I know we have some extremely prolific loom knitters in The Wrap Up, Lancaster! Project. So, in the last of the scarf-spiration series, I’m going to feature three scarf patterns for loom knitters, and other crafters, to be inspired by.
3 Great Loom Knitting Patterns
Fairies Wear Boots: Ok, I know this isn’t a scarf pattern, per se, but it IS a cowl, which is also a great item to donate to WUL. Written and available through Ravelry via Led Balloon Designs and written by Beth Theuring, this is a beautiful garment. Check it out!
Dudester Scarf for the Loom: Written by Anna Marie Wright and available on Ravelry, this is a great textured scarf for both guys and gals. We do not get enough scarves that are appropriate for men, or both men and women. This is your pattern for that!
Nymphalidea for the Loom: Ok, when I saw this scarf, I couldn’t believe it was knit on a loom, but it was! You need to see it for yourself! Loom knitters, if you want a challenge and to donate something really special to WUL, this pattern would be awesome for that. Written by Joann Gay of Frog Pond Designs, you can get it over on Ravelry.
That’s it for the scarf-spiration series! Just for fun, and if you’ve missed any of the other posts, here they are one more time for your reading and inspirational pleasure.
Happy, knitting, crocheting, weaving, no-sewing, and loom knitting!
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