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Free knitting loom instructions are available online in downloadable ebooks, on blogs or on video. The Loom Room website, the Loom Knit blog and YouTube are three resources for free knitting loom instructions. More »

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Instructables.com, Wikihow.com and KnittingBoard.com all have instructions for using a knitting loom. Instructables and Wikihow have basic instructions for casting on, single knitting and casting off. KnittingBoard also ... More »

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Knitting using a Boye loom most importantly requires using the proper yarn weight for the loom. Since the pegs are fixed into place, using yarn that is too lightweight makes the project look loose, and using yarn that is... More »

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Instructables.com, Wikihow.com and KnittingBoard.com all have instructions for using a knitting loom. Instructables and Wikihow have basic instructions for casting on, single knitting and casting off. KnittingBoard also ... More »

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When knitting on a round loom, create a simple slipknot and use a knitting tool to extend the slipknot's loop from peg to peg until the every peg on the round loom has been covered. Continue this knitting pattern until a... More »

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To make a simple beading loom, attach two smaller pieces of wood on either end of a wooden base, and attach two large eye hooks on each of the smaller pieces of wood that support the bolts that the beading thread runs ac... More »

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To make a peg loom, gather a wooden dowel, a piece of timber, a drill and drill bits. Cut the wood to the size you want. Drill holes into the piece of wood, and stick the wood pegs into them. More »

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