In this tutorial you will learn how to loom knit a scarf on a round loom from start to finish. The Harris Tweed pattern is a traditional needle knitting pattern that I converted to the knitting loom. It will not look exactly like the needle knit version, but just as beautiful. I just happen to use a tweed yarn for the Harris Tweed pattern. I guess I had tweed on my mind. This scarf will match my Harris Tweed Hat. YouTube link to hat pattern.
This is a beginner tutorial that is great for your first loom knitting project or for advanced knitters. The final width of my scarf using this yarn on a 36 peg loom was about 6″. Using different yarn, loom gauge, plus other differences will make the width different than mine. You can use a round or straight loom. You will use an even number of pegs from any size round or straight loom you’d like. If you would like to adjust the pattern, you can add/delete stitches in multiples of 4 from the center of the pattern. For example, you would add/delete one of the P2, K2 repeats in rows 1-2 or 5-6.
This scarf design is one of many I’m designing for my Crafting Blessing group. This month we are making hats and scarves, among other items, to be donated to Operation Gratitude. Each year, they send hundreds of thousands of Care Packages to those who serve our country.
You will need 2 skeins (3.5 oz each) and should have left overs. You can use 2 strands of #4 worsted weight yarn or 1 strand of #5 chunky (or #6 super bulky) or any size yarn that works with your loom gauge size. Two of my favorite yarns are Premier Serenity Chunky and Loops & Threads Charisma Yarn. I also love a #6 (slightly chunkier) yarn Bernat Softee Chunky.
Feel free to use this pattern, but please see the following information regarding use of this pattern.
Please do not copy or distribute this pattern in any manner or claim as your own.
You may sell products made from this pattern only if you clearly credit the design to me (The Davet Homestead) and provide a link to my blog www.thedavethomestead.com. No mass production or factory manufacturing of any kind is allowed. My photos may NOT be used, you must take your own photos of your finished products for your use. Please considering making scarves from this pattern and donating them to your local children’s hospital, women’s shelter, homeless shelter, etc.
Here is a FREE pdf for you to download and the video tutorial as well. Considering making a small donation ($3 suggested – though anything is appreciated) for the downloaded pdf pattern: paypal.me/BridgetDavet.
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Here is the video tutorial of how to make this loom knitted scarf. Please subscribe to my channel so you can receive notifications when I upload new videos.
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Links to other video tutorials listed in this video: