Knitted Loom Scarf Patterns You’ll Love

Are you in the mood for Chunky Loom Knitted Scarf Patterns? You will love what you see and it’s a fabulous free pattern. This piece will be worn continually. Get the details now.

We love Scarves and we have so many great versions on our site. We have shown you how to Arm Knit a scarf in 30 minutes and shared a cute finger knitted scarf with you too.

Today we are sharing this gorgeous Chunky Scarf that is made using a knitting loom. Every time we have shared this stunner, our Community goes crazy and with good reason.

We have included a step-by-step video tutorial that shows you how to knit a scarf in crossed stockinette stitch with a rectangular loom. In this tutorial you will learn the following -:

  • How to cast on stitches on a rectangular loom
  • How to knit crossed stockinette stitch with a rectangular loom
  • How to bind off

How To Make Knitted Loom Scarf Pattern -:

We have included a video tutorial for you to follow along with. Click Play above now to watch ^

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What You Will Need For This Project -:

  • Rectangular Knitting Loom
  • Loom Hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors
  • Thick Yarn -2 Skeins were used for this project
  • Crochet Hook in Size K

This gorgeous Chunky Scarf will be the perfect addition to your wardrobe and you will find yourself making it in all your favorite colors. The clever creator behind this stunning piece is Kim from Lovin The Oven. Find the full tutorial here

Nancy from Adventures In Loom has made a multi colored version of the Infinity Scarf and we just love the texture and her use of colors. It has a very unique appearance and shows you the different effects that you are able to achieve. You can find the full details here

Another very pretty version of the Knitted Loom Scarf that is made using a Round Loom is this pretty version that we found on Instructables. You can find the full tutorial here

Chelsea from Do It Your Freakin Self has created this version of the Knitted Infinity Scarf on her loom and the secondary color is only a hint. It is barely noticeable but enough to make a statement. She has a great tutorial on her site here.

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