Easy and Amazing Loom Knitting Patterns
Loom Knit Rolling Waves Cowl Crochet Pattern
Personally, I like to work with the loom counterclockwise, whether I am weaving a flat panel or working without it. I am right-handed, and it is more convenient for me to hold the hook in my right hand and the thread in my left. If you are left-handed, you can work counterclockwise.
The benefits of removable pegs
Use different colored pegs if they work for your design. For example, if my pattern repeat is rib K2, P2, then I would set up my loom with a pattern repeat of 2 pink and 2 blue pegs. This will make it easier to keep track of my pattern because I will know that all the pink pegs are knit stitches, and all the blue pegs are reverse stitches.
Just like the ever-changing ocean waves in a wind-swept ocean, the Cowl Knom Waing Rolling Waves Cowl is full of texture and movement. I didn’t say you can smell the salty air when you smoke it, but you can almost feel the sea breeze.
I designed this project on needles as part of DFW Designer’s Collection, Vol. 2. A designer created the amazing knitted and crocheted patterns in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas and I am honored to be part of such a talented group. After I finished the needle set, my first thought was to convert the pattern to the knitting loop.
You will not believe how easy this pattern is knitted! It is basically a sock stitch with an oversized eyelash pattern that is super simple to make. I also designed the pattern so that you go into the hood and tie it at the same time so that there is nothing to sew. So grab your Extra Large Gauge Loom and its chunky yarn and let the loop of the Rolling Waves Cowl knit together.