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How to use the Embellish Knit Automatic Spool Loom
 
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Get the Embellish Spool Loom here → http://amzn.to/2Cn55LF I'm going to show you how to use the embellish knit automatic spool loom, and if you want to buy one I'll put a link in the description below. The automatic spool loom allows you to create cords for projects. It does a pretty good job and it's very fast in comparison to a spool loom. To use the embellish knit you feed the yarn through the guide and down the center hole, on the other side you'll clip the weight, this part is necessary for the yarn to feed properly through. Then you turn the handle allowing the first hook to grab the yarn, then you lift the yarn behind the second needle and allow it to be hooked onto the 3rd hook. The latch on each hook always needs to be in the open or down position at this point, so if it's not, you'll have to open it, but once you get it going it should be automatic. Then skip the fourth hook and allow the first hook to catch the loop again. From this point continue turning the handle allowing the yarn to catch on every hook. Getting this going is a little tricky, not difficult, it just takes some patience. You may need to tug slightly on the yarn that is coming out from underneath just slightly as you turn the handle, you want to make sure that as the hook raises to grab another loop of yarn that the previous loop slides off the peg. If you have a heavy weight yarn this won't work very well or at all. But with lighter weight yarns you can really get this thing going pretty fast, you just have to make sure the hook lets go of the loop before it grabs another one. You may have to give it a tug once in a while so it doesn't bunch up at the top of the tube. The only other thing you want to make sure is that there is no tension on the yarn that is being fed into the loom and that the weight is hanging freely so it can feed the yarn down the tube. Once you're done you just cut the yarn and let it finish weaving the handle. Then take a yarn needle and secure each loop so it doesn't come untangled just like you would on the normal spool loom.
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How to do the ribbing stitch on a round knitting loom
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u Also, check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter
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How to purl stitch on a round knitting loom
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u Also, check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter
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Round Loom Knitting Basics Casting On & Knit e Wrap Stitch
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u The most basic of stitches on the round knitting loom is often called the e Stitch or e Wrap because it looks like a lower case cursive letter 'e'. This video teaches you how to do it as well as other basic principles.
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How to make a Peppermint Twist Beanie Hat on a Round Loom
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u Make this fun peppermint twist beanie hat. Here's a link to the free pattern: http://www.americanknitter.com/?page_id=43 Loom Set: http://amzn.to/2e1AJUV Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter There is a free downloadable pattern available at AmericanKnitter.com. This beanie has a small brim of just 21 rows and 30 rows for the rest of the hat. While this pattern isn't all that difficult to figure out once you get the hang of it, you can easily get your yarn colors twisted up, so just take your time and be methodical about it. You'll need red and white yarn, we'll be using a 36 peg Knifty Knitter loom, let's get to it! As always we'll be starting off with a slip knot on the first peg. We'll be wrapping 3 pegs and skipping three pegs with the red yarn for three rows. Now we'll add the white yarn, by tying a slip knot, wrapping and skipping three pegs for 3 rows. Now it's time to pick. Once we've picked we're ready to shift the stripe pattern over one peg, so we'll actually start wrapping the red yarn one peg over to give it the twirl effect. To do this we'll start this next set of 3 rows on peg number 2, wrapping 3 pegs and skipping three pegs, then doing the same with the white yarn, wrapping three, skipping three. Then with the one new row on we pick. Then we'll wrap 2 more rows before we shift over. So basically every three rows of yarn that we pick we shift over one peg. Continue this for 21 rows and we'll be ready to secure the brim of the hat. While you're wrapping it can be difficult to remember what row you're on, and when it's time to shift the pattern over by one peg. So hopefully I can give you a little help. If the inside of the pegs look like this, with the first and the last of the 3 pegs have alternating colors on them like this, then you know you're on your first row for that set of three rows. If instead the rows look like this, with the first and second pegs having 2 rows of the same color but the third a different, then you know you're on the second row, and if the back of the pegs look like this, with all three pegs having all the same color, that mean's you've picked your third row and are ready to shift over a peg. This will come in handy if you have to stop in the middle of your project and can't figure out where you left off. Figure out what row you're on, just count the number of yarn strands all the way up the loom. Hopefully, that will help you stay on track. Once you've wrapped and picked 20 rows you're ready to form the brim of the hat. Unlike making the brim of a normal beanie where you bring the loop from the same peg back up and over you'll be bringing the closest color loop that matches where you are in the pattern. This keeps the spiral twist design in the beanie. With the first row looped back onto the pegs, pick each peg securing the brim. Now continue the red and white pattern for another 30 rows and we'll be ready to finish the hat. Now that you have completed 30 rows pick off all but one row from the pegs. Cut the yarn leaving a length of about 18 inches. I like to use a piece of paper to thread the yarn strands through the eye of the needle. With the yarn secured to the needle loop the remaining row of yarn off each peg and onto the yarn needle. Pull it tight so it bunches together. To secure the stitches weave the yarn through the top stitches of the beanie. Cut the yarn off the needle and tie it off. Congratulations! You've completed an awesome Peppermint Twist Beanie Hat. Our next project will be a dragon hand puppet. If you enjoy these videos please use the like button as well as share these video links on Facebook Pinterest or whatever sites you use, it will really help us to be able to keep creating more videos for you. And if you haven't already, click subscribe so you can know when the next videos are available. Thanks for watching!
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How to Tie Quilt for Beginners - with Elaine Lockett
 
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Popular amazon quilting frame → http://amzn.to/2zNxAzb Wood quilt frame → http://amzn.to/2C9hRjP This video will help you easily learn quilting as you watch longtime quilt maker Elaine Lockett from start to finish. Here is the link to the printed materials & quilting frame plans: http://www.americanknitter.com/?page_id=43 You are about to learn how to make your own quilt. This video and directions are designed to teach the beginner the basics of quilting from start to finish. The directions are divided into steps, which coincide with the steps of the video. To achieve the best results, watch the video and read the instructions before you begin. Take your time, plan your steps and most of all have fun! What you'll need: • Scissors • Quilting Pins • Bonded Batting • Staple Gun & Staples • Needle Nose Pliers • Sewing Machine • Large Yarn Needles • Yardstick • "C" clamps • Flannel • Fabric • 4 Ply Yarn • Thread
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How to make slippers with a round knitting loom
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u This video uses the Knifty Knitter brand loom, however, any brand round loom will work. Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter Have fun!
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Hobby Lobby Round Knitting Loom Set Review
 
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Type of Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u The Classic Knit Knitting Looms sold at Hobby Lobby are a good value, well designed loom. Also check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com
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Round Loom Brands Side By Side Comparison Review
 
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Type of Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u Also check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com
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Martha Stewart Knit & Weave Loom Kit Review
 
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Check it out here→ http://amzn.to/2CnLniW Also, visit our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com
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How to make mittens on a round loom
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u Very easy mitten pattern. I used a blue 24 peg, round loom. These are teen to adult size mittens. You'll want to use a thick or bulky yarn that is NOT cotton. As you may have heard the phrase "Cotton Kills". When it comes to keeping warm cotton is one of the least effective methods to keep warm, in fact, it can cause heat loss. Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter Here's the link to the pattern: http://www.americanknitter.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Round-Loom-Mittens-Pattern.pdf
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How to make an Easter Basket on a Round Loom
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u Collect Easter Eggs in style with this cute basket. Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter Here's the downloadable pattern: http://www.americanknitter.com/?page_id=43 You'll Need: - Pink Yarn - White Yarn - 31 Peg Loom - Spool Loom - Pick Tool - Yarn Needle - Scissors How to make it: Step 1: Weave the Base of the bag (See video instructions) Step 2: Wrap & pick (pattern above) 56 rows on a 31 peg loom. Step 3: Create a 15" handle with a spool loom Step 4 Attach the handle to the bag (see video instructions) Step 5 Secure the inside of the bag to the base. Step 6: Enjoy your new Easter Basket!
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Knifty Knitter Brand Round Knitting Loom Review
 
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Type of Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u The Knifty Knitter by ProvoCraft is the standard in Round Knitting Looms Loom Set: http://amzn.to/2e1AJUV Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter Also check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com
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How to Make A Beanie Hat Kristoff Frozen Style
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u Printable pattern is available at: www.americanknitter.com Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter Make an Anna Beanie Hat Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f23OjG1DxSU Check out "In Summer" Cover Song here: https://www.youtube.com/user/therobster1992/featured Elsa Costume Ideas Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnQW7npl_i0
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How to make a Candy Corn Beanie Hat on a Round Knitting Loom
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u This is a very easy pattern and can be completed in about 2.5 hours. Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter I used the 36 Peg Loom for this beanie. 40 Rows of Yellow (With a brim, otherwise just do 20 rows) 30 Rows of Orange 10 Rows of White Optional white Pom-Pom Also check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com Also check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com
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How to make a Beanie Hat with a Round Knifty Knitter Loom
 
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Type of Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u In this video we are using the Knifty Knitter brand knitting looms, however, any round loom will work. This is the first of a series that will be uploaded. What you'll need: Standard 4 Ply Yarn and a 36 peg loom for an adult size hat. If your loom is has a few more or fewer pegs than 36 that's ok.
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American Flag Beanie Hat Round Loom Pattern
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u A printable pattern for this hat is available in the download section of American Knitter.com I'm going to be using standard 4 ply yarn and the knifty knitter brand 36 peg loom, so this will be a hat for a child, but variations in size are also available on the website. First, we are going to work on the band or brim of the cap. We'll start with Red Yarn and the first thing you'll want to do is tie a slip knot, and to do that you wrap the yarn around two of your fingers and bring the long end of the yarn through the loop and pull it tight. Place the loop of the slipknot on the first peg of your loom and cinch it, but it doesn't need to be super tight. Now we'll be winding the yarn around each peg counterclockwise as we move clockwise around the loom. We'll also be skipping two pegs so that we can alternate colors, so wrap two pegs and skip two pegs, wrap two pegs skip two pegs all the way around the loom and then we'll tie off the red yarn around the side peg and start on the white yarn. Skip two pegs and wrap two pegs, all the way around the loom and then tie it off. Once we have 3 rows of yarn on each peg we'll pull the bottom row over the top of the peg and then wrap another row, alternating colors all the way around the loom. We then repeat the picking process, pulling the bottom row over the top of the peg. We'll continue this process until we've wrapped and picked 34 rows and we'll be ready for the next step. Ok, so we have 34 rows, and we picked the 34th row so we have 2 rows left on the pegs and as you can see we have some really cool looking stripes. We're ready to finish the brim of the hat. To do this we pull the loops from the first rows that we picked back over the pegs, now you want to make sure that you are aligned properly or it will give your hat a slightly twisted look. Once you have them all looped back onto the pegs we'll pick off the bottom row just like we've been doing after wrapping. This process secures the brim of the hat. Once you do that we're ready to work on the next section of the hat. Now we're going to change colors, to do this it's actually quite simple, we're going to leave a piece of yarn long enough on both the red and the white to tie the blue yarn too. Once we do that we're going to wrap and pick 6 rows of solid blue yarn. Go ahead and do that and we'll be ready to start on the stars. It's starting to take shape and now we're ready for the stars, so what we're going to do is offset the stars from the stripes so they don't line up perfectly, it'll just make it look a little more stylish. So to reintroduce the white just tie a slipknot back on but instead of the peg we started on for the white stripes we're going back one so it's offset. Now we're going to alternate wrapping 2 pegs white, 2 pegs blue. We'll wrap and pick for four rows and that will give us our first set of stars. Ok, now that we have our first row of stars, we're going to add a solid band of blue for 3 rows, so wrap and pick just your color blue for 3 rows and we'll leave the white on the loom, we'll just make sure that the yarn stays on the inside of the loom while we wrap the blue, otherwise we'll have a white thread running across the front of our beanie and, well we don't want that now do we? ...No, we don't. Ok 3 rows of blue and we're ready for our next set of stars, we're going to offset these stars from the initial set of stars as well and so we'll just start wrapping one peg over from where we initially wrapped the first set of stars. We'll wrap and pick for 4 more rows. Now that we have our second row of stars we'll separate them again with 3 rows of solid blue. Then we'll be ready to do the final set of stars. Alright, the last set of stars... We're going to begin these on the same peg as the first row of stars, alternating blue and white every two pegs for four rows then we'll be ready to finish the beanie. Your hat is looking really cool by now and we're almost done. We just need to wrap and pick 5 more rows of solid blue then we'll be ready to take the hat off the loom. To finish the hat pick all the rows off your pegs so you only have one row left on the loom. Then cut the blue yarn with a couple feet of thread left hanging. Thread a Yarn needle onto the blue yarn and begin threading the yarn from each peg onto the needle, going around until all of the loops are on the thread. Pull the yarn tight, closing the hole through the inside of the beanie. Then work the needle through several stitches and then cut and tie it off. Congratulations! You're now ready for a cold 4th of July evening, Election Day or any other patriotic event! Thanks for watching. I really hope you've enjoyed and found our videos helpful. We'd love to hear from you, please rate and comment. Subscribe for more videos like this and share your projects and successes with us on our Facebook page. Until next time!
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How to Knit a Beanie Hat, Socks & More Round Loom Knitting How To Video
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u Basic to advanced techniques of round loom knitting. Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter Including: Threading the loom, wrapping the loom, changing colors, making a beanie hat including the band and crown of a beanie hat. How to make socks and slippers and more!
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Round Loom Trick Or Treat Pumpkin Bag
 
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Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u Trick or Treat! A fun Halloween bag to make. Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitterThis is a great bag for little kids, 3 - 4 year olds and below. It's very sturdy and just the right size. Here's a link to the printable pattern: http://www.americanknitter.com/?page_id=43 Jack-O-Lantern Pumpkin Halloween Bag Pattern You'll Need: - Orange Yarn - Black Yarn - Green Yarn - 31 Peg Loom - Spool Loom - Pick Tool - Yarn Needle - Scissors How to make it: Step 1: Weave the Base of the bag (See video instructions) Step 2: Wrap & pick (pattern above) 56 rows on a 31 peg loom. Step 3: Create a 12" handle with a spool loom Step 4 Attach the handle to the bag (see video instructions) Step 5 Secure the inside of the bag to the base. Step 6: Enjoy your new Pumpkin Bag! Visit AmericanKnitter.com for more knitting projects!
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How to Knit Lesson 1 Part 8- Decreasing Stitches
 
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Buy Knitting Products here → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ A decrease or decreasing in knitting means reducing in the number of stitches in a row. This video will show you how.
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How to knit a sock on a round knitting loom socks
 
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Type of Round Loom Set used in video→ http://amzn.to/2zMw28u One of my favorite items to make on the round loom. This sock has Red & Gold SF 49'ers colors. You can pick your favorite team's colors and make someone really happy! Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter
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How to make a Minecraft Creeper Beanie Hat on a round loom
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u Here's a link to the free patterns Teen/Adult and Child size: http://www.americanknitter.com/?page_id=43 Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter A creeper is a character from a video game called Minecraft that nearly every kid in the world plays.
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How to make a scarf on a round knitting loom
 
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Type of Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u This is a Knifty Knitter Brand Loom, but the concept is the same if you have a different brand loom. Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter
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How To Knit Mittens - Part 1 Inrtoduction
 
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Knitting Tools & Supplies → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ In this lesson you'll learn how to knit a beautiful pair of mittens.
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How to make a Gru scarf from Despicable Me
 
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Type of Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter I really tried to get as authentic a look as possible. I use grey and black yarn for the stripes. 6 rows of black 12 rows of grey until I reached 11 feet. Your length may vary depending on the length you need to get the right Despicable Me Gru scarf look. You'll have to work on the Gru accent though, and either shave your head or get one of those bald head shower cap things. He also has a black jacket and black pants and shoes to complete the costume. If you don't want to waste your time, you can just click here and order the scarf: http://amzn.to/2efBNmF Also check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com Here's the music at the end of the video: Spooky Ride by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://www.twinmusicom.org/song/250/spooky-ride Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org
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How to make a Firefly Jayne Cobb Beanie Hat on a round loom
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u This is a Jayne Cobb Inspired Pattern You'll need: Pattern: http://www.americanknitter.com/?page_id=43 41 Peg Round Loom Colors: Reddish Orange, Orange, Golden Yellow or Mustard Steps: Earflaps - Slip Knot on Peg 7 Wrap 7 pegs for 28 Rows Do the same on the opposite side Change colors to the orange start on peg 6 and increase every wrap back and forth Once you have only 2 pegs with no yarn secure the brim Add 12 more rows on the loom Change to golden yellow color and add 22 rows Remove the hat with a yarn needle Create the pom pom Secure loose ends Create the tie tassels Show off your beanie! Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter
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How to knit a Fair Isle pattern Beanie Cap hat with needles
 
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Knitting tools and supplies → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ Free Pattern: http://americanknitter.com/DVD4PATTERN_download.pdf The fourth lesson from the American Knitter "Learn to Knit" DVD video series. This lesson will teach you many advanced techniques of knitting as you create a beautiful Fair Isle Hat. You will learn the following: knitting in the round with circular needles, knitting with double pointed needles, how to read knitting patterns, Fair Isle knitting and more... It includes camera angles as if you were looking through the eyes of the instructor. The DVD is divided into chapters for each technique, allowing you to quickly find instruction on a specific topic. This DVD lesson also includes a printed pattern of the hat.
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How to make a beanie hat Bob Marley Dreadlock Style
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u Why grow dreads when you can just make a beanie hat. Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter Here is the link for the beanie hat pattern: http://www.americanknitter.com/?page_id=43 Here is the link to buy the spool loom: http://www.americanknitter.com/?page_id=196 What You'll Need: Red, Yellow, Green, & Bulky Hair Colored Yarn (the yarn I used is Hobby Lobby Brand Yarn Bee, Tender Touch, Sable Color Yarn) Round Loom, Any Size Spool Loom (Automatic Preferably.)
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In The Attic Brand Looms Round Knitting Loom Review
 
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Round Loom Set used in our other videos → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u These looms are good if you're on the road alot and you might be afraid of breaking it. They're indestructible. However, if you wrap them too tightly you may end up with inconsistant stitches. Also check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com
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How to Change Yarn Colors on a Round Loom   Knifty Knitter Basics
 
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Round Loom Set used in video → http://amzn.to/2zMw28u It's a very simple process to change colors while working on a round loom project but it may not be totally obvious at first. Simply cut the working color and tie on the new yarn. Simple as that! Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/americanknitter
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How to knit a sweater with knitting needles Free Fair Isle Pattern
 
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Here is the link to the downloadable pattern: http://www.americanknitter.com/?page_id=43 Enjoy! This is an advanced knitting project. We have other videos you should start with if you are brand new to knitting.
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How to Knit For Beginners Lesson 1
 
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Knitting Tools & Supplies → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ This video is for the absolute beginner. By the time you finish this video you'll have learned the basics of knitting as well as have completed a kitchen cloth. What You'll Learn: casting on & off knit & purl stitches garter & stocking stitches increasing & decreasing
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How to knit an Infinity Scarf Project #knitting
 
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Easy Beginner Level Knitting Pattern. Lion Brand Homespun Yarn: https://amzn.to/2Rzo6BL Jen's FB Store: https://www.facebook.com/gigigoesproducts/ Also check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com
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How to Knit Lesson 1 Part 6: Dish Cloth Project
 
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Knitting Tools & Supplies → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ You've learned the basics! Now you're ready to knit something! A dishcloth... in this next section you'll learn the techniques of increasing, decreasing, and casting off. You'll also be using your knit & purl stitches that you've learned in the previous sections.
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How to Knit Lesson 1 Part 1 Casting On - AmericanKnitter.com
 
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Buy Knitting Products here → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ This video is for the absolute beginner. Step by step instructions are available here, by the end of these videos you'll easily become a pro! Lesson 1 Part 1: Casting On Lesson 1 Part 2: Knit Stitch Lesson 1 Part 3: Purl Stitch Lesson 1 Part 4: Stocking Stitch Lesson 1 Part 5: Garter Stitch Lesson 1 Part 6: Dish Cloth Project Lesson 1 Part 7: Increasing Lesson 1 Part 8: Decreasing Lesson 1 Part 9 Casting Off Lesson 2: Mittens!
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How to knit a scarf with knitting needles -  cable knit pattern
 
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Knitting tools and supplies → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ This is the third lesson for knitting with needles, it will teach you how to cable knit while creating a scarf.
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How to Knit a Scrunchie American Knitter Project
 
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Skill Level: SUPER EASY Time: Approx 30 minutes Spool Loom https://amzn.to/2L4wg4s ¼” Elastic: https://amzn.to/2uaIb7u Acrylic Yarn: https://amzn.to/2NaQreL Jen's FB Store: https://www.facebook.com/gigigoesproducts/ www.americanknitter.com
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How to Knit Mittens
 
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Knitting tools and supplies → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ This is for beginner to intermediate knitters. We hope you enjoy learning to knit with our video lessons. Please leave us a comment if you've learned something.
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How to Crochet a Flower
 
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Crocheted flowers are a great starting project for anyone learning to crochet and they make perfect embellishments for any knit scarf or beanie hat. Also check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com Jen's FB Store: https://www.facebook.com/gigigoesproducts/
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How To Knit Mittens- Part 7 - Creating the Thumb
 
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Knitting Tools & Supplies → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ To create the thumb you'll need to do some more basic math. Take the original number of stitches that you cast on, subtract 2 and then divide that number by 2. That will help you know where to place the thumb in your project.
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How To Knit Mittens- Part 5 - Ribbing Stitch
 
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Knitting Tools & Supplies → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ Ribbing stitch is created by alternating between a knit and a purl stitch. It creates an elastic tightening effect.
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How To Knit Mittens- Part 3 - calculate mitten size
 
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Knitting Tools & Supplies → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ Calculating the size of a mitten requires some measuring and basic math. Measure the circumference of widest part of your hand. multiply the measured length by your gauge and then add four stitches. Adding four is to compensate for the seam in the mitten.
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How to knit a seed stitch
 
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A very useful stitch and very easy stitch to learn. Also check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com
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How To Knit Mittens- Step 9 How to use Stitch Holders
 
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Knitting Tools & Supplies → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ While working on the glove, you will need to have a stitch holder to section off a portion of the glove that will later be used to make the thumb of the glove.
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Awesome Maleficent Comic Con Cosplay Costume
 
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Buy Maleficent Costume http://amzn.to/2Dwc2JA One of the more impressive costumes at Comic Con, it was very well done. They also make Star Wars costumes too. If you don't want to make your own you can contact Carol on facebook or their website, see the links below: https://www.facebook.com/cccostumes http://www.carolscustomcostumes.com/uncategorized/hello-world/ Also check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com
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How To Knit Mittens- Step 11 - Finishing the top of a Mitten
 
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Knitting Tools & Supplies → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ You'll need a yarn needle for this portion of the project. Just thread each stitch from the needle onto some yarn and cinch it tight. Then tie it off.
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How To Knit Mittens- Step 14 Finishing the seams
 
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Knitting Tools & Supplies → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ Creating the seam along the edge of the mitten is the last step. It requires using a yarn needle, and working back and forth, left and right into each stitch all the way down the glove.
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How To Knit Mittens- Step 12 - Working The Thumb
 
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Knitting Tools & Supplies → http://amzn.to/2BT6EzQ Back to the stitch holder. We'll be creating the thumb. You'll need to add in a new piece of yarn into your work. It's a lot easier than it may seem.
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Easiest Way to Make A Pom Pom no special tools required
 
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This has got to be, by far, the easiest way to make a pompom for you hats and other knitting projects! Plus learn the tricks to making a tight and clean looking pom pom vs a big and bushy pom pom. All of this in a short fun how to video! Also check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com
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Make your own Queen Elsa from Frozen - Cosplay Costume Ideas
 
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Elsa Costume & Cosplay Props: http://amzn.to/2Edosao The Kristoff and Anna Beanie Hat videos are on the way! Also check out our website for free patterns other video lessons and more. www.americanknitter.com
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