Scarf Knitting Loom with Removable Pegs
This 14" scarf loom comes with removable pegs which means you can use worsted or bulky weight yarn for your projects. It has be redesiged to be more ergonomic and easy to handle. The plastic is super strong (including the knob on the outside to secure your yarn) and remarkably lightweight. This makes it easy and fast to wind the yarn around the pegs while the other hand is holding the loom steady.
- With every peg in the loom gauge is ~⅜", with every other peg in the loom gauge is ~⅝"
For Bulky Weight yarn, insert the yellow pegs into every other hole. For Worsted Weight yarn add all the pink pegs into the empty holes.
If you purchase a second loom, you can set up one for worsted yarn and one for bulky yarn!
To insert the pegs, all you need is a small hammer to tap them in. Be sure to place the peg in so that the side with the ridge is facing out, and NOT the inside of the loom. This ridge will be used to insert your tool when you are lifting the bottom yarn over the top yarn. The pegs can be easily removed by using the other side of the hammer. See the video below for a demonstration.
For more ideas on what to do with your knitting loom, and how to use it, visit our blog: Getting Started with your Knitting Loom
If you have any questions about assembly, please watch the video below on how to insert and remove pegs.
This Pack Includes:
36cm (14 Inch) long yellow loom with 76 Peg holes
38 yellow pegs
38 pink pegs
Plus instructions to get you started on your first scarf!
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Trickier than the round looms; it will take practice and I'm very new to loom knitting in general. Best to follow a video which I didn't; I just used it from memory after watching a video. The result came out looser than I would've liked, but I'm keeping it and will continue using it; for now I don't have a final opinion, but the base is sturdy and I hope the pegs will hold up.
Love this long loom with removable pegs. They stay snug in place.
This is a great loom! I like how the pegs are interchangeable. I did notice that I can't double up on using two skeins of yarn at the same time but maybe it was because my tension was a bit too tight. Other than that, its still a very sturdy loom to use.
LOVE MYY LOOM! BEEN WITHOUT ONE FOR OVER A YEAR NOW AND WAS HAVING WITHDRAWLS, THANK YOU!