Newest Freebies:

Dangling Spider Stitch/Square

Spiders, angle smSpiders, singleThis tutorial and afghan square pattern will have you creeping and crawling for your looms, not from fright, haha! 😉




Loom Knit Garden Tote

I imagine this floral motif as the window that looks out onto a rose garden, which would be a perfect place to sit and knit in the shades of the trellises, surrounded by the lovely scents of nature. This design features both double and single knit, making it a wonderful introduction to the Rotating Double Knit Loom by Authentic Knitting Board…Enjoy!


No-Twist Drop Stitch, 2 wrap angle, smNo-Twist Drop Stitch, 2 wrap 1, sm  No Twist Drop Stitch Scarf!

Please enjoy this introduction to the Zippy Master Set, including a tutorial video and pattern on how to create this lovely design! 🙂






Slouchy Pumpkin Hat back sm

Zippy Pumpkin Hat 2016

Zippy Pumpkin Slouch

This one is one of my favorites to wear every fall since its creation!

It whips up super fast on the Zippy Looms!





Please see this post for all kinds of goodies for your freebie lovin’ pleasure! 😀

Button-Up Romeos-chillin (768x1024) Triple Slip Rib front angle (1024x578)Zoey's Toesies- w.loom





Version Two top viewVersion One side anglePumpkin Patch Placemats

You can find this really fun and festive for fall pattern with two different pumpkin varieties to choose from over at the Knitting Board Blog …but why choose??  Work up an entire pumpkin patch super fast with these babies and the Zippy Loom! 😀


Chain Lace Cowl PortraitModeled with Chain Lace CowlThe
Chain Lace Cowl

is now listed at Ravelry! 🙂


PS: Here’s the post about the Chain Lace Stitch and Cowl when it was first published back in 2012…you know…for old time’s sake, lol! 😉



Loom Knit & Crocheted Punkin' Hats

Punkin' Heads!Loom/Crochet Along: 

Pumpkin Hat Tutorial Video!

Just click the link above to see all the information about the project, as well as the complete, step-by-step tutorial video.

Happy Loomy Harvest! 🙂



Roses Bouquet! :)Roses Bouquet...what the back looks like~ Alternate Version of the Felted Roses Greenery!

Please see this post for all instructions as well as links to Brenda Myers’ original Felted Rose pattern. 🙂



Tutorial: 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  🙂

Click here to view a Loom Knitting Bind Off Comparison Video!


Freebie Tutorial: 

The Scoop on Seaming: detailed comparisons of popular seaming techniques available today!

*Click here to download the Article on Seaming Comparisons & How-to Links  🙂


Freebie Pattern:

Servin’ Up Stripes! Loom Knit Table Runner

This double knit project will having you splashing color around your home in no time!  Create this project in any color you desire, add a whimsical touch of applique or embroidery to match the seasons… even make it in your favorite school colors to show your team spirit!  Learn special techniques to increase and decrease while double knitting on your long looms! For more information, the original introductory post is listed here.

*note: a new version of the pattern has replaced the previous version on 10/19/2011. You can find a post detailing the changes with helpful information about this project including a tutorial video here.


Freebie Tutorial:

*Loom Knit Bath Scrubby*

Join us in learning how to create or re-furbish those netted bath scrubbies! ….or use the same process to create adorable ribbon package toppers!

There are 6 Video Loom -Along Sessions located at these links:

  1. Part I
  2. Part II
  3. Part III
  4. Part IV
  5. Part V
  6. Learn to make a Party Bow!


Freebie Pattern:

itty bitty bags!

This is just the perfect little parcel, specifically made to stash those tiny things that we like to carry around with us… whether it is our cash stash, our mp3 players, a favorite lip gloss…you name it! It’s so easy to whip one of these little guys up on your EvenKnit Sock Loom or other fine gauge loom of your choice.


Freebie Pattern:

Loom Knit Oven Mitt!

This is just the accessory any friend of the kitchen needs!

Worked in thick textured Moss Stitch with 100% Cotton, this provides the perfect insulation against hot pots and cookie pans!



Fix those holey slippers with…
Felted Slipper Soles!

This would actually be a wonderful way to create your felted slippers from the start…they provide a more finished look and give much more durability and extra comfort for those tired tootsies.


Freebie Pattern

Pretty Peds 2*Pretty Peds*

These little sweeties were designed some time ago, but  I have since updated the project to be worked on the new EFG Sock Loom by Authentic Knitting board.  Pop on over to check out the newly released version of the pattern!



Freebie Pattern

*Winter Whimsy*

Join us in creating this innovative, yet easy to make interchangeable project!

There are 4 Loom Along Sessions located at these links:

  1.    Gather it
  2. LAL Part I
  3. LAL Part II
  4. LAL Part III


Freebie Pattern

*Kissie Fishing Game!*

See how to create a classic children’s game with just some yarn, magnets, and dowels!

Thanks goes to Jenny Stark for her original Kissie Fish pattern, without which, there would be no fiber fishing, lol! 😉


Freebie Pattern

Scrubby-O's blueScrubby-O's group*Scrubby-O’s*

This is a really fun way to get those counters & sink clean, or to use in your bath to exfoliate for silky smooth skin…
Project can be done in under a half hour!

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! 😉

Complete 3 Session Video Tutorial Available Here!

An additional post on how to make Pinwheel Scrubby-O’s here!


Freebie Fiber Story!

A day in the life~ Read all about the trials, tribulations, and inspirations of a dedicated loom knitter in this fibery tale written by kindred spirits in this 2nd Blogiversary Edition 2009~


Freebie Quickguide!

Kitchener St Looming Guide-pg 1a*Kitchener Stitch Pocket Guide for Loomers*

Pick up your Quickguide to help you in your Kitchener Stitch grafting endeavors… language tailored to non-knitters. 😉

Read more about it in this introductory post.  *Also, if you’d like a not-so-pockety size for easier reading, click here to download in a half page size format.  Enjoy!


Freebie Pattern!

espresso-hugmugs-and-hugCabled Mug Hugs!

I don’t know about you, but I love to drink coffee and tea! …and since I’m drinking these toasty hot beverages on a regular basis, why not drink them in style? This is a simple pattern that will have you whipping up cables on the loom in no time! These make absolutely wonderful gifts, too! 🙂

**Pop on over to the Twisted Stitches page for a 3 part video tutorial on another way of creating cables on the looms, as well as a brand new finished project using this pattern!


Freebie Pattern!

My Frosty Friend...featured on the cover of the LKC! Frosty Friend!

This little guy makes me happy just looking at him! 🙂 He’s just filled with good natured cheer. He was first featured on the cover of the Loom Knitter’s Circle Winter 2007 edition…now he’s making his debut right here on the Freebies page to provide lots of happy holiday inspiration for us loomies! Enjoy! 😀


Freebie Pattern!

Felted Rosette Clutch~

This sweet little bag is such a snap to knit up on your regular to large gauge looms, that you’ll be sporting a new bag in no time! (Sample used yellow & blue round KK looms, but any loom of similiar gauge and peg # can be substituted. ) There is also a series of Video Tutorials based on the Decrease Bind Off here, that will make creating the rosette a snap!


Freebie Pattern:

Basket Weave Placemats~

These are a fun and easy quick looming project… they make wonderful gifts, and would be excellent for patio picnics! 🙂 *Hint: the Magnetic Chart Marker works great to keep your place while reading the chart included in this pattern. You’ll find the link to the tutorial on how to make one for yourself a little further down the page. 😉


Freebie Pattern:

*Felted Key Fob!*

Just click above to download in PDF.

If you’d like to read about how this pattern came about… just give a little click here. 😉



How to make a Magnet Chart Marker!



Happy Camper!

Mitts for Megan~

These are really easy to whip up little mitts for the younger set…they need smaller versions than the we can get knitting in the round on the blue KK loom… so this is how I created a pair for my daughter, for Christmas. 🙂


*Super Easy Mittens!

Kid MittensAdult MittensThese Mittens are so cozy & comfy!…and so easy, too…all in one piece! No need for a separate thumb insert.

Click here to download this FREE pattern in PDF format! 🙂

Here’s a post with a 4 series video tutorial by Christina Fasoula going through this very pattern step-by-step!


**Candy Cane Characters**

Here’s my gift to you for this holiday season…

Sweet little Candy Cane Covers, created on a 6 peg loom!



Has Spencer “dropped in” at your house yet??

Meet Spencer the Spider!

He’s the new addition to the Freebies page!  Just click to begin crafting a creepy eight legged pal!


Freebie Pattern!

My Swirly Felted Bottle Hug...in the Freebies.Felted Bottle Hug

Felted Bottle Hug…this is perfect for those hot summer days…keeps your water cool & refreshing! Also, try out a new flat bottom weaving technique. Let me know what you think!


Ps: Check out an alternate pattern idea on the blog page here!


Freebie Pattern!

My Raffia Bag...you can find this in the Freebies.

*Raffia Handbag*

Download using the link above. It was created for the Knifty Knitter Loom Set and uses a pre-made purse form, and Raffia Ribbon, that can be purchased at your local craft store.  Enjoy this cool, summery look!

159 Responses to *Freebies

  1. guppylovesshark says:

    Hi Bethany 🙂 You have some really nice patterns here. I’m going to have to try the mittens. My eight year old boy hates gloves with fingers. He has some really nice insulated ones that he refuses to wear. Thanks for sharing! Have a great day!


  2. Amy says:

    Love your free patterns! Keep up the great work. I’m still a beginner loomer and knitter.

    stitchwit on Ravelry

  3. Deb says:

    I have never seen a premade purse form.. .Where would I find them? Are they retail, or only order.
    I love the rafia purse.. have never worked with it at all. Will have to give it a try.

    Thanks for the great pattern.

  4. gettinitpegged says:


    I just wanted to make sure you knew that the purse form can definitely be found at Michaels Crafts, usually in the apparel aisle. There is an item number on the materials list in the pattern that will help you be able to find the correct form when you’re ready to go shopping.

    Hope you enjoy! 🙂

  5. Sharlet says:

    Hi Bethany,
    I was just wondering if the bath mitt set is still available. Is it difficult to make? Thanks for the information.

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  7. Kaitlin says:

    Love the water battle cover I thank it was a grand idea


  8. Kaitlin says:

    love the mittens
    Grate idea So very grate


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  10. Cindy says:

    I make items for our hospital, and pregnancy center, I joined a couple of the loom groups and I came across Your baby bootie pattern, I would love to make some for My charities,could You please let me know how I could get the pattern, and how much it would cost? I only have the kk looms,and the flower loom.
    Thank You, Cindy

  11. Hannah says:

    Great Patterns My family is having the same issue with our cars lock/unlock button. It is such a pain. I’m gonna have to try the felted key fob out

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  13. Dianne says:

    Love the freebies, thought I was too late for the party. In beautiful (not) Odessa, Tx visiting MIL and just said goodbye to house full of relatives. All I could think about was “please please go home so I can get to the party”.

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  16. Terry says:

    Hi, thanks for the patterns – the mitten pattern looks like something I will enjoy working on for the winter. Really appreciate your generosity.

  17. wizzo49 says:

    I am just learning how to use the Knifty Knitters Loom. I have made 1 hat. Now am trying to make a pair of socks but am having trouble on making the Heal of the sock. I have to start all over and need some help with a video or voice talk on it. Can you help me with that or know of a good website that teaches you that with a video or voice chat? Thanks for your help!

  18. sandy says:

    i’m will cindy…i have done booties on the flower loom, but would love to make them like yours!!! ie, i would need the loom and the pattern (all i currently have is the knifty knitter set of flower to green round looms). can you help me out! the hospital will love me!!!

  19. Martha Emery says:

    I’m stumped with the directions to the mittens. When do you begin the round after you flat panel knit the thumbs. Is it at the same time you are flat paneling?

  20. Angela Johnson says:

    Gorgeous items, I am truly impressed with your abilities with the looms.
    I tried to download the patternfor the raffia handbag but it didnt work because it said the pdf was corrupted and unsaveable, any ideas?
    Thanks for supply such great free patterns.

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  22. denise says:

    i have tried a number of times to download the file for the basket placemat it says the file is corrupt is there another way to get the directions to these placemats
    thanks denise

  23. gettinitpegged says:

    Oh you are wonderful thanks so much


    ——-Original Message——-

    Date: 10/28/2008 12:12:04 AM
    Subject: Re: [Gettin’ It Pegged…Loom Knitter’s Clique] Comment: “*Freebies”

    Hmmm…I’m sorry, Denise! For some reason some of the files have been acting up lately…I think my server has been making some changes and my files just don’t like it, lol. 😛

    Of course, I’d love for you to have the pattern…I’m attaching it to this email directly.

    Enjoy! 🙂

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  25. angela says:

    Hi, I am fairly new at the knifty knitter and am always looking for patterns. I found your mittens pattern but for some reason it won’t open on my computer, would you mind emailing it to me? If not I will try to find another one somewhere else, Thank you so much, Angela…

  26. Diana says:

    how do you purl on a loom?
    please let me know or where I can find out how.

  27. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi, Diana!
    You can find out how to purl on a loom…plus a whole lot more(!) right here:


    This will give you lots of great information on many different techniques for the looms…have fun! 🙂

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  29. Rayne says:

    Hey, I just worked the basketweave placemat and I love it, but I ran out of yarn to do the cast off!! Not sure what happened since gauge is determined by the loom peg spacing, and I used the green round loom. My beginning tail is fairly short also, so it’s not that I left too much yarn at the beginning. I’m thinking my only option will be to rip back part of the basketweave portion so that I have enough to make the matching garter stitch edge.

  30. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi, Rayne! I hope you’re having a very Merry Christmas!

    I have experienced this as well with this particular yarn…the only thing I can attribute it to is a variance in the actual yardage included in the skein. 😛 (…since many others were created using the same tension and with enough for one placemat in each skein.) It’s really weird! What has been done to remedy this in the past is to just use a tad bit from another skein to finish the placemat…there has actually been enough to do this and finish another out of the same skein…which is an additional factor that validates the yardage idea…

    But your idea of shortening the body of the placemat should work fine…just write down what you’ve done to adjust the pattern, so that you can make matching mates if you’re planning on creating a set. 🙂

    HTH’s! Happy holidays!

  31. Mia says:

    Wow. I am never able to knit or crochet anything, but thanks to you I now canmake tons of great gifts.

  32. Jodi says:

    I’m wondering if you can help me out. I purchased the “singer knitting machine” for my daughters to help teach them how to knit. They are just to young for me to teach them with needles, any way there was no project booklet included in the box upon opening it. Now I know how to knit with regular needles, but what I’m wondering is if any of the circle loom patterns that you have featured will work with this contraption. If so can you please include or send me some patterns that little girls can use. Or if you can help me look for a project booklet, I would be ever so grateful. Thank-you

  33. Terri says:

    Great patterns. I love everything. It’s all so cute. Now if I just knew how to do it all.

    I’m just starting out and hoping to one day get better at it.

    Thanks for all the great ideas. Who would have thought a loom could be so fun.

  34. ANNMARIE says:



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  36. Jen says:

    Hi there!

    These freebies are so cute! I am going to give hot chocolate kits & recipes for Christmas gifts and was hoping to make the “mug hugs” to go along with them.

    I am new to looming and I found the following step to be confusing because the lingo wasn’t on your key.
    ‘4-st RC’ – what does that mean?

    Any help would be appreciated! Thank you!


  37. gettinitpegged says:

    Hello, Jen!

    I’m so glad you’re making the Cabled Mug Hugs…I absolutely love mine, and seem to keep finding new ways to use them, lol! Your idea for holiday Cocoa Kits is such a great one!

    In answer to your question:
    A 4-st RC is a 4 Stitch Right Cable…to know how to do these, please follow the links provided in the pattern for detailed tutorials on how to create cables. (under Technique Links)

    Hope that helps you get going…have a great day!

  38. Debie says:

    I have a white big loom but I have no idea what you would make on it.it does have spilts on the one side of it .it has this on the edge of the loom.
    kintt a round Do any of you have any patterns for it?? thank you. also could you make a prayer shalw with the wite loom?? Or the bigger loom?? thank you D.k.Lloyd

  39. gettinitpegged says:

    Hello, Debie!

    Without actually seeing the looms you’re talking about, it’s very difficult to be able to say what they’re used for, or what you can make on them. Do you think you could send me a picture of them so that I can see what kind of looms you’re describing? This would be very helpful. 🙂

    Short of that, how many pegs do these looms have, and are the pegs continuing in an unbroken circle all the way around the loom, or are they in a straight line?

    If the pegs are in a circle, then you can pretty much make any shape of item, including both round tubes, or straight panels of fabric. The size of items you can make depends on the number of pegs your looms have.

    I hope this helps…let me know if you can give me any more information. Thanks! 🙂

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  41. Echo says:

    I love the kitchen cookies, My husband and I seem to have lost all of our wash cloths to our roommates when they moved out, so we are always looking for small towels or sponges to scrub out our dishes with and such. This is perfect cause when it gets a little ratty, I can just make another instead of buying another box or bag of sponges. Thanks a a lot for this!

  42. Dianne says:

    I have seen a beautiful big cowl neck knitted pattern. Cowl necks are in style and my daughter wants one. I used the large rake nifty knitter but it isn’t big enough for what I want. The pattern I saw had 300 stitches joined in a round and it was ribbed knitting. It is a neck warmer and about 16 ” high. I wasn’t about to knit that many stitches since I started looming. I was wondering if you had any suggestions as to how I could do one on a loom. I was thinking of looming and then weaving in to join but I don’t know what stitches in needle knitting are equal to loom knitting.

  43. gettinitpegged says:

    Hello, Dianne! 🙂

    Because of the gauge difference between most needle knitted patterns and the Knifty Knitter looms, I think you’ll find that you’ll be able to adjust the cowl pattern to suit your needs just fine using the KK looms, even without the 300 pegs. I would think you’d be able to achieve a 16″ width just by knitting in a flat panel with even the red or green round looms, then stitching the ends together to make the circle of the cowl. Ribbing is pretty much the same for loom knitting as it is in needle knitting: alternating knit and purl stitches, keeping the knits above knits and the purls above purls in each successive row. Here’s a great place to see how to do these stitches on the looms: http://isela.typepad.com/looming_crafts/loom-videos.html

    I hope this gets you going on the right track! Happy Looming! 🙂

  44. marie miller says:

    has any made neck warmer or dickies on the circular loom. if so need pattern please tks

  45. Dianne says:

    I made one on the largest rake loom and just did the loop over because I am a beginner. The largest round one will make one for smaller children. The pattern I saw was the same as the ribbed though anyway. On the large rake loom it will fit adults or older children. I made one on the largest round one and it will fit small adults and older child, just make it shorter. I made mine 14″ because I was trying to do the pattern I saw. I then crocheted one that was very large. If you look in the Dec. 2009 Vogue knitting magazine you will see the cowl necks there. I can try and post a url to the pattern I saw.
    On Lions yard website there are free patterns that are really nice for Knitting so I thought I would just try them on the loom.

  46. Hooked says:

    Scrubby-O’s are SO AWESOME! I absolutely LOVE-LOVE-LOVE them, I am completely hooked. I have made them in different colors & sizes, with & without nylon netting! Thanks for the great video tutorial, I couldn’t have done it without that & now I know how to do wedges too.

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  48. CAROLYN says:

    i keep clicking on the placemat and it just keeps going from page to page.Is there any way i can get this pattern as i want to make some for our camper. Thank you so much for your trouble and i do appreciate you taking your time to post these patterns. Your a spexial person for doing this for people.


  49. leslie says:

    do you have a pattern for socks on the smaall round blue knifty knitter? thanks

  50. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi, Leslie! 🙂

    On the Peggin’ Pages section of the blog, I have a pattern entitled “Chunky Slipper Socks” which is created using the small blue round Knifty Knitter loom. It’s on sale until Sunday for only $1! 😉

    Here’s the link for you: https://gettinitpegged.com/peggin-pages/

    Have a happy day! 🙂


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  52. Alta says:


  53. gettinitpegged says:

    Wow, Alta! I’m so pleased that you have found some good use out of the information here at my little blog! Congratulations on finding such a fantastic craft as loom knitting to embark upon! 🙂

    After your question about subscribing to the blog, I placed a little button on the right hand side bar, just above the comments box where you can subscribe to the blog and be notified every time there is something new to read. Let me know if you have any trouble with it, K?

    Happy Looming…and welcome to the Clique!

  54. Stasia Renfrow says:

    On the Cabled Mug Hugs what length should they be? I think mine look really short, but I could be mistaken.

  55. gettinitpegged says:

    Hiya, Stasia!

    As the for the length of the Cabled Mug Hugs, you’d just want to make them as long as your cup is wide. 😉 Have fun with those…they’re fun to whip up!


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  59. Amber says:

    I really want to make the Mary Jane slippers using my Knifty Knitter, but am having some difficulties understanding your pattern… do you have any picture or video tutorials on how to do this? I’d pay for them…

  60. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi, Amber!

    I will email you privately to see if I can help get you going, K? 😉

  61. gettinitpegged says:

    Oh…Also, there is a video on the Picot CO here: https://gettinitpegged.com/twisted-stitches/
    Just scroll down until you see the pink/purple Pretty Peds and the EvenKnit Loom) 😉

  62. Jenny says:

    Hi There!

    I just wanted to say that I’ve been making Scrubbi O’s like crazy! I used to buy a 3 pack of sponges weekly to clean up in the kitchen and went out to find a more environmently friendly and cheaper option and found these. I love that I can make 5 or 6 of them and wash them and reuse them over and over and its still cheaper than 1 3 pack of smelly sponges, I’m working on making some for the bathtub with a little softer tulle as my kids are begging for them..AND I’ve already got a good stash of them going to give to my mother and sisters in their Christmas gift bag. Your video is awesome and so easy to follow. My daughter is dying to ger her hands on a little spa kit so I’m sure I’ll be purchasing that pattern soon!


  63. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi Jenny! 🙂

    I’m so thrilled to hear that you’re enjoying the Scrubby-O’s! They’re really a very useful little item, aren’t they…and so simple and easy to whip up. I’m very happy that you’re finding such enjoyment out of the project. I gave them in my holiday baskets last year too! 🙂

    Thanks so much for your note! Have a happy week…


  64. claire says:

    hi i try to loom the *Super Easy Mittens! yes they easy but they are too big for kids plus you need to make 4 pairs 2 for one and 2 for other hand i found it easy to go by but when you make it up they just don’t look the same as the picture

  65. claire says:

    i read the pattern wrong sorry

  66. gettinitpegged says:

    I’m so glad you figured it out, Claire! 🙂 Please don’t hesitate to let me know if I can be of any assistance, K?

    By the way, the pair I list in the pattern for children were made for sizes 6-10 yrs (depending on hand size). If you need them smaller, adjustments will have to be made to the pattern to accommodate that. Hope that helps figure out what to do for the sizing!

    Feel free to email me with any questions at Bethany@Gettinitpegged.com Happy Looming! 😀


  67. Sarah says:

    I love your patterns but I have tried to see the basketweave placemats for the longest time and every time it comes up that the file is damaged and cannot be repaired. Is there any way to get this pattern? I’d really appreciate it. Thanks

  68. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi Sarah! 🙂

    No problem at all…sometimes different browsers cause hiccups in the system. I’ve tried the link just to be sure it still worked and the pattern came up for me. What I’m going to do is send you to the PDF file directly through email so that you’ll be sure and receive it! 😉

    Happy Looming! Bethany~

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  70. Jolene Torgler says:

    I love your creative patterns, and also the colors you choose… my next project is going to be that darling “Spencer” the spider… can’t wait to get started! Thank you so very much for sharing your patterns and especially your talent with all of us “loomers” 🙂

  71. BB says:

    I can’t get the page for Spencer the Spider to come up! Can anyone help me?

  72. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi there! I sent a copy of the pattern directly to your private email. Computers can be very finicky at times…spoken from someone who truly knows, lol! 😉

    Have fun making Spencer! Bethany~

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  76. ema says:

    i love to loom knitt thanks for the free patterns they are cute

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  79. carol says:

    Couldn’t access the rafia handbag, do you know of any “hobo bag” patterns which could be attached to bamboo handles? Could I make something similar to a baby sac? Thanks.

  80. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi, Carol! 🙂

    I checked the link on the Raffia Bag and it seems to be working fine…the pattern loaded for me. Sometimes if you have a slower connection or dial up it takes a while to load. 😉

    I’m not sure where to find a pattern like the one you describe, but you might try here at this site, as they have a wide variety of different types of project links available: http://knittingpatterncentral.com/directory/loom_knitting.php

    Happy Looming!


  81. Lisa says:


    Please help! I am feeling remarkably stupid. I have been trying to make the “scrubby o’s”. I finished the first wedge, but I don’t understand how to start the second. Do you stitch the same pegs? The ones next to them? Do you do the crochet cast on again? I think I am over-complicating the process, but I just don’t get it! Any help will be greatly appreciated! I have your videos, but even that isn’t helping me get started!


  82. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi Lisa! 🙂 This is a commonly asked question, which is why I’ve added this note in every Scrubby-O post I can find, lol. It states:

    “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! 😉 ” ….also, use exactly the same pegs used in the first wedge…no extra cast on, just repeat exactly the first wedge as written and you will see your circle start to form.

    Hope that helps!

  83. Lisa says:


    EUREKA!!! That makes so much more sense to my beleaguered little brain! 🙂

    So, just to be clear(er), when you finish a wedge you just pull the thread back to the first peg and start over? I get long “threads” along the back at each wedge change. Is there any way to avoid those?

    Thank you so much for your help! I really appreciate your taking the time to answer my questions!


  84. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi Lisa! 🙂 You’re very welcome!

    You will actually be purling back across all the pegs so that you end up right back at the first peg again to start your new wedge. 😉 There shouldn’t be any long strings at all.
    You’re almost there!

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  87. BeckyR says:


    Thank you so much for putting these patterns here. I’ve started using the knitting loom because crochet makes my arms ache. But I need to make more than hats. You have some wonderful stuff, like the placemats, the oven mit, scrubby-O’s and bottle hug. But I am unable to down load any of them 😦 Is there another way to get them?

    Thank you so much,

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  90. brooke says:

    I love this site but i wish there were more things to do and easy one cause im a begginer

  91. Jolene Torgler says:

    Brooke: There are some really fun things to make on this website for beginners… you’ve probably already done some hats… now try making an upside-down hat as a gathered purse! You just make a cap as usual (no brim), gather it at the top (with no pom-pom), and turn it upside down. Now, just take a long piece of pretty ribbon and weave it in and out of the knitting about an inch or more down from the top of the “purse”… tie it in a pretty bow and you have your drawstring for closing the top. Attach an I-cord to the purse at both “top” ends of the purse and you have a shoulder strap!!! Tutorials on making an I-cord can be found on YouTube (or) instructions come with a Knifty Knitter spool loom 🙂 Hope this gives you a fun project for Spring!

  92. Jolene Torgler says:

    Becky R: I have found Bethany’s patterns on ravelry.com…. some of the patterns are free and some are a few dollars. I was able to pay for some of her patterns… which would download for me, then I would then print off. Not sure why you are having problems with downloading, if they are free. You may have to contact her via email. I do know that she is working hard these days to get her book finished, which might have the patterns you are looking for in it 🙂

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  94. gettinitpegged says:

    Jolene, you are terrific for helping these ladies…thank you! 😀 You have a great idea here for Brooke, and thank you for encouraging Becky too. I so much appreciate your willingness to provide a helping hand where needed while I’ve been so busy offline. ❤

    Just so you know, I did look up Becky's past comment history, and it looks like I sent her a private email containing several of the patterns located on the freebies page so that she could download them easier…I just forgot to answer her here as well. oopsie! Sometimes different browser and internet speeds will affect the ability to download some of the files, and I have no problem with attaching them to an email for folks when needed. 😉

    Thanks so much again for your caring-sharing nature, Jolene!

  95. Courtney says:

    I saw on your page a little while back a video on how to make the baby booties. I now have a fine gage loom to make them but I can’t seem to find that video. Could you give me the link or even email me some information. I am so excited to get started on them for my baby girl 😀 Thank you

  96. gettinitpegged says:

    Courtney, Congratulations on your new little arrival…babies are such sweet things to loom for! 🙂

    As for the booties, there are a couple of videos detailing some of the techniques used in the making of them on the Twisted Stitches page of my site here:
    https://gettinitpegged.com/twisted-stitches/ (just scroll down till you spot them…) 😉

    The actual pattern is available for purchase at my Artfire Shop here:

    Happy Looming!

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  98. Gina E says:

    I just want to thank you for your step by step video tutorial of the scrubby pads. I am a new knitter and I have been trying to teach myself with books and having no luck. Your video was so easy to follow and I appreciate that. I was able to complete my project with success instead of frustration. Thank you so much!
    PS. Your other patterns are great and I look forward to trying them.

  99. gettinitpegged says:

    Gina, I’m so thrilled that the tutorials and patterns have helped you along in your loom knitting journey! 🙂 I wish you many more happy adventures with your looms!

    (I’d love to see a pic of your completed Scrubby-O…it would fit very nicely on the Clique Pics page! 🙂

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  101. Karen Aicken says:

    Wow – what a wonderful selection of patterns! Thank you so much. I’ve had my looms for several weeks and just cannot stop! Everyone is getting hats for Christmas, but now I’m ready to move onto other things.
    Thank you again!
    Cheers, Karen

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  103. Nichole says:

    Thank you SO much for the free patterns! I love the resources and how you’ve laid out your site! 🙂
    God bless all your endeavors!
    Ps: Do you happen to have a baby (12-18 mos) leg warmer pattern by chance? I’d be happy to buy it online if you do!

  104. gettinitpegged says:

    Hello Nichole! 🙂 I’m so glad you’re finding the gettinitpegged site useful in your loomy adventures!

    As for the leg warmers, I found this page which has a few pattern links to different sites on the web…just look on the right hand sidebar and scroll down until you spot the heading, “Leg Warmers-Leggings”. http://springyknitting.com/_wsn/page2.html Hope that helps!


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  107. Karen Buechel says:

    I purchased your book Looming for Little People and have made some of the projects, The Jester Hat was extremely cute. Now I am working on the So Cool Hat, and am having trouble figuring out how to do the brim. I know it is probably so easy it would slap me in the face, but by face must be in the wrong spot. I cannot figure out how to decrease at the 2 outside pegs, how do I deal with the three pegs before that??? Would appreciate any help as I have started and taken apart probably a minimum of 15 times in the last two days!!!!! Thank you!

  108. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi there, Karen! 🙂 I’m very happy to help you through this little bit of difficulty…I’ll send you a private email asap! 🙂 Bethany~

  109. Karen Buechel says:

    Thank you so much Bethany for your quick response. You hit the peg on the head. That is exactly what I was looking for. I did move the first two pegs over a couple of times but then started over because I felt like I had to pull so tight. I am new to looming also, and I think I am trying some challenging patterns right off the bat. I absolutely love the projects in your book and know that I will probably try every one of them! Thank you again!

  110. gettinitpegged says:

    That is so awesome, Karen! 😀 I’m so thrilled that you’re enjoying the projects in LKLP and that you’re having fun with them. I’d absolutely LOVE to see some pics when you get done with them…I would love to feature them on our Clique Pics page! 🙂 Keep up the great work! …and kudos to you for not being afraid of the projects and just diving in…that takes a special kind of courage and you’ve got it! Bethany~

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  112. laurie says:

    Do you have a video to help me with making the mittens (kids mittens) that shows step by step how to make them on the loom?

  113. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi Laurie! 🙂 I don’t have a video specifically for the kid’s mittens, but the adult mittens have been recorded by Christina Fasoula here: https://gettinitpegged.com/2011/11/19/mittens-on-knitting-looms/ Alternatively, you could use a long loom with an added loom clip (by Knifty Knitter) and just do the exact same project as the adults, but use the number of pegs specified in the pattern for the children’s mitts. This particular pattern was created before those long looms and clips were on the market, so this might be the easier way to go, rather than making them in a flat panel and seaming them up after the fact. This was pretty much the only way to make those mittens adjustable on a blue round KK loom, when that was all we had at hand. 😉

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  116. Beads says:

    Valuable info. Lucky me I found your web site by chance, and I am stunned why this coincidence did not happened in advance! I bookmarked it.

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  118. Nicole says:

    I am IN LOVE with your site. I got my looms a couple of years ago just for fun and to play with but up until last year haven’t really done much with them. My little cousin was diagnosed with brain cancer and we all began making hats for him…… so many in fact that we donated close to 600 to the local cancer treatment hospital. Anyway, I made alot of his hats on the loom and they all began to look the same and I wanted something different. Thanks to your page (with VERY easy to follow instructions) I now know more stitches and can make more things as well. I am currently in love with the Scrubby-O’s pattern and have been making them left and right. I’m thinking about trying the mittens next. Thank you so much for sharing these and making easy to follow instructions with videos, It has been an absolute treat to watch and makes things easier to follow and understand. Again, Thank you.

  119. gettinitpegged says:

    Nicole, I am so sorry to hear about your little cousin…I hope the best for him and his family. ❤ I think it's amazing that something so good could come from something so horribly not good. Your adventures in loom knitting have gone on to not only help your cousin, but so many others! Hooray on embarking on the challenge to learn new stitches on your looms and thus, new projects to be able to share with those you love. Keep up the excellent work! (Work??! I meant fun, lol! 😉 )


  120. mona says:

    can you please email the pattern for the basket weave. love your site

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  122. CB says:

    Wow, the little pouches are going to be fun!! Also, a question about the Scrubby-O’s: Are they knit as one row, or are they knit as a sphere and then flattened? I didn’t understand the directions too well, so I am just asking for a little clarification. Other than that (and it isn’t even a problem on your part), great patterns! Thank you! 😀

  123. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi CB! 🙂 I’m so glad to hear that you’ve been enjoying the goodies to be found here at gettinitpegged.com!

    As for the Scrubby-O, you will be knitting all the wedges in one piece, one knitted directly after the previous one, using all the same pegs and all the same instructions. You will end up with a kind of curvy length of knitting, which you will then assemble into a circle. I also have some helpful videos explaining the process found on the Twisted Stitches page here: https://gettinitpegged.com/twisted-stitches/ Just scroll down until you spot them. 😉

    I hope this helps you in your Scrubby-O making adventures…they become quite addicting, so be forewarned, lol! ;D


  124. CB says:

    Bethany, I have a question about your book. Off-topic, I know. 😉 It is titled ‘Loom Knitting for Little People,’ and in the corner, it says ‘. . . for the kids in your life.’ Is it knitting projects where you knit something to GIVE to the child, or is it knitting projects for THEM to do? I probably know the answer already, but I just want to make sure. Again, I am easy to confuse, so this probably didn’t even occur to anyone else. 😉 Thanks!

  125. gettinitpegged says:

    Hi there, CB! 🙂 I’m sorry for the late reply…we just returned from a family vacation. We had a lot of lot of fun together and it was just plain good to get away for a while!

    In answer to your question, “Loom Knitting for Little People” is a book designed to create loom knitted items *for* the kidletts in your life. 😉 Although, I will say that there are several projects that could conceivably be created by kids who are interested in loom knitting and display an aptitude for the craft.

    Also, there are many projects in the book that can also be created for adults, so it’s definitely capable of being used for more than just looming for children. There are scarves, bags, hats, blankets, and slippers that would be terrific for children and adults of all ages! 🙂

    I hope this helps give you a better idea. I’m planning on doing a slide show soon which details all the projects that are contained in the book. I think this will help people get a better idea of what amazing fun is to be had within it’s pages.

    Have a very happy summer…hopefully you’re finding time to wrap some yarn around your pegs!


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  127. Deana says:

    I am a new loom knitter. I got my looms to make really basic scarves and maybe “branch out” to hats…lol. Oh how ignorant I was! I am amazed at just how many uses I can get out of them! I am so excited since I have taken more to this than knitting with needles. Thank you for the wonderful new patterns!

  128. Nina says:

    Hi Bethany like your patterns. I am new to loom knitting been doing a few baby hats. Have fibromyalgia so fingers at times do not want to knit or crochet so decided to do loom knitting I have a question about the line that goes up the side. How do I get rid of it make it tighter or do it so it do not stand out. I just been doing the e wrap. I have tried wrapping two loops going over one also wrapping 3 times going over two sts. I still get that holey line in the circle. I have not seen this question any where. Thank you for your help Best for the New Year Nina Can you send me an email so I can get help as soon as you are able to answer thank you so much

  129. Hello, Nina! 🙂 Welcome to the wonderful and chalk-full-of-fun world of loom knitting! 😀 I absolutely know what you mean about the looms being a better avenue for those sore fingers and wrists, having myself suffered with the issues of chronic pain.

    In answer to your question about the running “ladder” line which can run up the sides of your loom when ewrapping in the round…this is a problem that faces many new loom knitters. It is caused by extra looseness being created as you lift the bottom loop over the top loop on your way around the loom. As you progress, that bit of looseness just gets more pronounced, and no matter how tightly you pull the first stitch of the next row, you end up with this loose line. There are two ways to combat this issue:

    The first and most surefire way is to not wrap the entire row of stitches, proceeding then to knit off all of them at once. If you only ewrap and knit off one stitch at a time, there will be no way for that extra looseness to build up in your row…problem solved! 🙂

    The second way is to go ahead and ewrap the entire row, but make sure to just lightly FLIP the bottom loop over the top loop without PULLING at it, which is really what creates that extra looseness to begin with. You can also knit off your row in a different order each time, varying where you end your last knit off stitch. This also will help in nixing that ladder line.

    I hope this helps! Happy Looming to you!

    Bethany~ Visit me @ website: http://gettinitpegged.com @ facebook: http://facebook.com/gettinitpegged @ shop: http://gettinitpegged.artfire.com *Order your copy of “Loom Knitting for Little People” here: https://www.createspace.com/3660193

  130. Luis says:

    I love it when folks come together and share ideas.
    Great website, continue the good work!

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  132. Everyone loves it whenever people come together and share opinions.
    Great blog, keep it up!

  133. Joni Gatlin says:

    can you show us how to make a chevron patterned afghan? I have both the long Knitting Board and the all in one knitting board and cant find how to do the chevron pattern for it! can you please help a girl out?

  134. Hi there, Joni! 🙂 I did a little Google search and was surprised to find so many selections available for the chevron stitch in loom knitting! Here’s the same search terms I used…feel free to browse through the results to discover the one that’s right for you: loom knitting chevron stitch

  135. Robyn says:

    I love the bag

  136. melba says:

    Beautiful wrk. Thx for sharing patterns. Do u have an easy fingerless glove pattern. Im a beginner.

  137. Hi Melba!  :)The most simplest fingerless gloves I have are the Mitts for Megan (Freebies)  and the Girl Gauntlets found at my pattern shop here: http://gettinitpegged.artfire.comHope that helps!  Welcome to the wonderful art of loom knitting! :)Bethany~Sent from my Samsung smartphone on AT&T

  138. I’m extremely impressed with your writing skills
    and also with the layout on your blog. Is this a paid theme or did
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  141. Sharee says:

    Hi Bethany. I just bought a Knifty Knitter (yellow) because I liked the poncho it showed on the front. However, when you go to Provo Craft’s website for the pattern, all they have is their Cricut. I guess they don’t support anything else now. DO o have ny idea where I can find a pattern for that poncho?.

  142. Hi Sharee! 🙂 I can definitely help you with that. When Provo Crafts stopped manufacturing the Knifty Knitter Looms, they discontinued their pattern site…but it’s not altogether gone from the vast recesses of the World Wide Web. 😉 Here’s where all those patterns are hiding out now:


    Hope you enjoy all those projects!


  143. Cathy says:

    Hi. How do keep your knitting on the blue loom from getting too tight when flat knitting? Mine gets so tight I’m practically bending my hook out of shape. I hold the yarn loosely but it still get so tight it’s hard to finish the project. Hoping you can help. 😊

  144. Hi Cathy! 🙂

    Hmmm…other than saying, “Make sure not to pull your yarn too tight,” lol, I’m not sure what to tell you. There have been the occasional times when a new loomer was actually knitting on the wrong side of the peg, causing all sorts of havoc, but this was during the ewrap process. The best tip I can think of for flat knitting is to use the U-Stitch. This is where you kind of “hug” the peg (in the shape of the letter “u”) with the yarn while knitting off. This helps you build ease into your flat stitches to make them much more manageable. If you visit youtube, I’m sure you can find a tutorial on doing the U-stitch. I hope this helps!

  145. Cynthia says:

    Hi my name is Cynthia I have just found your site I have been knitting hats on my loom and scarfs which I must admit I really enjoy and am very pleased with, but I used to knit ordinarily when it came to mittens, but now I have seen your sight I have down loaded the mitten pattern and I am going to have a go, let you know how I get on. Thanks for the pattern and all your help with all other things you do. Regards Cynthia

  146. Donna says:

    Do you have a pattern for a infinity scarf a long one its for a 15 year old she wants it wrapped twice over her coat thank-you

  147. Hi donna! 🙂

    I don’t have one really, but they’re really easy to make. Simply choose any easy scarf pattern, then knit it long enough to loop around twice, then stitch your ends together after it’s off the loom. Easy peasy! 🙂

  148. Donna says:

    Thank-you for the reply and advice

  149. tjwynn says:

    Thanks so much for your time and efforts to make your videos. So clear and informative. I am a rank beginner at loom knitting and I made my first scrubby today! Hobby Lobby has their mesh and wedding tulle on sale so I’m going to experiment with that and a bath scrungy! I made a cheat sheet for my first scrubby that helped me tremendously in keeping track of where I was. I’d be glad to share if anyone is interested. Again, thank you. My first loom experience was super!

  150. Oh, Wow! Terrific job! 😀 I’m so happy to hear that you were successful and you have enjoyed your first Gettin’ it Pegged! project on the looms…Yay! I’m sure you’ll have many more looming adventures ahead of you. 🙂


  151. joyce maxwell says:

    Hi there what an interesting page you have please help me I am new to loom knitting and would like to find out where in durban in south africa can I get loom knitting books please help

  152. Hi Joyce! Welcome to the wonderful and very satisfying, yet occasionally challenging world of loom knitting! (I sometimes like a good challenge, don’t you?) 🙂

    As for where to get loom knitting books where you live, I have no idea, except to mention that if Amazon delivers to you, there is a treasure trove of books to be found! Until then, there are all sorts of informative blogs and videos that can help you out…be sure to check in the right side column of this site for helpful links. 😉 There are also a multitude of ebooks and patterns that can be downloaded (for free and purchase) through Ravelry.com. If you’re not yet a member, I highly recommend it! You can also find looming groups there that are very helpful to loomers of all skill levels. 😀

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  154. Colleen K says:

    I am newish to loom knitting. I tried the knitting pattern for the mittens. I found the last bit very confusing. I tried the videos, but I don’t think she does a clear job of explaining. I still got them done, but I had to improvise the last couple of rows..

  155. Hi there, Colleen! 🙂

    The pattern for these mittens was written before there was such a thing as an adjustable loom. We had only the fixed peg round ones, and some individual loom makers that were creating knitting boards, as well. But, the age of the adjustable looms hadn’t arrived yet, lol. Because of this, the challenge for the mittens was to try and help take out some of that bulk at the top of the fingers to help them be a little bit more fitted…all while using the Knifty Knitter blue loom of 24 pegs in large gauge. This is why that section of the pattern is a little bit fiddly. I am so pleased that you were still able to figure it all out, and I am also happy to hear that you felt confident enough to try your hand and adjusting the pattern to your liking! Kudos to you!!! I would recommend doing this same pattern on one of those adjustable looms I was mentioning before: those ones with the sliders in the center of the looms that make decreasing a snap, because it can change the total number of pegs being used. Once Knifty Knitter came out with those long looms with the loom clips, it made making narrowing down at the top of the fingertips so much easier! There are a variety of manufacturers that still make looms like this that are readily available, and you can even still find the odd KK long looms with clips on ebay or amazon for your mitten making pleasure. 🙂

  156. Elizabeth Penney says:


    I downloaded the santa/snowman candy cane toppers and there was no pattern for the snowman, just santa on both pages.


  157. Hi Liz! 🙂 I’m not sure what’s happening exactly. I just downloaded the file on my phone to investigate and it had the snowman pattern on the first page and Santa was listed last. Are you sure you don’t see the snowman pattern starting right under the supplies needed section?

  158. Emily Ruiz says:

    Can you tell me what the finish
    Size of basket weave placemats?
    And can I do it on a long loom
    Or just round loom?
    Thank you

  159. Hi Emily 🙂
    If the pattern doesn’t specifically state what the measurements are, I can’t really remember, lol. But I will say that the plate that was pictured with the placemats is a full sized dinner plate, so the are a fairly good size. You can absolutely create these on any shaped loom, as long as it has the number of pegs required, and the spacing between the pegs are comparable to the original Knifty Knitter looms (large gauge).
    Hope that helps!

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