Easy and Cute LOOM Knitting pattern Ideas
infinity mobius shawl Crochet Pattern
This dream called GoodKnit Kisses started with a few Knifty Knitter looms and a plaid backdrop. I took a chance and published my first weaving lesson.
I am the first to admit that I didn’t have all the answers back then, but I did. I enjoyed sharing my limited knowledge of various stitches, headbands and techniques with you.
But when I look back at those early videos, I think of everything I wanted to know before I started. My understanding of the loom has grown by leaps and bounds over the past decade, and I think it’s time to take a step back.
Let’s go back to the beginning.
I wanted to create a new series of beginner weaving videos with clearer HD video and better sound and lighting. (Loom weaving is not the only skill of mine that has improved over the years.)
How to knit a loom knit a double-knit infinity Mobius spring shawl, (scarf or cover) on the rectangle loom. You can also use this pattern to make an infinite cape or scarf.
You can use any stitch you want, in the pictures you see stockinette stitch and figure 8 stitch.
You can use any seam and any type of rectangle loom.
The shawl is invisibly connected with a mattress stitch. This is when you have to divide the shawl into panels due to the limited amount of sticks. Upside down side (up and down side), joined with a Kitchener seam.
In the text you will find some tips and tricks and there is a video that shows the techniques.
In this account you will also find a Mobius cover for the round loom.