Using Fabric to Knit on a Round Loom?

Can you use thin fabric strips with round knitting looms? How, and to make what? Thank you.


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March 9, 20170 found this helpful

You are talking abut circular knitting. The Knifty Knitter is the brand name of a round knitting loom. I found this website with Knifty Knitter sock patterns:

I would assume you could use a round knitting loom for hats, ponchos, and other items that are seamless.

Hope this information helps you get started.


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March 9, 20170 found this helpful

You can try cutting strips from a t-shirt. Depending on the size of the loom you can know what size t-shirt. Look up Hula Hoop loom for ideas. :)


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March 10, 20170 found this helpful

This is probably the easiest way to knit but cutting strips of fabric can be tricky.
Your best source of information would be to Google knitting stores/classes with your zip code and find a local shop to visit. Generally the personnel are very happy to answer questions and also a good place to buy any supplies you need.


They can help you with what size fabric to cut as well as best type of material to use and how to finish ends.
There are lots of things you can make with a round loom but here is a link to show you some suggestions - all you have to do is substitute fabric for yarn:


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