Loom Knitting Classes Previously Offered

Welcome to the list of loom knitting classes previously offered here at Krafters Korner.


First, we have provided a list of supplies you will need to loom knit, along with descriptions of each.

Below this information, you will find a list of crochet classes previously offered by Krafters Korner. If you see a class that you would like offered again, please post your request to the listserv and one of our volunteer instructors may decide to offer the class if there is enough interest by others.


What is loom knitting?

A loom has pegs that stick upward from a solid base. Yarn is wrapped around the pegs to form loops. Using a tool one loop is pulled over another loop and over the peg to drop into the center of the loom to form a stitch. Many people find loom knitting easier than needle knitting and it is a popular craft on Krafters Korner. Anything that can be needle knit can be loom knit.


Supplies For this craft include:

Knitting looms come in a variety of shapes and sizes. A loom can be round, rectangular, oval or square. A loom can have as few as three pegs or as many as over one hundred pegs. Looms can be purchased having pegs that are placed further or closer together thus creating the knitting gauge.

Loom tools are a small straight object with a handle on top, with a small pointed end at the bottom that points outward ninety degrees or curves downward.

  • Yarn comes in many different thicknesses or ply. The yarn you use will depend on the pattern as well as the size of the loom gauge you will be using.
  • Tapestry needles come in various sizes to fit the thickness of the yarn. Generally, a#16 needle is used with worsted weight yarn while a#20 needle is for bulky and super-bulky yarns. These needles are used to weave in ends when the project is completed.

Stitch markers come in a variety of shapes, are usually plastic and come in a package. There are locking stitch markers, which close around a stitch like a safety pin. Split ring markers are a circle and a half, allowing the marker to be quickly attached or removed from a peg or stitch

List of classes previously offered

1. Introduction to the Knifty Knitter
2. Beginner Basics
3. Knifty Knitter Snowman
4. Slipper Sock
5. Mittens
6. Lacy Shawl
7. Learn Mock Crochet Stitch
8. Flower Loom Christmas Stocking Ornament
9. Chevron, Shell, and Seed Stitch Scarf
10. Baby Booties
11. Beginner Dishcloth
12. Child’s Beaded Hat
13. Beginner Double Rake Loom
14. Seed Stitch Soap Sack
15. Coaster, Dishcloth, or Potholder
16. Learn to Make Cables
17. Poncho
18. Flower Loom Basics
19. More Cables
20. Afghan
21. Cable Knit Hat
22. Baby Blanket
23. Mitered Square Scallop Scarf
24. Striped Christmas Stocking
25. Karius and Baktus Scarf or Shawl
26. Knifty Knitter Scrubby
27. Perfect Pumpkin Patch
28. Christmas Tree Ornament
29. Lace Christmas Ornament
30. Christmas Bell
31. Just Go Round In Circles
32. Purl Heart Afghan
33. Basic Beanie Hat
34. Basket Weave Slouch Hat
35. Warm It Up with Wristers
36. Ribbed Hat
37. Long Loom Basic Scarf
38. Pot Holder/Hot Pad
39. Figure-Eight Stitch Scarf
40. Carol of the Christmas Bells
41. Hooded Scarf
42. Sports Team Hat
43. Three Ball Snowman
44. Lacy Reversible Hat
45. Cozy Hooded Cowl
46. Bell and Mini Stocking
47. Neck Warmer
48. Baby Hat
49. Two Pouches
50. Head Band
51. Holiday Ornaments
52. Basic Knit Hat
53. Fall Football Cuddle Sack
54. Lace Skinny Scarf
55. Basic Triangle Shawl
56. Flower Dishcloth
57. Fingerless Mitts
58. Holiday Scrunchy
59. Fall Pumpkin “Loom-a-naries”
60. Stitch Patterns Sampler
61. Rolled Brim Hat
62. Santa Hat
63. Fairies Wear Boots Cowl
64. Newborn Cable Hat
65. Mitered Square Scarf
66. Grandma’s Favorite Dishcloth
67. Chevron Stitch Dishcloth
68. Little Pines Dishcloth
69. Striped Christmas stocking
70. Paint By Numbers Shawl
71. Basic Loom Knit hat
72. knit stitches, pop Up Class
73. Loom Knit Flat-panel Scarf
74. Loom Knit Wrist Warmers
75. Loom Knit Mittens
76. Loom Knit Pot Holder
77. Loom Knitted Baby Blanket
78. Loom Knit Hair Scrunchy
79.  Loom Knit Flower
80. Loom Knit Dish Scrubby
81. Loom Knit Baby Sweater
82. Loom Knit Dot Stitch Dishcloth
83. Loom Knit Classic Cables Scarf
84. Loom Knit Dot Stitch Dishcloth
85. Loom Knit Classic Cables Scarf
86. Loom Stitches – Pop Up Class
87. Decorative Loom Knit Hat
88. Loom Knit Double Broken Rib Dishcloth
89. Loom Knit Mock Cable Hat
90. Elongated Rib Check Dishcloth
91. Loom Knit Garter Basket Weave Dishcloth
92. Loom Knit Bunny Face Dishcloth
93. Loom Knit Watering Can Dishcloth
94. Loom Knit Liberty Bell Dishcloth
95. Introduction to the rectangle loom – Pop Up Class
96. Loom Knit Schoolhouse Dishcloth