beginner pattern, but has plenty of interest for a mo...
Knitting: Cowl
Mosaic slip-stitch colorwork is just another way of saying “easy and impressive”. This pretty cowl looks hard, but if you can knit and purl, you can make it. No seams, no ends to weave other than the cast on and cast off. Is it fun to loom? You bet!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This fun little hat has a hidden twist. The pattern includes several tips for how to easily keep track of your ribbing and how to read your knitting. Knits, purls, and a few stitch markers are all you need. Then you just swirl away.
Knitting: Cowl, Beanie, Toque
Triple Z - Z hat, Z cowl & Z ears. One pattern makes them all – and they are one in the same. Knit on the bias using a long color stripe yarn, the design looks complex but is truly simple. Z hat may be worn as a beanie or slouchy style hat. It makes a great pony tail or bun hat, too.
Knitting: Cowl
Add a little bit of lace to a little bit of cabling and you have a beautiful cowl. This is a perfect pattern for variegated and solid yarns. It has a sophisticated look that makes it the great fall accessory and a lovely holiday gift. A variety of looms may be used, and beads may be added for a little something extra.
Knitting: Cape
A bit of lace, a few beads sprinkled here and there, and you have an elegant capelet perfect for summer evenings. On cooler days, wear Moondance as a lacy cowl, warm and cozy around your neck. The pattern offers two sizes, S/M on 90 pegs, and L/XL on 120 pegs.
Knitting: Scarf
Part cowl, part shawl, and all fun. Leafing is scarf that likes to be worn in different ways. Lace it up, add beads, pin it together – there is no wrong way to wear Leafing.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Fast, fun and fabulous. A collection of eight patterns that let you make your Cheetahs just the way you want them to look.
Knitting: Washcloth / Dishcloth
This classic star shaped washcloth is fast and fun to make. Eyelets accent the star shape, while short rows create the pretty round cloth.
Knitting: Scarf
This fun scarf has scalloped ruffle edges, a garter stitch body, and is perfect for just about any color wool yarn. It is a show-stopper in a long color repeat yarn.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Bring out your inner artist with The Artist’s Palette Shawl. This collection of four loom knit shawl designs was originally designed for the August 2013 Mystery Loom-a-long in the Loom Knitters Group.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
A pretty pair of fingerless mitts, worked in the round with just a touch of lace and picot edging. You’ll need a 1/2 inch gauge loom with 21, 22 or 25 pegs working in the round to make these mitts.
Knitting: Cloche Hat
This stylish hat has some great techniques to add to your loom knitting repertoire. The brim will show you how to shape fabric and wrap pegs with short rows; the band demonstrates how different knit stitches may be used to shape and turn knitting, and the crown of the hat has a simple diamond bobble design that lets you play with texture on a st...
Knitting: Bonnet
Baby’s Sweet Bonnet is a pattern sure to become a classic in your loom library. It is a lovely gift, that uses less than 1 skein of basic cotton yarn, and may be made in just a few hours. The entire bonnet including the ties is made in one piece. A perfect gift for the new baby in your life.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Travel by Rail Shawl is a shawl for every loomer. It may be loomed on a large, regular, or small gauge loom, with worsted, DK, or fingering weight yarn. The shawl is a mid-sized shawl, worked in two colors, and trimmed with ribbon around the edges.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
A simple but elegant beret, perfect to wear when you want to be warm and comfortable, but still stylish with a touch of elegance. The band is relaxed with a lace edge, so it does not pull down your hair.
Knitting: Legwarmers, Spats, Cuffs
Travel by Rail Cuffs are a soft, ruffled cuff that may be worn three ways: as a wrist cuff, a boot topper, or a pant cuff. A 1/2 inch gauge loom with 18 pegs and dk or worsted weight yarn are needed for the pattern.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Perfect for warmer weather, this lace confection is made from silk and mohair yarn, and may be wrapped several ways. There are a 10 inch wide and 15 inch wide version. The ruffled edge is loomed all in one with the wrap. It is a treat to make and to wear.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The original “Jane’s Shawl” was inspired by the 2011 Jane Eyre film. The pattern was made on a small knitting loom, but there were many requests for a version to be made with needles.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl was inspired by the 2011 “Jane Eyre” film. This is a revised version which adds two more sizes to the original shawl. All three are made on a 1/2 inch gauge knitting loom with at least (33/42/55) pegs. The pattern uses garter stitch and short rows to shape the soft ruffles and the shoulders of the shawl. The shaping lets t...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern is loom knit on a 1/2 inch gauge knitting loom with at least 32 pegs. A yarn that may be blocked is needed for the lace. Suggested looms: CinDwood 1/2 inch gauge, DA Looms Regular Sett, Markman Looms Half Gauge, or Purple Knifty Knitter round hat loom.
Knitting: Scarf
Ever wanted to make a ruffled dragon? This is your chance. There is a loom-a-long for this pattern in the Ravelry Loom-a-long Group. Please come and join!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The fabric of this soft wrap takes inspiration from the colors and contrasting textures of the sea shore. The soft mohair yarn has an open, wavy stitch that “catches” the handspun in its threads. The handspun is left with loose ends to mingle with the lacy threads. Opposites play together to make a soft wrap or scarf that is a delight to wear.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawlette is made on a knitting loom with at least 34 pegs in 1/2 inch gauge, such as the CinDwood 1/2 inch gauge hat loom, Markman looms in half gauge and DA looms in regular sett. The purple Knifty Knitter hat loom will also work, but will need more yarn because it is a slightly larger peg width.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
This is a simple, lovely, easy to wear beret that can be made on any round or adjustable knitting loom with a multiple of 5 plus 1 stitches. A variety of yarns from chunky to DK weight will work, but the lace shows best in the lighter weight yarns. Enjoy, and be sure to give the beret a little love.
Knitting: Cowl
A softly scalloped cowl made from the Delphinium Lace stitch. It is a lovely combination of knits and purls that creates a softly wavy fabric, with a textured lace pattern and scalloped edges. It will work equally well in a scarf or made wider for a shawl.
Knitting: Pullover
This is a lacy sweater made in one piece, with minimal seaming. This pattern has been updated to include additional size options, as well as two sleeve options. The pattern comes in both a large print and a paper-saver version.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl is knit on a 1/2 inch gauge knitting loom with at least 46 pegs. 480 yards of wool/silk blend was used for the body of the shawl, and 120 yards of accent color was used for the edging. The lace rows give the shawl a simple yet very beautiful design. The shawl is especially pretty worn off-center, with the ends wrapped around and aroun...
Knitting: Blanket - Other
This is a loom knit afghan in the Feather and Fan Stitch. It requires a 1/2 inch gauge loom with at least 118 pegs and uses 9 skeins of Lion Brand Wool-ease Thick and Quick yarn. A longer afghan may be made by adding additional skeins of yarn.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawlette is a loom knit pattern, made on a loom with at least 33 pegs in 1/2 inch gauge. The pattern uses a new stitch pattern called the “Diamond Box”. Fingering weight yarn was used for the example, but double stranded. Dk weight in a single strand will also work in the pattern.
Knitting: Cardigan
This is a loom knit baby cardigan made on a 5/8 inch gauge loom (purple KK hat loom, green KK long loom, red KK hat loom) with 24 to 28 pegs. It is perfect for an advanced beginner, and knits up quickly for the little one in your life. Sizing is for 6, 9, or 12 months.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Miss Matty’s Capelet was inspired by a very charming PBS series called “Cranford”, based on the Victorian novellas by Elizabeth Gaskell. The very sweet Miss Matty wears lovely capelets like this throughout the series.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Geranium Petal Shawl takes its inspiration from the simple lines of Baktus and Karius scarves. These long, narrow triangles may be worn in many ways, around the shoulders, around the neck, with the point to the front, back or side. The original size makes a nice shawlette, with long, narrow ties and a shorter back. The new, larger sized vers...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A simple, elegant shawl, perfect for learning to work lace eyelets on the loom. It shows off striped and variegated yarn beautifully. This is a pattern for a loom with at least 44 pegs. You can use a variety of gauges with the appropriate yarn weight.
Knitting: Blanket - Other
A chunky, cozy afghan made on a large gauge knitting loom in 3/4 inch gauge, with at least 60 pegs. The finished size is 40 x 60 inches. The fabric is textured with a simple eyelet pattern to give the afghan a very pretty fabric.
Knitting: Cape
Two patterns in one, a ruffled cape or a plain cape, both are fun and easy to make. You will need a 5/8 inch or 1/2 inch gauge loom with 27 pegs for the plain version and 35 pegs for the ruffled version. The pattern works well with a variety of yarns, from worsted weight cottons to bulky wools, which makes it a year-round cape. It looks especial...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A needle knit pattern found in “Mary Jane’s Farm Magazine” was the
Knitting: Beret, Tam
A traditional tam that has a fun little way of shaping without any special knitting tricks. This is perfect for beginner who can knit and purl.
Knitting: Cardigan
This soft jacket is worked on a knitting loom all in one piece. The body is worked in a ribbed stitch, and the edging is added in simple crochet stitches.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
This pattern is knitted on a round large gauge knitting loom, such as the yellow Knifty Knitter. 3 skeins of chunky baby yarn were used for the main color and 2 skeins for the accent color.
Knitting: Cowl
A soft and wide collar that may be worn “up” with a split collar, or “down” with the collar falling over your shoulders. The contrasting stitching on either side gives the pattern interest, and the crochet edging defines the layers.
Knitting: Purse
Loom knit purse made in one piece, except for the handles, then lightly felted. A large gauge loom with 36 pegs is used to make this purse.
Knitting: Scarf
This little scarf is worn in many ways, as a collar, as a wrap, front, back or sideways. It is made from side to side on a 1/2 inch gauge knitting loom, such as the round purple Knifty Knitter, or the CinDwood 1/2 inch hat looms. At least 20 pegs are required for the pattern. The pattern features a stitch called “Vertical Lace Stripes̶...
Knitting: Scarf
A double knit scarf made on a large gauge double rake with 24 pegs.