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How to Loom Knit a Diagonal Infinity Scarf (DIY Tutorial)

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This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to knit a scarf (and make it an infinity scarf) with a diagonal pattern using a loom with a minimum of 18 pegs. In this tutorial you will learn: - How to cast on stitches on the loom - How to knit and purl - How to work in flat panel - How to bind off in flat panel You can find the needed materials here: https://www.amazon.com/shop/tuteate You can find this project's PDF PATTERN here: https://www.etsy.com/es/listing/655948867/ The music of this video is from Aakash Gandhi: https://www.youtube.com/user/88keystoeuphoria You can also find us here: Website: http://www.tuteate.com Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/tuteate/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tuteate/ Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/equipot/
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Tuteate (5 months ago)
You can find the needed materials here: https://www.amazon.com/shop/tuteate You can find this project's PDF PATTERN here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/655948867/
Abdul Mannan (2 months ago)
Thanks
Lucília Pisco (4 months ago)
Como fazer pataniscas de bacalhau
Patricia Nataren (6 months ago)
Bufandas en dos agujas
Joanna Schuler (28 days ago)
Sehr angenehme Musik
Tuteate (26 days ago)
:)
Sandi Atleo (1 month ago)
That looks easy now to buy a big round look.
Gehad Gaber (1 month ago)
I have a problem with this pattern because I started with more than 18 pegs ,should I double the pegs or there is a way to do it with 24 pegs as example?
In this case, it is most likely necessary according to the formula: 2pegs + 4pegs * X (2pegs = 1peg skip + 1peg knit; 4pegs in pattern; X - number of repetitions).... Therefore 24pegs breaks the pattern, you should use either 22 pegs or 26 pegs
jong larissa (1 month ago)
Please i wish to learn how to make scarf with beads.
Tuteate (1 month ago)
Ok! I'll add it to my ToDo list! :) For the moment, maybe this other tutorial will help you out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R2j0AIjFnQ
رغد الحربي (2 months ago)
مرة يجنن
Gloria Gray (2 months ago)
Hi! Beautiful video and thank-you for your teachings. I wanted to make a heavy hat out of this.. could I just follow the same steps minus the endings?
Gloria Gray (2 months ago)
+Tuteate awesome.. I'm a bit new and wanted to try some different things but I have plenty of scarfs :-) Thank-you so much for your reply!
Tuteate (2 months ago)
Hi Gloria! Thank you :) Yes, you could follow the same steps minus the endings. Actually, if you choose a round loom with a number of pegs multiple of 4 + 1 (the 41-peg loom, for example), you just repeat "2 knits - 2 purls" over and over again and you get a result in spiral/diagonal. You can see what I mean here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzJfzGVzkQc
D. sanchez (2 months ago)
great video thank you i am glad you did a English version my spanish is not so great
Tuteate (2 months ago)
Thank you :) I'm glad to know you liked it!
Ruth Robertson (2 months ago)
Can I just use the knitting stitch when I make a scarf on the knitting loom
Tuteate (2 months ago)
Hi Ruth! You could work the whole scarf using knit stitch, however, I recommend you to alternate knit stitch and purl stitch on the edges or the second and penultimate pegs to avoid your knitting to curl up
Nina Ricciardone (2 months ago)
I would've to try this pattern with a 4 play yarn with a smaller gauge loom how many more stitches can I add to have it come out as wide as the bulky yarn. I've done one scarf with the bulky yarn it came out great, thanks
Tuteate (2 months ago)
Hi Nina! This pattern needs a number of pegs multiple of 4 + 2. I used 18 pegs from a 36-peg XL gauge round loom. You will need to add multiples of 4 pegs to that number. I recommend you to make a swatch before starting the project, so you can adjust the number of pegs and rounds you will need to get the same width and length. Here you will find the "Gauge" of my pattern and other info that might help you out: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/diagonal-infinity-scarf-2
Debbie Porter (2 months ago)
You an absolutely amazing Teacher, Thank you for taking Time to Show an Explain how to do the pattern's.
Tuteate (2 months ago)
Thank you so much Debbie for your kind words :) I love sharing my projects and receiving your feedback
Echo (3 months ago)
15:52 that blue string is me
Tuteate (2 months ago)
Hahahahhahahah
Victor Manuel Navarro (3 months ago)
que bonito
Tuteate (2 months ago)
Muchísimas gracias :)
Happy Flower (3 months ago)
Wonderful result but it needs too much concentration at every stitch or during knitting ...!
zee Kersh (3 months ago)
I need help! How do I know which row I left off? I was doing so well, I had knitted about 10inches long perfectly but I had to answer my phone and for some reason I can't remember which row I was doing? Normally when I have to take break I will knit all 4 rows completely that way it's easy for me to remember. Unfortunately when I tried to guess it wasn't diagonal pattern, so I had to undo the last part where I stopped. Pls help.
Tuteate (3 months ago)
Hi Zee! I understand. I share here with you a tip that I included in my written pattern (the written pattern is available here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/diagonal-infinity-scarf-2 ): The pattern sequence of every row starts with the opposite stitch you ended the previous row. This means Row 2 starts with "EWK", while the last stitch worked there at Row 1 was "P". Row 3 starts with "P", while the last stitch worked there at Row 2 was "EWK". Row 4 starts with "P", while the last stitch worked there at Row 3 was "EWK". So you don't need to count rows to know where you are, you just need to check the last stitch you worked at the previous row and you will know how to begin the next row.
Алема Лайм (3 months ago)
I know English :(
Алема Лайм (3 months ago)
Please !!!
Stacy Lemonds (3 months ago)
I just got back into loom knitting again, and your video made it SO EASY for me to get back until the swing of things. I'm using this pattern with the Yarn Bee "Cozy Occasion" yarn (color is Spa Day" and is turning out beautifully! Thank you!!
maria fonseca (3 months ago)
Wow
maria fonseca (3 months ago)
Is beautiful but I don’t think I can do
Karen Juarez (3 months ago)
The instructions were confusing
Annamal Glitch (3 months ago)
how many pegs does your (loom??) thing have? Because 18 pegs on mine seems rather large width wise.
Tuteate (3 months ago)
Hi! The one I used here is my 36-peg loom
Shirin B (3 months ago)
Thank youuu😍😍😍
GARLAND ROBERTS (3 months ago)
Thanks for the easy to follow video! just one question...what is the size of the loom? 3/8", 1/2', 5/8". Does it even make a difference hoe far apart the pegs are?
Tuteate (3 months ago)
Hi! I think the one I used is 3/4". When the pegs are so far apart, you need bulkier yarn than if they are not...
öztürk bozkır (4 months ago)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xjw_6a6N-iw&t=1s
Yhhy Bvbbg (4 months ago)
بس ممكن نعرف من وين نجيب الاادوات هذول الي بتمنۍ. يقلي
Aglow Flower (4 months ago)
توجد في المكتبات ..ومحلات أدوات الخياطة
50cal Caleb (4 months ago)
i am so confused what do i do if i dont want to do the zero shape at the end?
Tuteate (4 months ago)
Hi! You'll find your answer from minute 11:43 on: https://youtu.be/pZVV3R6S9hQ?t=703 (you'll simply need to bind off your knitting work and stop following this tutorial instructions at minute 14:49
jorge gonzalez (4 months ago)
Could I do a scarf like this using only the E wrap?
Tuteate (4 months ago)
Hola! Sí se puede, pero te recomiendo que en los extremos (en el segundo poste, y el penúltimo poste, por ejemplo) vayas alternando e-wraps y purls, porque sino la bufanda se te doblará por los laterales
Nancy Pitts (4 months ago)
All I have to say is get better music. For me it is making me fall asleep.
Diane Knitting (4 months ago)
Nancy Pitts seriously? Mute it then.
aTsai8867 (4 months ago)
great pattern and tutorial! thank you
Felicia W (5 months ago)
The written instructions do not make sense according to what you do in the video! Please fix! It was very frustrating figuring this out.
Tuteate (4 months ago)
Hi Felicia! I tried to write the instructions in 2 different ways, but they should be the same. I understand the confusion, I hope I can clarify it (if the summary white page is confusing to you, please ignore it, it tries to say the same in other words). On every row we skip the first peg and knit the last peg, so let's forget about these 2 pegs and talk about the 16 other ones. On Row 2 (minute 4:02 ) we: wrap&knit 1, purl 2, wrap & knit 2, purl 2, wrap&knit 2,... and (on the last 3 pegs of these 16 pegs) purl 2 and wrap&knit 1. We could summarize that as repeating (w&k1, p2, w&k1) on these 16 pegs. Because if you work repeating (w&k1, p2, w&k1) on these 16 pegs you: w&k1, p2, w&k1, w&k1, p2, w&k1, w&k1, p2, w&k1, w&k1, p2, w&k1. Hope this helps... Please let me know how it goes!
fatma Elgallal (5 months ago)
I realy learned from you thank you so much
Tuteate (4 months ago)
Thank you Fatma!
dove baby (5 months ago)
Thanks for sharing
Jennifer Dance (5 months ago)
I’m curious. How many hours did it take you to complete this project?Btw great video!
Tuteate (4 months ago)
Hi Jennifer, it took me 6h approx. More details here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/diagonal-infinity-scarf-2
Bridget Smith (5 months ago)
Very nice video easy to understand and love the relaxing music.
Tuteate (4 months ago)
Thank you so much Bridget! I love this relaxing music too :)
Barb Carey (5 months ago)
How much yarn did it take to make the scarf
Tuteate (5 months ago)
Hi Barb! I used 180 yards approx. of a bulky yarn called Phildar Rapido. You'll find more details here, together with the PDF written pattern: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/diagonal-infinity-scarf-2
Antzelina Gr (5 months ago)
Needless to say,it's an amazing and easy to follow video.. I love all your videos so far... May I ask you, if I want to knitt more than 18 pegs, should I follow the same patten? thank you <3
Antzelina Gr (5 months ago)
+Tuteate Thank you so much 🌷🌷
Tuteate (5 months ago)
Thank you Antzelina :) Yes, if you want to use more than 18 pegs, you'll need to add multiples of 4 to that number. For example, you could use: 22 pegs, 26 pegs, 30 pegs,... If you do that, you can follow the same pattern :)
Soha Baz (5 months ago)
رائعة الفكرة وواضحة شكرا اتمنالك التوفيق👍👏👏🌹
Imane Wahabi (4 months ago)
هذه التي يستعملونها موجودة في الاسواق العربية و ماذا تسمى و شكرا
Tuteate (5 months ago)
:)
Sandra Tenney (5 months ago)
From what I get the first time through the four rows in the video row 2 is: skip1 knit1(p2 k2)k1, then second review in video says skip 1(k1 p2 k1)k1. Am I seeing that correctly? Which one do I follow? I've watched several times, maybe I'm not following correctly but that's what I take away.
Tuteate (5 months ago)
Hi Sandra! I understand the confusion, I hope I can clarify it (if the summary white page is confusing to you, please ignore it, it tries to say the same in other words). On every row we skip the first peg and knit the last peg, so let's forget about these 2 pegs and talk about the 16 other ones. On Row 2 (minute 4:02 ) we: wrap&knit 1, purl 2, wrap & knit 2, purl 2, wrap&knit 2,... and (on the last 3 pegs of these 16 pegs) purl 2 and wrap&knit 1. We could summarize that as repeating (w&k1, p2, w&k1) on these 16 pegs. Because if you work repeating (w&k1, p2, w&k1) on these 16 pegs you: w&k1, p2, w&k1, w&k1, p2, w&k1, w&k1, p2, w&k1, w&k1, p2, w&k1. Hope this helps... Please let me know how it goes!
Sandra Tenney (5 months ago)
I should add, I really appreciate your videos, I learn so much from them
Sandra Tenney (5 months ago)
Just watched again, I see the full written review of all rows at minute 11. Is that the correct pattern for all four rows? I agree with another poster, the beginning of the video has rows 2&4 different than at minute 11.
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ام ايمن (5 months ago)
عمل جيد شكرا
Sumaiyah Isselmou (2 months ago)
That is so true يا ام ايمن
Tuteate (5 months ago)
Thank you so much :)
Kusumlatha Velmurugan (5 months ago)
From where can I get this looms and hooks
Tuteate (5 months ago)
Hi! You could try looking for them on Amazon. Here a link to my recommendations: https://www.amazon.com/shop/tuteate
Fadim Demirci (5 months ago)
Çok güzel ellerine emeğine sağlık bu örgü aparatı nereden elde edebilirim acaba
Tuteate (5 months ago)
Hi! You could try looking for them on Amazon. Here a link to my recommendations: https://www.amazon.com/shop/tuteate
:-)
JannMax (5 months ago)
I am fairly new to loom knitting (less than a year) and really like the scarf shown. I would like to make one but before starting I noted what I think is an error. The pattern shown at around 11 minutes does not match what I am seeing the video. I refer specifically to row 2 and 4. Can you explain? I read your response to Amber Rose's question (like mine) but I am still confused.
JannMax (5 months ago)
That does help, thank you for your reply.
Tuteate (5 months ago)
Hi! The pattern shown at minute 11:11 is just a summary that I thought it could be helpful, but if it confusing, forget about it, ok? When it says "Row 2: Skip 1, (W&K1, P2, W&K1), K1" it means you skip 1 and then you work repeating the sequence inside between "(" and ")". Then if you write it down you will see it means: skip 1, W&Knit, Purl, Purl, W&Knit, W&Knit, Purl, Purl, W&Knit, W&Knit, Purl, Purl, W&Knit,... Knit. If you now check minute 4:02, you will see the explanation for Row 2 matches this. Hope this helps! (but if it still confusing, just follow the video directions and forget about the pattern summary)
che paglicawan (6 months ago)
Why do you need to "Purl"?what is that for? Sorry because i havent try knitting so idont know but i hope i can get an answer thanks...I actually order online this knitting loom.so im excited to learn new things and patterns...thanks for this video tutorial...
Maria Natuzzi (3 months ago)
Italiano
Maria Natuzzi (3 months ago)
Uffa tutto stranieri
Tuteate (6 months ago)
Hi! There are "knit stitches" and "purl stitches". The "purl stitches" are the opposite type of stiches to the "knit stitches". This pattern needs both types :)
c w (6 months ago)
A scarf done this way curls some.
Tuteate (6 months ago)
Really? Mine didn't curl at all...
Beth Hayes (6 months ago)
I love the ending with how you just sewed ends together: I am gonna do this with earwarmers I make....way easier for me than re attaching loops...when doing earwarmer on about 6 or so pegs
Tuteate (6 months ago)
Great! Thank you for your feedback Beth ^_^
Simona Ortale (6 months ago)
❤️😍❤️❤️💕
Tuteate (6 months ago)
😊❤😘
blkbird022 (6 months ago)
Lovely 😊...🦋🦋🦋
Amber Rose (6 months ago)
Love this but quick question re Row 4 pattern.... text states w&k 2, p 1 but the video w&k 2, p2. Is the latter correct? Thk u so much!
Tuteate (6 months ago)
+Danila Koncar hi! I they are correct (at least I think so). However, what you see at minute 11:11 is a summary of what I explained in a different way before, but it should be the same...
Danila Koncar (6 months ago)
Written instructions are not correct for row 2 and 4.
Tuteate (6 months ago)
Hi Amber! Thank you for your question, I understand the confusion! At minute 6:54 we start Row 4 and we work like this: "skip the first peg, purl 1, wrap&knit 2, purl 2, wrap & knit 2, purl 2 ... and wrap & knit 2, purl 1, knit the last peg", right? We can also sum up that as: "skip 1, (purl1, w&k2, purl 1), k1". Both are the same, if you work repetitions of "p1, w&k2, p1" you get "p1, w&k2, p1, p1, w&k2, p1, p1, ... w&k2, p1"
Nita nitoska (6 months ago)
Que maca queda !! Ja t'he trobat a instagram , no m'havia adonat que aquí davall hi tenies l'enllaç!! amb lo fàcil que era he he , no fa massa que hi soc jo,
Tuteate (6 months ago)
Ja t'he trobat jo també! 😁 jo ara el començo a fer servir més l'instagram, així que per aquí o per allà segur que respondré relativament ràpid
e2cmmm (6 months ago)
👏🏻🎉👏🏻🎉👏🏻✨🌟⭐️🌟✨❤️😃❤️👍🏻👍🏻
Tuteate (6 months ago)
😁🍾🥂
I Finch L (6 months ago)
Beautiful work clear instructions . Will definitely try this one the pattern is great
Tuteate (6 months ago)
Thank you so so much, so glad to know you liked it 🤗❤
Aimee Man (7 months ago)
It's so nice to see you back again. Your videos are one of the best that I learn from! Thank you!
Amber Emerson (5 months ago)
Aimee Man as
Tuteate (6 months ago)
Thank you so much ❤
Deb Simister (7 months ago)
Beautiful colour thank you for the awesome video
Tuteate (7 months ago)
Thank you Deb! I'm glad to know you liked it!
Shelly MorganKesler (7 months ago)
I am so glad you’re back!
Tuteate (7 months ago)
Thank you Wanda! 🤗
Luv2Loom knit (7 months ago)
Thank you for this video! How much yarn was used to make this scarf?
Luv2Loom knit (7 months ago)
Great, thanks for getting back to me! I will be making this scarf for a Christmas gift.
Tuteate (7 months ago)
Thank you for your comment! I used 220g (180m) approx
Artistic Lion (7 months ago)
I will get a loom just to make this
Tuteate (7 months ago)
😊👏
Callie Tendandes (7 months ago)
Lovely! Cant wait to follow this and make my own Thank you for Sharing with us!
Tuteate (7 months ago)
Thank you Callie! I'll love to see your result!
Mzy (7 months ago)
You did it again.. remember to write how much yarn are used!!
Mzy (5 months ago)
I would like to try, but have no ideas to what to film 🤷🏻‍♀️
J Byrnes (5 months ago)
+Mzy yeah it is actually. Upload your own videos and see.
Mzy (5 months ago)
J Byrnes yeah. Simple too how much yarn right?
J Byrnes (5 months ago)
+Mzy just try please and thankyou. Simple really.
Mzy (5 months ago)
They always wrote how much in their old tutorials, that’s important to know how much to buy. I’m a follower because I want to try that out. I’m not responsible how you understand my message, it’s a very frustrated messenge
Patty Mullin (7 months ago)
This goes on my ever growing "To Do" list, but up towards the top - love it!
Tuteate (7 months ago)
😊❤
Ketogenic Kim (7 months ago)
As I've said before, you have the most amazing easy to follow videos. I have two looms and have not yet used them but this I can follow thank you so much 🤗
Denise Van Der zwaag (5 months ago)
Knitting
Tuteate (7 months ago)
Thank you so much for all your positiveness!! ^_^
Ketogenic Kim (7 months ago)
Plus the music is so soothing!
Miguel Agudelo (7 months ago)
Please the instruccions in spanish
Beth Hayes (6 months ago)
She does
Tuteate (7 months ago)
Hola Miguel, aquí está el vídeo en Español: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXFk0C70QkY :)
Fanny 1 23 (7 months ago)
Esta otro vídeo igual a este en español.
susan lentz (7 months ago)
Beautiful scarf. Thank you for sharing.
Tuteate (7 months ago)
Thank you so much! So glad to know you like it! ^_^
Trish Breiten (7 months ago)
Thank you for making this video the scarf is beautiful how would you recommend on making it into a throw blanket? Have a wonderful blessed day. ❤
Tuteate (7 months ago)
Hi Trish! Thank you for your comment! If you have an infinity loom or a very long loom, I would recommend you to use a number of pegs multiple of 4 + 2 (for example: 82). Then you can follow the same pattern directions given in this video.
Alan JJ (7 months ago)
¿Qué cantidad de estambre se necesita para la bufanda?
Alan JJ (7 months ago)
Hola, muchas gracias por contestar. Excelente que hayas vuelto a YouTube. :)
Tuteate (7 months ago)
Hola Alan! Para este proyecto usé unos 220 gramos de un estambre llamado Phildar Rapido. Eso quiere decir que usé unos 180 metros de estambre de grosor #5 (para agujas de 6 - 7 mm)
Brenda Emerson (7 months ago)
Pretty scarf thanks for sharing!
Tuteate (7 months ago)
Thank you so much for commenting! It's always positive to get feedback
جميلة اوى
Tuteate (7 months ago)
^_^ Thank you!
Mane Quiroga (7 months ago)
I’m glad 😊 you are back!
Tuteate (7 months ago)
^_^ Thank you!!! <3
May Bensusan (7 months ago)
Hola es precioso ¿Esta traducido en español? Es que no se me dan muy bien los idiomas millones de gracias eres una genia
May Bensusan (7 months ago)
Mil gracias justo lo vi ahora me salto la alerta es que lo tengo que intentar hacer es precioso
Tuteate (7 months ago)
Muchas gracias! Justo publiqué la versión de este tutorial en Español: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXFk0C70QkY :)
Desiree Carriker (7 months ago)
Thank you for your beautiful infinity scarf
Tuteate (7 months ago)
Thank you so much! I'm glad you like it!
ximena miranda (7 months ago)
Genial! aunque es muy claro me hubiese encantado que estuviera en español. Me encantan tus videos
Carmen Jiménez (5 months ago)
+Tuteate Gracias.
Tuteate (7 months ago)
Gracias guapa :) justo publiqué la versión de este tutorial en Español: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXFk0C70QkY
May Gutierrez (7 months ago)
Que bueno que regresaste!!!!😋😋😋
Tuteate (7 months ago)
Muchas gracias May ^_^ por cierto, justo publiqué la versión de este tutorial en Español: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXFk0C70QkY
Happy that you guys videos came back
Tuteate (7 months ago)
^_^ thank you so much! We're glad to be back too!

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