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Genuine Knifty Knitter Round Loom Set with 4 Looms, Hook & Bag

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  • Set includes four sizes of Knifty Knitter looms: small, medium, large and extra large
  • Hook and pick tool and easy-to-follow instructions in a clear carrying tote also included
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  • Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 1.5 x 14.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B003IH8A5E
  • Item model number: 73425
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #998 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Set includes 4 sizes of Knifty Knitter Looms: 5" blue, 7" red, 9" green, and 11" yellow. Also includes hook, pick tool, and easy to follow instructions. Comes in a convenient clear bag with sealing zipper and carrying handle.

Customer Reviews

They very easy to use directions clear to read.
Mary A Koslouski
Have made a number of hats and scarfs, now working on a baby blanket.
Tina Timmons
These are fun to use and can make lots of different things.
Zenor

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

137 of 138 people found the following review helpful By Bookratt on January 11, 2005
Welcome to the fabulous world of loom knitting (aka rake knitting, peg knitting, amish loom knitting or frame knitting)!

Pick up a skein of yarn, give yourself an hour or so to pick up this amazing (and easy) craft and off you go. You simply wrap the pegs according to the pattern, use the tool to bring one set of loops over or under another and you're knitting.

REALLY, that's just about all there is to it. It's fantastic.

Various companies make these (I have both these and the ones from In the Attic aka ITA). These are hard plastic, the ITA ones are a flexible molded rubber type of material, with some "give" to it as you work with them. I have not used the wooden ones, but hear they are beautiful and easy to work with.

Note this set of four looms comes with only one loom tool or pick, but I think the carry bag is nice.

Hats, scarves, booties, socks, mittens and sweaters, plus afghans and shawls--and the ever popular poncho--can all be done on these looms. You can do single or double knit, multiple color knitting, flat pieces or circular tubes--it's up to you.

Use furry yarn, sparkle yarns, worsted weight, baby weight etc---it all works with these looms! Most items require that you use two strands of yarn held together to make a tight enough knit stitch but the chunky yarns don't and since you use less of the chunky as a result it saves money.

There are lots of free patterns out there (try websites of loom makers such as Provo Craft, Decor Accents, Red Oak, In The Attic, etc, for starters). Some book titles for the loom are: Learn to Knit on Circle Looms, various pamphlets put out by Provo Craft, etc.
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75 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Bigdumptruck on October 4, 2005
I cannot knit or crochet - I mess up terribly or get bored with lack of progress. I bought one of these sets at Michael's over the weekend and by Sunday night, I had a scarf that was easy to make at looked REALLY REALLY GOOD! We went and bought another set for my step-daughter and an extra hook, and even my 7 year old son has been able to do this. I am completely hooked!

Note: I have to order that extra book of instructions. The instructions that come in the bag border on useless, and only cover making a hat.
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47 of 48 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on February 11, 2006
im 11 years old and really, really enjoy this product! My mom and I made so much with this, for maybe even less than a day you can make a hat!!! this item is really fun
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By TheyCallMeMom on November 30, 2004
I like wood looms better, but the plastic looms are much more affordable. The yarn clings to wood looms and does not cling to the plastic. If you let go for a second while you are threading your loom it will quickly unthread itself.

I have a wooden 15 peg baby bootie loom and have made 12 pairs of baby booties.

Now that I am ready to make some other things I am on the look out for a good pattern book. Be aware when you buy this loom set that you will need a good pattern book.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Susan C. Hopper on June 20, 2005
Never unable to resist another cool knitting tool, I picked up the Knifty Knitter set on sale at a Michaels store. With a bit of practice, it was easy to get used to the wrapping style; the smoothness of the pegs and flexibility of the pick tool made it easy to really get moving! Despite a lot of experience in straight knitting, getting to the in-the-round stage has eluded me - but the Knifty Knitters have helped me to make quick work of a few hats, and I have more ideas to try.

It's easy to get creative with your Knifty Knitters, and they're a great outlet for those who just can't get the hang of the "sticks," those who (like me) don't "do" in-the-round, or any knitter who'd like a fun break from the traditional way of doing things. The smallest looms would also make a great investment for charity groups; add some thick, soft yarns (like Caron Simply Soft Quick), and you'd have everything you needed for a baby-hat service project (hats that small can be finished in 2 hours or less!).

True enough, the included instructions are really very skimpy. But the solution is fairly easy - a $1 Knifty Knitter pattern book is also available at Michaels and other craft stores, and includes instructions on knitting straight panels, golf club covers, pot holders, and more. (Strangely, I discovered the book in an entirely different section of the store, far away from the Knifty Knitters themselves...be advised!) While the best option would be for the manufacturer to include the full book with the loom set (which is far less expensive on other sites, too), I can't fault the product itself and highly recommend it!
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Noname TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 16, 2009
I don't hand knit, but I do machine knit and the knitting loom works very similarly to the hand manipulation of the stitches on the knitting machines. It is simple to use and I made some hats and scarves, but I did have one problem. The pegs are set so far apart that I either have to double up my worsted weight yarn or I have to use chunky yarn. Otherwise, it knits too loosely. I can use the smaller hoop to get pegs which are a little closer together, but if I want to knit in the round a certain diameter, I am stuck using that one particular hoop size and I can't adjust the spacing between pegs. For children and those who like to do simple projects using double strands or chunky yarn, these looms are fine.
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