Learn To Loom Knit A Slouchy Hat
In this video you will learn to loom knit a slouchy beanie hat to go with the loom knitted cable scarf (link to the scarf tutorial) the Tuteate Team taught you how to use your long loom to knit. Well in this loom knitting video you get to put your circle loom to use to knit a the perfect hat keep your head as warm as the scarf will keep your neck.
The video is done in the same style and format as the cabled scarf video so I will not go into a description of the video. I’ll just say it is another quality loom knitting tutorial you can learn something from whether you are a novice at loom knitting or a pro just looking for a good project to keep your knitting skills sharp.
Check out the video and learn to knit a hat that will keep you warm in style.
By the way you can visit the discussion at youtube to get any question you may have about the pattern and how to adjust it for different size looms. Or you can just let the Tuteate Team know how much you appreciate the quality tutorials they put together for the loom knitting community.
02/24/2015 @ 3:27 pm
Very nice tutorial, where can I get one of those machines? Ha, ha…
02/29/2016 @ 1:21 pm
What weight yarn was used for this project???
02/29/2016 @ 9:04 pm
Thank you for visiting LoomKnittingVideos.com. Many have used a #5 bulky yarn and have gotten really nice results
11/26/2016 @ 6:59 am
Can this pattern be used for a 36 peg loom?
11/26/2016 @ 9:57 am
Thanks for visiting LoomKnittingVideos.com Yes you can use a 36 peg loom. Here is how Tuteate(the author of the video) has answered this question in the past.
Yes, you can use a 36 peg loom. You can work the brim in the same way and, after that, use the following sequence of 5 steps instead: 1. knit / 2. pull over & wrap the empty loop / 3. purl the 2 loops / 4. knit / 5. knit and then start over again the same sequence (1. / 2. / 3. / 4. / 5. ) . These are the same directions shown in the video but with one extra knit. You will get your work in “spiral” and the result will look quite similar 🙂
08/08/2018 @ 8:55 am