*Here are a few tutorials on how to do common techniques used frequently in Gettin’ It Pegged! patterns…
The “Secret” Formula for Double Ribbing! ;) Read all about it right here!
Choices in Cast Ons & Bind Offs: detailed comparisons of popular loom knitting cast ons and bind offs available today!
*Click here to download the Article on Cast On Comparisons & How-to Links. :)
*Click here to download the Article on Bind Off Comparisons & How-to Links :)
Loom Knitting Bind Off Comparison Video:
Working with the Half Stitch
Working with Double Knit: Cast On & Bind Off
Learn the Chain Lace Stitch, originally discovered right here at Gettin’ It Pegged!
Here is a 3-Part Video Tutorial exploring another way to create 4-st Right Cross Cables on your loom that will hopefully help eliminate those loose sides… as well as another way to use your
Cabled Mug Hugs pattern!
Here is a 3-Part Video Tutorial/LAL on how to create
Project Note: When creating each wedge, just build right on top of the previous wedge without removing from loom, and create the new using exactly the same procedure… no cutting or stitching wedges together required! ;)
Here is a Video Tutorial on how to create the Picot Cast On, as used in the “Pretty Peds” pattern, written for the new EvenKnit WonderLoom by Decor Accents!
Here’s a 2 Part Series of how to create Stitch Markers for your Knitting Looms! So sit back and enjoy Part One:
Here’s Part Two: Making your own Stitch Marker Dangles…
Here’s an Introductory Video all about Looming with Beads!
for adding great detail to those knitted pieces needed seaming! Makes a wonderful raised edge running along the seam.
Here are a few video tutorials detailing the Basic & Decrease Bind Off… The Decrease Bind Off is a simple way to create a softly shaped edge your projects!
1st Main Tutorial…
2nd Main Tutorial: How to create a simple Rosette!…
**Need help grafting 2 panels together?
Click hereto see a Fabulous tutorial video by Isela Phelps on how to execute the Kitchener Stitch!
This lovely cast on is a variation of the usual Cable Cast On. It creates a wonderful twisted look tothe bottom edge of any project!
Here is a pictorial view of the Gathered Cast On…originally created and dubbed “Drawstring Cast On” by Brenda Myers. She has been wonderful in sharing her methods with the looming world, and many of the patterns located here on this site incorporate this cast on method. And a Big thanks goes to Judy Hunter for providing the photos for us to enjoy! :)
*Here’s a link to my favorite “shortcut” tip from Isela Phelps concerning the use of the Garter Stitch.