Adjust size of knitting loom

by Linda
(Ann Arbor Michigan)

I can not find right size loom. Is there anyway to adjust a rectangular loom? Not a sock loom.

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Feb 03, 2015
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Adjust size of knitting loom NEW
by: Jen Tavernier

2 other options you might wabt to check out, are the Martha Stewart Adjustable loom, (2 differnt gauges, modular pieces and egs, s that you can pretty much build any loom to your requirements, quite easily. These are for sure at walmart, other craft stores, but are sold by Luonbrand, so you can also check it out on their site. There are also several reviews on you tube. Many of us have them! It was a great moment when the adjustable looms started to hit the market.

Michael's also has a Knit Quick similar idea. Haven't seen it yet, in person. Check their site. It is also modular so that you can do round, squar, any size, as above.

Please feel free to check out all the looming groups on Facebook. Been going for years, any skill level welcomed, lots of photos and interactive questions, great groups! If on facebook, search under Loom Groups.

Have fun! Loom happy!

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by: ChristinaRae

If you're talking the plastic Knifty Knitter-type looms, you may be able to find loom clips floating around somewhere. These clip onto the rectangular plastic looms, adding a peg in the center so you can work in the round without using the entire length of the loom.

Alternatively, you can look into getting a Knitting Board All-In-One loom, or a KISS loom, both of which are size adjustable, and the KISS loom is also gauge adjustable. Cindwood looms also come in a variety of sizes, and their rectangular loom also comes with a one-peg wedge piece that fits into the center of the loom allowing you to adjust for size.

There are others out there, but these are the ones I'm most familiar with and like.

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