A lot of knitters do not like looms because they think they limit their creativity. But looms can be used to create a wide variety of projects. If you enjoy loom knitting as much as I do, take a look at the list of loom knitting patterns I have gathered.
Below are 27 loom knitting patterns. I have included patterns for everyone from newborns to adults and even pets.
1. Brighton Beanie — A Loom Knit Pattern by DaynaScolesDesigns
The Brighton Beanie is a beginner-friendly loom knitting pattern. The hat is super easy to make. Once you make one, you will want to make one in every colour.
This beanie can be made on the 66 peg Boye’s Light Weight Yarn Round Loom, or the All N One loom. The hat requires approximately 250 yards of a worsted weight yarn.
2. Winter Woodlands Throw by Knitting Board
Not all look patterns are round. You can make this gorgeous throw using a 28” knitting board with peg extenders or a 38” knitting board.
The finished throw blanket will measure about 34 inches (86.36 cm) x 44 inches (111.76 cm). The stitches used include rib, stockinette, and honeycomb. It is an intermediate level pattern.
3. Loom Knit Hood With Cowl Pattern by ThisMomentisGood
Aimed at providing maximum warmth and comfort, this chunky cowl is perfect for winter. You can wear it with the hood up or down. It is an easy loom knitting pattern that can be completed by a beginner.
To make the cowl, you will need a 40-41 peg large gauge knitting loom. The pattern is for sizes child, teen, and adult.
4. T-Shirt Sweater Easy Loom Knitting Pattern by InTheWorstedWay
Make this stylish sweater with your 90 peg knitting loom. There are very detailed instructions and step-by-step pictures. There are no confusing abbreviations to complicate things.
This pattern is for anyone who knows the basics of loom knitting. You will need knowledge of casting on, u-wrap knit, e-wrap knit, purl, and binding off. The pattern is written for women’s size medium.
5. Knotty Scarf — A Loom Knit Pattern by DaynaScolesDesigns
You can loom knit this knotty scarf on any 3/4” gauge round loom (minimum of 30 pegs). Or you can increase the number of pegs you cast on to create a wrap or shawl.
This loom knitting pattern uses approximately 250 yards of medium weight yarn. This pattern is fitting for an intermediate loom knitter.
6. Clog Slippers – A Loom Knitting Pattern by DaynaScolesDesigns
Do you want to knit slippers, but hate to work in the round with 3 or more knitting needles? You can make slippers on a loom! These slippers are made on the blue Knifty Knitter 24 peg round loom. The pattern uses the chunky braid stitch and e-wrap stitch.
The pattern works up quickly. You can make a pair of slippers in just a few hours. The pattern is written for women’s sizes 7, 8, and 9. However, you can add extra rows to make a man’s slipper.
7. Easy Loom Knitting Fingerless Gloves Pattern for Loom Knitters by Twelve19Creative
Fingerless gloves are ideal for anyone that needs the use of their fingers on cold winter days. The fingerless gloves are stylish, warm, and fun to wear.
The loom knit fingerless glove pattern is a great project for confident beginners. You will need to be familiar with U-wrap and purl stitches.
8. Messy Bun Hat Free Loom Knitting Pattern by Loom Knit
The Messy Bun hat would be great for anyone who needs to keep warm while keeping their ponytail or bun intact.
The is one of the best free loom knitting patterns I could find. The finished hat looks super cute and professional. It is knit on a KB hat loom with 40 pegs using approximately 90 yards of bulky weight acrylic/wool yarn.
9. Loom Knitting Pattern Tube Socks on a Circular Round Knitting Loom by Loomahat
Using a small 5-6 inch diameter loom with 24 pegs, you can make a pair of tube socks. The socks make great gifts for men and women. The socks will fit most adults.
This is an advanced beginner level loom knitting pattern. You only need to know e-wrap, u-wrap, and purl. The socks require about 350 yards of worsted weight yarn.
10. Loom Knit Ear Warmer Headband Pattern by Live4Yarn
This ear warmer headband looks great, and it will keep your ears warm. You can wear the headband with your hair down or up.
If you are looking for loom knitting patterns that work up quickly, this one is a must. It is an easy-to-follow pattern with my step-by-step pictures. Make a bunch of these and give them out as gifts or sell them at craft fairs.
11. Dog Sweater Easy Loom Knitting Pattern by InTheWorstedWay
Do you have a small or medium sized dog? You can use your loom to knit them a sweater. The sweater will keep your pup nice and toasty on cold days.
This pattern does not have any confusing abbreviations. To complete the sweater, you only need basic loom knitting knowledge. The dog sweater pattern is written for a large gauge loom with 48 pegs and a medium gauge loom with 31 pegs.
Also see: Dog Sweater Knitting Patterns
12. Loom Knitting Axolotl Doll Pattern by Loomahat
Axolotls are so cute. Adults and children alike love them. If you know someone obsessed with these cuties, you can make them a plush doll using their favourite colour.
To make the axolotl you will need a 24 peg loom. To make the project even easier, there is a video tutorial. Finished, the stuffed toy will measure 6.5 inches (16.51 cm) x 3 inches (7.62 cm).
13. Loom Knit Patchwork Garter Baby Throw Pattern by Lion Brand Yarn
I love free loom knitting patterns. If you are looking for a knitting pattern for a baby throw blanket, check out this one. You can make the blanket using a patchwork of colours, or make it in a solid colour. It is a great pattern for both little boys and girls.
14. Loom Twisted Skellies Hat Pattern by JaNaeLoomKnits
Believe it or not, patchwork designs can be made on a loom. The Twisted Hat loom knitting patterns are worked in the round from the brim up. They feature ribbing, raised cables, and a fun skull motif.
This download includes loom knitting patterns for sizes adult, child, toddler, baby, and newborn. The hats are made using medium weight 4 yarn in 2 contrasting colours.
15. Loom Knitting Pattern Christmas Tree by LoomaHat
Make several of these Christmas trees for this coming holiday season. These little plushies can be used as decorations, placeholders, or pin cushions. You can even spray them with your favourite holiday fragrance.
The loom knitting pattern does not include pictures. Instead, there is a step-by-step video tutorial. This pattern is suitable for advanced beginners who know how to make u-wrap and purl stitches.
16. Taylor Starter Sweater Loom Knitting Sweater Pattern by ByRosaStitches
Nobody will believe you made this classic, box knit sweater using a knitting loom. The thick, textured sweater is ideal for staying warm during the fall and winter months.
Perfect for beginners or advanced loom knitters. The arms can be knit flat or in the round. The pattern includes sizes XS-5XL.
17. Scarf with Pockets Pattern by LoomaHat
Here is a simple loom knitting pattern that can be completed by an advanced beginner. The stitches are easy to make and look beautiful from either side.
Finished, the scarf will measure approximately 10 inches (25.4 cm) x 90 inches (229 cm) before blocking. You only need to know how to knit and purl. The scarf can be knit on any large gauge loom with at least 26 pegs.
18. Loom Knit Retreat Cowl Pattern by Good Knit Kisses
Make a lacy cowl using this free loom knitting pattern. This design comes in loom knitting patterns for sizes small, medium, and Large.
This is an advanced level loom knitting pattern. You will need to be familiar with cast on, Indian cross stitch, u-wrap, e-wrap, e-wrap yarnover, and bind off.
19. Loom Knit Planned Pooling Scarf by LoomKnitPooling
Not only will you be able to make this amazing planned pooling scarf, but the download also includes instructions for creating your own loom knitting patterns for larger projects.
To make the scarf, you will need about 500 yards of planned pooling yarn. It is made on a double knitting loom such as an All N One loom or similar.
20. Loom Knit Scrap Yarn Toys Teddy Bear, Bunny, Kitty Cat, Puppy Dog Amigurumi Pattern by LoomaHat
Kids will absolutely fall in love with these floppy animals. If you have a lot of scrap yarn lying around, these loom knitting patterns are perfect for you. There is a pattern for a teddy bear, bunny rabbit, kitty cat, and puppy dog.
These are advanced beginner to intermediate level loom knitting patterns. The animals are knit on a 31 peg round loom using worsted weight yarn.
21. Trellis Stitch Beanie Pattern by DaynaScolesDesigns
This beanie may look complicated, but it is actually super easy to make using a round loom. Included are 2 sizes: adult medium and adult large. The medium hat is knit on an 78 peg loom and the large on a 84 peg loom.
The Trellis Stitch Beanie uses a 6-peg repeat pattern to make the trellis design. The pattern includes two patterns. You get a written pattern and a charted pattern.
22. Top Down Wrist Warmer Pattern by GretchKal’s Yarny Adventures
Make a pair of these wrist warmer, fingerless gloves to keep away the cold. They would make a great winter accessory for anyone who has trouble working with classic gloves.
This is a free loom knitting pattern. It calls for 1 skein of worsted weight yarn, a Knifty Knitter small round loom (blue), a looming tool, a crochet hook, and a tapestry needle.
23. Eyelet Moss Baby Blanket Pattern by DaynaScolesDesigns
Are you looking for a blanket pattern you can make using a loom? The Eyelet Moss Baby Blanket is a fun and easy project. The main stitch used is the eyelet moss stitch, which creates a lovely texture.
The baby blanket can be knit on any 3/4″ gauge loom with a minimum of 59 pegs. It uses approximately 515 yards of a #5 bulky weight yarn. Finished, the blanket will measure 30 inches (76.2 cm) x 34 inches (86.36 cm).
24. Cowl Oversized Scarf Pattern by Loomahat
The loom knit scarf pattern is a unisex pattern. It has a classy, casual look that everyone will love.
The pattern is easy and works up quickly. Included in the download are a written pattern and a link to a step-by-step video tutorial. The pattern can be worked on any large gauge loom with at least 38 pegs.
25. Loom Knit Tumbling Moss Blocks Washcloth by GoodKnitKisses
The Tumbling Moss Blocks Washcloth has an interesting pattern that creates an optical illusion. The simple stitch pattern is created with only knits and purls.
This pattern calls for a small gauge loom with at least 40 pegs. The pattern includes written instructions, a chart, and a link to a video playlist.
26. Loom Knit Baby Blocks Pattern by Lion Brand Yarn
Are you an advanced level loom knitter looking for a baby toy pattern? You can make baby blocks using this free loom knitting pattern from Lion Brand Yarn. Each block will measure about 4.5 inches (11.43 cm) x 4.5 inches (11.43 cm) x 4.5 inches (11.43 cm). This is a great pattern for using up your stash yarn.
27. The Lazy Lucy Sweater Loom Knitting Pattern by ByRosyStitches
Wide, lightweight, and cropped, this sweater is wonderful for chilly spring or fall days. The sweater is extra wide with a loose, drop shoulder style.
This amazing sweater is created by knitting four flat pieces, then joining them together. It is not a box sweater; the pattern includes instructions for making an allowance for the neck and creating the shoulders.
Are you a fan of loom knitting? There are a large variety of loom knitting patterns to work on.
Some knitters enjoy knitting with traditional needles and others prefer using a loom. If you are one of the ones that enjoy the loom knitting experience, give one of these loom knitting patterns a try.