Tag: Loom Knitting

Fingerless Gloves for my Husband


I finished a pair of fingerless gloves for my husband last week. This was my own pattern and to get accurate measurements before casting on, I had my husband trace his hand on a sheet of paper ( and crossed my fingers things would add up!). Overall results is that this will be a go to pattern for future fingerless gloves for any guy ( or girl).  The ribbed stitch pattern I used gave these gloves plenty of stretch yet they also fit snuggly. No one likes a pair of gloves that are too thick.

My husband can wear these quite often and I’m pleased that they’ll give warmth without over heating whether video gaming, board game playing, driving the car, going for walk,  strumming the guitar, texting ,or whatever else. Fingerless gloves are a quick knit and make for a great gift (especially with the Holidays sneaking up on us).

If you loom knit, you can purchase this pattern from my Etsy shop!

Getting Crafty: Valentine Colored Twisted Keyhole Loom Knitted Scarf

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Project: Loom Twisted Knit Key Hole Scarf
Pattern Source: Twisted Keyhole Scarflette or Scarf Double Knit
by Kristen from Good Knit Kisses

Loom/Tools Used:  Yellow Knifty Knitter Long Loom
Brand of Yarn Used: Loops & Threads Country Loom Yarn
Color Yarn: Kiss Me
Fiber Content: 100% acrylic
Yarn Weight: #6 Super Bulky
Yardage Used: Two 104 yards Balls (I used about 1 1/2) 5 oz. skein
Care Instructions: Machine wash warm, gentle cycle. Machine dry, low heat, delicate cycle.

Finished Dimensions: 4 inches wide and 37 1/2 inches long.

Date Started and Finished:  
I started this the last week of December 2011 but wasn’t able to knit to finish it till the end of January 2012.

Project Details: I did a double ribbing stitch through out on this scarf. This came out nice and thick. Perfect for a cool winter day. I really love how it looks and feels! I will be making more of these to  sell on my Etsy Shop  and to gift to family and friends.