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#1 Posted : Sunday, January 22, 2012 8:23:05 AM(UTC)
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I went through all 153 pages of free patterns. Got some really cool ones, like animal hats for kids. If you have the patience, it is well worth it. You can print the patterns or send a link to yourself via email. First I hit the print button, but if you download instead, the instructions are much better and bigger.

Enjoy! BigGrin
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#2 Posted : Sunday, January 22, 2012 10:00:20 AM(UTC)
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Where are these patterns listed at?
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#3 Posted : Sunday, January 22, 2012 10:01:49 AM(UTC)
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I go there all the time for crochet patterns for my mom and have tried finding loom patterns but haven't been successful as of yet. Crying
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#4 Posted : Sunday, January 22, 2012 10:10:47 AM(UTC)
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http://www.lionbrand.com/

You have to sign in for free and then you have access to the patterns. There are very few loom patterns BUT Im sure I can convert some. I cant wait to try!BigGrin
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I need help reading patterns!! How did you all learn to do that??
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#6 Posted : Sunday, January 22, 2012 11:35:31 AM(UTC)
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What I did was learn what all the abbreviations stand for. Then I started watching videos on youtube to see how each new to me stitch was done. After watching the video until I "got it" I went back to my pattern and wrote down notes so that I could remember what I was doing.

For example when I was learning the difference in a knit and purl stitch I wrote yarn to bottom & bring new loop upward for the purl stitch and yarn to top & bring new loop under for the knit. I put this in the front of my pattern book so that I'd have it to refer to until I could remember it all on my own.

I'm still learning as I've only been loom knitting for a couple of months and I find that it's all trial and error for me but youtube has been a lifesaver.
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#7 Posted : Sunday, January 22, 2012 12:47:17 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: BarbaraR Go to Quoted Post
What I did was learn what all the abbreviations stand for. Then I started watching videos on youtube to see how each new to me stitch was done. After watching the video until I "got it" I went back to my pattern and wrote down notes so that I could remember what I was doing.

For example when I was learning the difference in a knit and purl stitch I wrote yarn to bottom & bring new loop upward for the purl stitch and yarn to top & bring new loop under for the knit. I put this in the front of my pattern book so that I'd have it to refer to until I could remember it all on my own.

I'm still learning as I've only been loom knitting for a couple of months and I find that it's all trial and error for me but youtube has been a lifesaver.


Yup, I agree, I disect the pattern, figure out what the abbreviations mean, look up how to do the stitch in my books or on youtube. Takes a bit of time, but once I have it written down, Im good to go.
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