What Are the Loom Knitting Ring Sizes?

What Are the Loom Knitting Ring Sizes?

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Loom Knitting Round Looms

Loom Knitting Round Looms

Usually, the loom knitting rings are sold as a kit. Up to 4 sizes are in one package but which one do you use?

I made the assumption that the smallest was for babies, the next size for kids, the next size adults and the largest size for things bigger.

  1. The smallest ring for projects like slipper socks, Christmas Stockings, Water bottle holders and preemie babies.
  2. The second size up is for about 6 months – 1 year babies or larger circumference projects you may have in mind.
  3. The third size is for adult hats.
  4. The fourth and largest size could be things like bags and more.
Adjustable Multi-Knit Loom by KB

Adjustable Multi-Knit Loom by KB. You can buy online if you cannot find one near you.

The room looms can be round or flat panel projects. There is no size in these packages for kids in the toddler or school-age sizes. I believe you can find out rings or adjustable looms such as the Adjustable Multi-Knit Loom by KB.

You will be able to find what the configurations have to be for adjusting for it. You can have a wide assortment of sizes. Instead of buying individual looms, you can have a completely adjustable loom for your projects.

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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, is the creator of The Crochet Crowd. From Nova Scotia, Canada. He is informal and teaches on YouTube to expand the global crocheters' knowledge of ideas and stitches.

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2 thoughts on “What Are the Loom Knitting Ring Sizes?”

  1. Nicole Noel says:

    I have noticed with patterns that it didn’t work with my loom. I have the Boye round loom set and it has 30 pegs on the medium round loom. The pattern had 31 which I found out that the Knifty Knitter loom set has 2 looms that has 1 extra peg on them, the medium and the extra large. Why the extra peg?

    1. Mikey says:

      I’m not really sure. Odd numbers would allow more design options so maybe that’s why. I really don’t know. For most crochet designs, we tend to work with odd numbers more so things can look and stay in balance. With an even number loom, you can only do thing in sets of an even number.

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