Loom Knitting Christmas Stocking Pattern

Loom Knitting Christmas Stocking Pattern

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Crochet Loom Knitting Stockings

Crochet Loom Knitting Stockings

The Loom Knitting Christmas Stocking was written by me in 2009. Using 5″ loom knitting tool, eWrap a Loom Knitting Stocking. This is a free loom knitting pattern.

This is using the twisted knit stitch that is achieved through eWrapping concept. The example picture is the first one I ever did. This pattern has been lost for years and found and the picture is the original stocking I made as a tester.

I recommend white fluffy yarn for the cuff and use two other colours for the body, heel and toe colours.

You will use 2 strands of value yarn at the same time to increase the thickness so the stocking is solid. The stocking is about 18″ tall.

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Free Pattern: Loom Knitting Christmas Stocking

Tutorials

There is no video for the stocking as it was deleted years ago. Here are beginner-level videos for loom knitting. eWrapping is done like the twisted knit stitch below. eWrapping is like forming the SMALL LETTER E  around a peg.

The cuff fold over is done the same way as the brim. The bottom section goes back onto the loom and knit so the fold is permanent.

Flat Panel concept is done for the heel area. You will be decreasing and increasing.

 

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