{Tutorial} Loom Knitting 101: How to Knit the Slipped Stitch {Part 8 of 12}

How to Knit the Slipped Stitch on the Loom #VintageStorehouse&Co. #Tutorial #LoomKnitting

The next part in our Loom Knitting 101 Series is How to Knit the Slipped Stitch. This tutorial has two parts, slipping a stitch with the yarn in back (WYIB) and slipping a stitch with the yarn in front (WYIF). It’s a really simple stitch to make, and is pretty self explanatory – but I wanted to make sure you have everything you need to fol any pattern (loom or needle) that you come across!) [Read more…]

{Tutorial} Loom Knitting 101: How to Turn Your Work {Part 7 of 12}

How to Turn Your Work on the Loom #VintageStorehouse&Co. #Tutorial #LoomKnitting

Have you ever wondered about turning your work on the loom? I mean, you can just simply start knitting going the opposite direction, but is there more to it than that? Well, put simply, yes! This tutorial covers 2 different ways to turn your work on the loom, one of which creates a nice clean selvedge edge for flat panels!
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{Tutorial} Loom Knitting 101: How to Knit the Twisted Purl Stitch {Part 6 of 12}

How to Knit the Twisted Purl Stitch on the Loom #VintageStorehouse&Co. #Tutorial #LoomKnitting #PTBL | Purl Through The Back Loop Stitch on Loom

The next part in our Loom Knitting 101 Series is How to Knit the Twisted Purl Stitch. This stitch is also sometimes referred to as “Purling Through the Back Loop” (PTBL) and is the back, or opposite of the twisted knit stitch. There’s a lot of confusion in loom knitting as to how to purl through the back loop, so hopefully this video will help clear things up a little bit! [Read more…]

{Tutorial} Loom Knitting 101: How to Knit the Twisted Knit Stitch {Part 4 of 12}

How to Knit the Twisted Knit Stitch on the Loom #VintageStorehouse&Co. #Tutorial #LoomKnitting

The next part in our Loom Knitting 101 Series is How to Knit the Twisted Knit Stitch. This stitch is also sometimes referred to as Knitting Through the Back Loop” (KTBL) or the “E-wrap” stitch, or the “Y Stitch.” There’s a lot of confusion in loom knitting as to the difference between the twisted knit stitch and the traditional knit stitch.  [Read more…]

{Tutorial} Loom Knitting 101: How to Knit the Knit Stitch {Part 3 of 10}

How to Knit the Knit Stitch on the Loom #VintageStorehouse&Co. #Tutorial #LoomKnitting

The next part in our Loom Knitting 101 Series is How to Knit the Knit Stitch. Knitting is the process of creating fabric through a series of interlocking loops. You’d be surprised at how many of your cloths are knitted – just with a very small gauge! The Knit Stitch is the most basic stitch in knitting. It creates a series of interlocking loops that resemble a “v” on the front of your work. [Read more…]

{Tutorial} Loom Knitting 101: Basic Terms & The Slip Knot {Part 1 of 12}

Loom Knitting 101 Series - Basic Terms & The Slip Knot {Part 1 of 10} #VintageStorehouse&Co. #Tutorial #LoomKnitting

I’m so excited to announce a new series for Vintage Storehouse & Co all about knitting! I’ve recently started loom knitting and discovered I really enjoy it. I also realized that I am pretty good at converting regular needle knitting patterns to loom patterns. For some reason it just makes sense to me. So I wanted to start a Loom Knitting Stitchionary here on the blog for those who loom knit either because they enjoy it more than the traditional needles, or because of physical limitations that don’t want to feel like the loom limits their ability to create the same stitches they love that have been traditionally done with needles. [Read more…]