How To - Basic Loom Knitting Stitches

How To - Basic Loom Knitting Stitches

Basic Loom Knitting Stitches: This film teaches you how to the knit stitch, a basic yet integral knitting stitch. Watch how it is carried out on a knitting loom and learn a new knitting stitch today!

Step 1: The Knit Stitch

The Knit Stich, insert the knitting tool from the bottom. Scoop the working yarn. Make a loop with it. Grab that loop with your fingers. Take the original loop off the peg, and place the new loop on the peg. Again, insert your knitting tool from the bottom. Scoop out your working yarn. Make a loop with it. Take the old loop off the peg, place the new loop on the peg. And gently tug on the working yarn. Again Scoop out your working yarn.Tug it. Make a loop.Grab that loop. Take the old loop off the peg and place the newly formed loop on the peg and, tug gently on the working yarn. And that is the next stich.

Step 2: The wrap stitch

Wrapping in the wrap stitch. You take your working yarn towards the inside of the loom. Wrap around the peg in a counter-clockwise direction. Bringing the yarn again to the inside of the loom. Go to the next peg towards the left. Wrap around the peg again in a counter-clockwise direction. Taking the yarn again towards the inside of the loom. Move to the adjacent peg again gripping in a counter-clockwise direction. You continue down the loom in this manner. Then when you reach the end you will start knitting over. The process of knitting over creates a stitch. What you do is you lift the bottom loop and take it off and over the peg, and let the peg fall over towards the inside of the loom. Again, bottom off the peg.

Step 3: The Pearl stitch:

The Pearl Stitch. You lay the yarn below the loop on the peg. With your knitting tool insert it from the top down to the bottom. Hug the working yarn. Make a loop grab the newly formed and take the old loop off the peg. And place the new loop on the peg, and tug on the yarn gently. Again, With your knitting tool insert it from the top down to the bottom. Hug the working yarn. Make a loop grab the newly formed and take the old loop off the peg. And place the new loop on the peg, and tug on the yarn gently.