Loom Knit | Quick Lace Scarf (Lg Diamond Pattern)

Loom Knit | Quick Lace Scarf (Lg Diamond Pattern)


– [Kristen] Diamonds are
a girl’s best friend, and now you can drape
yourself in diamonds. And it will only cost
you one skein of yarn. This beautiful scarf is
embellished with a trellis of lace diamonds. The seed stitch border
grounds the lacy stocking net diamonds, giving you a
scarf that’s both cozy and delicate. Make it quickly, the
quick-lace scarf is made on the knitting loom
here on GoodKnit Kisses. Welcome to GoodKnit Kisses. We’re all about helping
you stitch your love and love your stitches. I loved making this Quick
Lace Scarf over the weekend. In fact my daughter has
already claimed it as her own. To get your free pattern
click on the link in the description below. And we’ve even got
a chart included and row by row instructions
we’ll go over today. So let’s grab our supplies here. You’re gonna need a
couple stitch markers and a row counter, plus
your other normal notions for loom knitting. The loom you’ll need
is a large gauge loom where the spacing
is 5/8 spacing. I have used here the 36-peg
KB Chunky Round loom. But you can also use
the small 24-peg loom and it will work just fine. We only need it 19 pegs. For the yarn I’m
using Chic Sheep, and this is from Red Heart. It’s 100% wool. It’s a medium four weight yarn. This yarn is a
little bit thinner than a regular four-weight yarn. So your scarf may become
a little bit wider, a little bit longer than mine. There is 186 yards in here. All this information
is in the pattern, so click on the
link to get that. All right, so you’ve
got your pattern, and first I want you to note
that in our note section we’ve got casting on
from left to right to ensure you’re able to
start the lace chart pattern correctly. What that boils down to
is I need you to make sure that your peg one
is on the right. So, once you’ve got the cast on, we’re gonna start
from right to left, just like our chart
does in our rows here. It also matches up what a
needle pattern would do. So if you jump to page
four, there’s a chart here, and although this is
the lace stitch chart we want everything
to line up correctly. So if you never
read a chart before, let’s start with that right now. Every time you see a
number on the side, that represents a row. And you can see all the
odd rows on this side and all the evens over here. That’s because we
start at row one and we work from this
direction where that number is all the way over. So that on here
it’s right to left. And then we go to row two,
we start working from left to right. So we just start
reading those symbols, which are down in the key, and then that knits up exactly
what’s written over here. So you can either work with
the written pattern here or you can work with the chart. Either one does the same thing. So we’re gonna
begin our cast on. I’m gonna do a chain cast on. You can use a long tail. If you need a crochet
hook you can do that. Let’s begin. For the chain cast on you’re
gonna want a crochet hook. This is a G-6, or
4.25 millimeter. It could be a little bit
bigger than this too, as long as it fits
between the pegs and it will fit on your yarn and you can pull that yarn
too, that’s perfectly fine. Start with a slipknot. And you’re gonna
place it on your hook, but leave it nice and open, because you’re gonna wanna
pull a stitch through here and it might slip and
close through a little bit. Go in between two pegs. And go around to the
direction you want to work. So if you’re working from
left to right like I am, you’re gonna do this. If you’re working the
opposite direction then you’re gonna
go this direction. So go around this way. Put our hook in
between the two pegs the direction we wanna go. And yarnover, so that’s
putting the yarn around it, and then pull through. And then we’re gonna pull
through our slipknot here on the back. Go all the way through. There we go. All right, we can tighten
it up if we need to. And then just continue
going around your loom, wrapping around those pegs
and pulling it through. And when you’re
done casting on 19, when you’re on the 19th one, just place it
right on your loom. Okay? So continue working along, and we’ll see you when
you’re ready at peg one. See you soon. All right, so we’ve
got 19 stitches. If you need that
video, a slower video, we’ve got some down
in the link below. So go to that. This is an easy plus pattern, and that assumes that
you are not a beginner, that you’ve already learned
how to knit and purl. So if you need slower
videos go click in the link in the description
below for that. And I’m gonna go
over this first row. We are going to do a
seed stitch border. And we are just U wrap knitting. So the first stitch I am going
all the way from the back to the front and knitting. And then we’re going to purl. Lift that loop up. And over. Okay, so knit one, U wrap. And then purl. And repeat that across
until the last stitch, which is knit. Pause your video and
I’ll meet you back. See you soon. All right, knitting
that last stitch. And now for row two. We’re going to
purl one, knit one. So what you just did
is knit one, purl one to the asterisk and repeat
it until the last stitch, and knit one. So now we’re going
to purl one, knit one all the way across, and
then purl at the end. So, when you are
starting an even row, you’re gonna start with purling,
going from left to right. When you start an odd row
you’re knitting from right to left. So you’re always going
to do the same every time you start odd and even rows
on this entire project. So I wanna point that out. So begin by purling one. And knitting one. And that makes your seed
stitch start appearing. Okay? So after you have worked
one complete row two, you’re going to complete
a row three as row one. So that’s an odd row,
the same [as row 1], starting as that knit. And then a row four
the same [as row 2]. And then a row five
the same [as row 1]. So when you get back
on this left side, pause your video and meet
me back up for row six, and we’ll talk about that. See you soon. We’re at the start of row six, and your yarn is on the left. You’re going to purl
one, knit one, purl one, just like we’ve been
doing with the left, starting with the purl. And then knit across to
the last three stitches, and then purl one,
knit one, purl one. So go ahead and do that. Just do the first three stitches and the last three stitches
in your seed stitch. And the middle is stockinette,
which is all knits in one row. Pause your video and
I’ll meet you back up, and we’ll start
our lace pattern. See you soon. Ready to work our lace with
the lace stitch pattern in this master pattern here. We’ve got rows one through 20. So that’s page two and three that cover it written. But there’s also
a chart on page 4, so the last page is
going to have a chart with symbols and everything, and I’m gonna show
you how to read that. And read the key down here. But first we’re gonna
set this up for success with placing stitch markers
on peg three and 17. And that’s gonna mark
the seed stitch border that goes on the left and right. So let’s do that now. So we’re gonna go over
to peg one two three, pick at peg three, and
place a marker there. And go all the way
down to peg 17. And that’s three in here. Lift that up, and
place that marker. Okay. So we are ready to go. The lace stitch pattern works
over rows one through 20. So page two and three
cover the written pattern. And then we repeat
that over and over to get the main
lace stitch design. But on page four you can
see that there’s a chart. And the chart is really
great because it visually shows you what is actually
happening on your knitting. So let’s look at the
chart and the sample here. You can see this big X shape, which actually is the
first part of your diamond and the second part
of your diamond. So when it repeats it has
this beautiful diamond shape here. You can see all these
little slashes here. These are left
leaning decreases. And then here, going
the opposite way, are right leaning decreases. All the circles are yarnovers. So we got some decreases, they go from two stitches
down to one stitch. And then the yarnovers
create a stitch. All of the blank spots
are a knit stitch. So, to look at this chart, you see a symbol,
come down to the key and see what it means. So the knit is a blank square. And then the little
dash is a purl stitch. So you’re gonna make knits
and purls along this border, and then this border here. And then the main field
here is knit stitches, and then we have all these
increases and decreases so that we continue to
make this ebb and flow and we get this sort
of trellis look design alongside these lacy yarnovers. All right, so there’s
one more on here that you haven’t seen before. It’s this little slash
with the three on it. And we’ll cover that later on, but that is actually
called the sk2p. So we will cover that. So a quick note about charts. If you’ve never worked
with one before, you always start at
the very bottom right. And this is row one. And row one stitch one
is right next to it. You’re always gonna
work from right to left, work that row all the way over. And when it’s a flat panel
working back and forth, you jump up to the next row, and then you move to the right. So you go left to right
and work that second row. Then it goes up to
three and so on, because your knitting
is growing as you go. If you want to get a
separate piece of paper to place it over and block
off the rest of those rows so that you don’t make
them, you can do that, and just reveal only the
row you’re working on. And once you’re
totally completely done and you’re ready to start
working the next one, then pick it up
and move it over. We’re gonna begin row
one, but before we do let’s look at the border
and those place markers that you made. You can see clearly on
the graphic chart here, you can see that the
first three stitches on all the rows is just
this big bulk right here of seed stitch. You go to the other side
and the last three stitches is seed stitch. If I cover this up you
can see it very clearly. Okay, so what we’ve done
is we placed a marker at peg three. And you can see that right here. This is the marker here. And over here, this
is the marker here. So you know that you’re
constantly gonna be working a seed stitch on the first
three and last three stitches, and it’s always going
to look the same. So the first three is
going to be knit purl knit, and the last three is the same. It does knit purl knit. And it’s the same as when
you did the original. When you’re working an even
row, it’s purl knit purl. So every time you come to
one of these stitch markers, you really know what to do. It’s in between
the stitch markers is the lace stitch portion. So let’s work the first
three stitches now. And then we don’t need to
really work those together when I do the rest
of this video. I can just say work
your seed stitch. Okay. So we’re going to
knit the first stitch. Purl the second. And knit the third. Okay. So now we’ve worked
our seed stitch, and we’re coming
to this next part. This is a knit one. Well, we can go
ahead and do that. However I recommend
going ahead and moving most of these stitches
over into the right place. This will get you set
up so that you can put your yarnovers in place. We’re not moving any stitches
beyond where the 19 are in this video. So every time you
have a decrease you’re going to have an
increase to cover that peg. There’s not gonna be any
empty pegs in this pattern. So let’s go onto the
first stitch here. It’s a knit, so we don’t
do anything with it. The next one is a yarnover,
meaning it’s going to be empty. The one after that is a left
leaning decrease, an ssk. So the way we do that is we
actually pick up the stitch on the right and move
it on top of the left. It’s a left leaning decrease. And actually a trick to remember
is left leaning decrease, the stitch on the left
gets to be underneath the stitch on the right. And that’s how we get it to
lean in the correct direction. We’re going to be
yarning over here, but let’s skip over
to the end of this, and we’re gonna move the
one for the right leaning decrease, which is the k2tog. So this right leaning
decrease here is this one. knit-two-together. K2tog. Oops. Let me show you this. So we’ve got our
stitch marker is. Now we’ve gotta knit, and then we have a
yarnover and the k2tog. So let’s move over here. This is the knit. This is the yarnover,
and this is the k2tog. Okay, so the right
leaning decrease, the left one goes on
top of the right one. So the right one’s underneath. To make it lean to the right. Okay? So two stitches on the right
peg for the right leaning, and that’s gonna be yarnover. So now our row is all set up, and we just need to
knit across and yarnover where we have a blank peg. So we’re going to knit
this first stitch. And we’re gonna yarnover here. You can either hold it
in the front of the work, or you can yarnover and
go all the way around. To get the gauge that I did, I did a yarnover
all the way around. But it will resemble a
needle one a little bit more if you put it just in front. It ends up twisting the
next stitch with it, together, and has a
little bit different look. They’re both beautiful. But for now I’m
going to yarnover with an E wrap or yarning
all the way around that. And then we knit
these up and over, so that’s lifting these two. It’s working the two
stitches together, but it is an ssk
or slip-slip-knit. And now we just knit across. One, two. Three. Four. Five. Six. Seven. Okay, and then
knit-two-together. And then we have a yarnover. And then knit one. And that completes
our lace pattern. And then we just
complete our seed border. So you’re going to knit. Purl. And knit. And then you’re
gonna work a row two. Row two and all
even rows are worked exactly the same way. So from here on,
I’m gonna show you obviously what we do. We’re just going to
purl, knit, purl. And then you’re
going to knit across. And when you reach
that placed marker, you’re going to purl,
knit, purl again. So I’m not going to film
anymore of the row two, but that’s how we handle it. So all even rows are going
to be worked this way. You have a border of purl. And then knit. And then purl. Okay. And then you’re
going to knit across. So there will be 13
stitches in between. All right, so finish up
all the way to the end. And then work your
first seed border. I’ll meet you back up for row
three of the lace pattern. See you in a moment. We’re now on row three, and we’ve already done
our seed stitch border. And you’ve got a knit, knit. And now we have the
yarnovers moving over. So it’s really only
moved over one stitch from where it was before. So you’re gonna set
up the same way. And if you want to do
something like this, if you want to put your
place marker up here and make a note and say,
oh, this is where my line is for my border, it
makes it easier. And then you know how to
set up your rows better, you can totally do that. I didn’t want to make
marks all over your chart for you to do that. But now you can clearly
see this is where we’ll be working. So we’re going to move
these stitches over. Let’s go ahead and mark
out the rest of these rows. And we’re going to
count off one two. And then we’re gonna
move that stitch over, just like we did
before, to make an ssk. So we’ve got one, two,
pick up the third stitch and move it over. And that’s set up. Go to the other side. Watch out. There we go. And then we have two
in from the marker. One, two, and then
the third one. One, two. Move the third one
on top of the fourth. Going from this direction. And we’ve got it all set up. So you’re gonna work that
row just as we did before. Gonna knit those
stitches that you see. Yarnover the empty one. And knit over all
stitches on the pegs that have two together. All right, complete that
row and work an even row. Pause your video. I’ll meet you back
up for row five. See you soon. Row five looks very
similar to row one. You’re going to knit
one after that marker. And then yarnover,
ssk, same thing. So knit one, yarnover, ssk, and then you’re gonna do
the yarnover ssk, again. So we’re gonna do
what we did before. We skipped the first one. Pick up the second, that’ll be yarnover,
move it to the third. Then pick up the next one
and move it over again. Then skip to the end. And it’s the same thing. It’s one away from
that placed marker. So skip that one. Pick up the second in that way. Which is actually
your fifth peg. And move it over this way. So, the fifth peg in
from the end goes onto the sixth peg from the end. And then repeat that again. So move that one
over to the right. So you’ve made two
right leaning decreases before you’ve actually
knit them over, you’ve already got them in
position for knit-two-together. And so these are ssk
left leaning decreases, slip-slip-knit. Go ahead and work that row. Make sure yarning over
to fill that empty peg. So we got a yarnover. knit-two-together. Actually this is slip-slip-knit. And then a yarnover. And then working
these two together, which is the slip-slip-knit. And then knitting the next ones. That’s one. Two. Three, you can check
your written pattern, but you can also check here. We’ve got one, two,
three in between. And I continue. All right, so
continue working that. And work the seed stitch,
work your even row. Come back and I will
meet you for row seven. See you soon. So row seven is very
similar to row three. You’re skipping
the first two pegs and then moving for a
yarnover to the left to make that ssk. And then you repeat it. There’s one knit
stitch in between. And then we follow it up
with two of the knit two together, yarnovers. So knit-two-together, yarnover, knit-two-together, yarnover, and then the rest
of them are knit. So go ahead and move
the third one in. One, two, three. That’s the yarnover,
move it over. And then just repeat
on the next one. Move it. So you’re
slip-slip-knitting here. You’re going to
leave this one knit. And then the next one is
actually going to have two stitches on it, because that’s a
right leaning decrease maneuver to the right. So you’re gonna grab
the one to the left and move it on to the right. And place it. And then do that again. So skip the next one. Move over to the one to the
left of that, pick it up, and move it on to the right. So to check that
you can also go, okay, I went and skipped
one, two after that marker, and I have my yarnover one. Looking at my chart you can see I skipped one, two and
then we have our yarnovers. So we did those correctly. And then this
stitch in the middle of the lace pattern should
only have one stitch on it. So this peg has one stitch, and the ones to the
left and right have two, because here’s your
left leaning decrease and here’s your right
leaning decrease. After this row everything’s
gonna move outward, and we’ll see that in a moment. So go ahead and work that
row now that you’ve got it all set up. And I think you know how
to work these stitches. Pause your video and
I will meet you back for row nine, which is
the one where we cover a new stitch you may
have not done before. Pause your video and
I will see you soon. Row nine has six
yarnovers on it. If you ignore these these
stitches in the middle you can see that row
nine was very similar, or exactly the
same, to row five. You can go ahead
and set that up now and ignore these three stitches, and we’ll talk about those
when we knit up to them. So let’s go ahead
and move these over. So we’re gonna ignore
this first stitch here. And move this next
one, it’s a yarnover, over to the left
for slip-slip-knit. The next stitch
pick up, move over. slip-slip-knit. Let’s skip these
three stitches here. We’re gonna move
the yarnover inward toward this one. And the next one,
move this one inward. For that knit-two-together. So we’ve skipped one on the end. Got the yarnover. We’ve got a knit-two-together. Yarnover. knit-two-together. And we’ve got these
three in the middle. Go ahead and work right up to
where this three starts here, and then we’ll go over
what that stitch is. Pause your video as you need. So I’ve got a knit
one, yarnover, slip-slip-knit. Yarnover. slip-slip-knit. All right, so we wanna
work these three stitches. This is the sk2p. It falls right
here on our chart. Okay, you see that it
has the little 3 on it. It could have a different
symbol on a knitting chart. Right here, sk2p. So we’re actually going
to slip this first stitch, and then we’re gonna knit
these two stitches together. Now, it’s very tight
after you’ve moved all these other ones, and
because it’s so much further in the row, to be able
to pick this stitch up and move it over. So if yours is
too tight to move, mine I can struggle and do it, but I don’t wanna break my yarn and I don’t wanna break a peg. So I’ve got a little
trick for you. If you notice where I have a
knit-two-together over here, I’ve already got
the stitches moved. If I knit this stitch over, just for this moment
we’re gonna pretend and ignore that we can
go straight over here. If I knit this over, you
can see this first loop on the peg goes up and
over my new loop first. Right, and it’s on top. And then this loop goes
up and over as well. So if I knit them over
separately this one’s first and the other one’s second. So we can do the
same thing over here. This is a trick that
you can do any time that you even need
a knit-two-together and your stitches are too tight, you can just go straight
up to that stitch that you need to move. This is the third one over here, because I’m working these two. I can just go ahead and
skip behind the pegs and knit this one over. Okay, now I have some
extra yarn slack. I’m gonna move it
over on top of the peg where I wanted to
knit them together. And now I can just lift up
and over that bottom loop. See that? And so I’ve got my
knit-two-together here. Now I’ve got my peg skipped
that needs a yarnover. Which is actually
this stitch here. But I need a yarnover here and I need to pass
that slip stitch over. So what I do is a pick
up this knit-two-together and place it on top of the
peg that has the slip stitch. And we’re just going
to pass it over. Lift up and over. So we’re not using any
extra yarn to do it. We’re just using the
same yarn we had before. So now I pick this stitch up, and we wanna put
it back on the peg that it’s supposed to be on. I’m gonna pull that. And now let’s look in the back. I have this really
long strand here. This yarn I actually need to use and put onto this peg here. It’s going to be my yarnover. So I’ll pull it forward, between these two pegs. And then twist it. Okay, and that’s giving
my wrapped yarnover. If I’m working a yarnover
that’s just holding right in front of the peg,
then I can just place it right in front of the peg. I happen to be yarning over
with an E wrap yarnover. So I’m gonna do that here. And you’ve got this slack. You can just pull on it
if you need to make this a little bit more generous. Because you don’t
want it super tight. All right, so I’m gonna
go ahead and make that same tightness as
the other ones. And now I can yarnover. So I’ve completed the
center of that pattern. So we have a yarnover, sk2p. And then the yarnover again. Go ahead and finish
out your row. And work another even row. Pause your video. I will meet you
back up at row 11. See you soon. Row 11 is fun because
your next diamond is gonna start working. We’ve completed
one with this sk2p. And now we’re gonna
start flip flopping whereas we had left
leaning decreases over on this side. Now they’re gonna be over
on the left over here. The right leaning
increases were on the left, and now they’re going
over to the right. An easy way to actually
start working these I think is to put a stitch
marker right in the middle. So like before I
was counting from how many over from where
this placed marker was. And this one actually
to me is easier to go ahead and
count the middle. And that works really well because there are 13 stitches
in between those markers. So if you wanna
count in and put in an extra stitch marker,
you can do that here. So I’m gonna go right
in to the middle stitch. And pick it up. And put a marker in. And now when I see that, I can come over
here and kinda cheat on my little pattern here, without actually
reading the pattern, I can know I’m gonna skip these and the ones to
the left and right are gonna be picked
up and moved on top of the next stitch. So this one here
is going to become a right leaning decrease, and this one here will be
a left leaning decrease. So let’s move those now. I’m gonna pick the stitch
up to the left and right of here. So these become blank. Nothing is on them. Okay? And if you wanna count over
from these stitch markers, we’ve got one, two,
three, four, five, six. So you got to six in, pick
it up and move it over to the fifth. And then go over
to the other side. One, two, three,
four, five, six. Take the sixth in and move
it inward to the fifth in that direction. So you can see my stitch
marker is gonna hang right here, and
this is easy peasy. Go ahead and work this row. And pause your video. I’ll meet you back
up for row 13. See you soon. Row 13 is similar to 11. We’re just moving it outward. So you got three
center stitches, and then you move
the stitches outward. So move over to the
center stitch here. And again you can count
them from the other side. So I’m gonna go over here
and pick this one up. So it’s two over
from the middle. Gonna move it to the right. And in this one, gonna go
over two from the middle. And move to the left. And so I have these
middle center stitches. Just as they were. With a yarnover
that’s going to appear on these empty pegs. And then we have our
decrease stitches. So now that you’ve
got that set up, go ahead and work that row. And we will meet you
back up at row 15. See you soon. Row 15 is very much like row 11. You can see how the
yarnovers line up, and then the first set
of decreases line up. Except you have an
extra set of them. So just as we had done before
on rows five and seven, how they were similar
to one and three, it’s the same thing up here. They’re just opposite
because of the decreases on the other side. Here again you’ve got the
stitch marker in the middle that you can ignore,
and you can start moving them outward. So let’s just do that now. Let’s move these
stitches outward. Like that. And then you’re gonna
add a second one. So go to the next one. And move it over. And this one. Move it over. And now you’re set up. All right, pause your video and I will meet you back
for number 17, row 17. See you soon. Row 17, very similar to 15. Of course we’re going and
leaving three in the middle. So the same moving around. Just leave three. So we’re gonna move this one. Over. And do it twice. Then go over to the left
of the stitch marker. Skip these two. Skip the middle one
and the left one and then pick up
the third one over. Move to the left. And repeat that. Okay. So you’ve got the middle
three that are untouched. And we’re just
gonna work that row. So the last row we
need to work together is row 19, and then I’m
gonna give you instructions for the remaining
part of the scarf. And there will be more
information in the end. So continue knitting your row. And pause your video. I’ll meet you back up at row 19. See you soon. All right, row 19 is
a little different. You can see that this
knit stitch isn’t exactly the middle, how all the
other ones have been. It’s actually a
yarnover in the middle, and it makes sense if you
count how many yarnovers there are. There are actually five. And it makes this one line
up right in the middle. So if you’re doing
some of the move overs like we’ve been doing before, go to that middle center stitch where we’ve got the marker,
and then just go over one and you know that’s
a knit stitch and these other ones are
gonna start moving over. So it might be easier
for you to just start moving them over
looking at counting over from these markers over here. However you do it. Let’s go ahead and
move them together and make sure your
row is set up right. So I’m gonna go over here
and work progressively from right to left. So this one’s actually
gonna get knit. I’m gonna go ahead and
just knit that stitch. Now I know that these
two stitches are gonna get worked. I’m gonna pick this
left one up and over. And go to the right because
it’s a right leaning decrease. Then I’m gonna make another one. Okay. And then this is going
to be that knit stitch. Remember it’s one over
from that center stitch. This one’s gonna be a yarnover, and this makes it easier
because I can just pick it up and move it to the left. And it is a little tighter here. Okay. And if you want to, you
can go all the way over and move those first. This one is gonna get
moved over to the left. Then this one is
gonna get moved over. So I’m gonna go ahead
and do that now. Pick this one up
and move it over. It’s got a little
more give over here. Then I’m gonna
move this one over. And actually it’s not going
to work as well for me. So I’m going to go
ahead and work the row and get up to this point,
and then I’ll move it. Let’s go ahead and
work this row together. And knit these next
two stitches together. And yarnover. And then knit
these two together. Yarnover. Knit one. Yarnover. slip-slip-knit. That’s the s2k. Sorry, ssk. And then we have
another yarnover, ssk. So we need to pick
up this stitch here, which now has a little
bit more give to it. Pick it up and move
it to the left. Then we’re gonna yarnover. And then ssk. Oh, gonna drop my, and I’ve dropped mine. So hold on… Let’s lay these back down. Here we go. Yarnover. And ssk. Gonna have another yarnover. Ssk. And then one knit stitch. And let’s just go ahead
and complete this row. Knit. Purl. Knit. Don’t forget, you
have your 20th row. So you need to finish
this last row here. Okay. You gotta finish that
row before you move on to the next one. So you’re just going to
take this stitch chart, this pattern that
we’ve been using, and keep repeating it. Let’s move over to the
written instructions here. So move on to page
three in our pattern, which says, repeat rows one
through 20, 14 times more. So you’re gonna have
15 of those repeats. And then you’ll be
ready for completing to the seed stitch border. We will have more
instructions at this point. And it’s not just as easy as
just saying the seed stitch. I actually have some
other tips for you. So, go ahead and
get to that point. Pause your video and
I will meet you there. Let’s look at the
stitch before we go, if you wanna see it, this
is what it looks like. All right, are you excited? Okay, keep going,
you can do this. It’s gonna look beautiful. See you soon. After you’ve knit up
all of your repeats, you should have
the 14 times more, so a total of 15 repeats. You’re going to be working
a seed stitch border. Now you want that border
to be set off nicely, so be sure and make one
more of the even rows. So if you have ended up
your yarn on the left here, you’ve actually just
finished up a row 19, and you’re gonna wanna work
all the way back to the right. And then you’re gonna
work four more rows of seed stitch. So row one and two
and repeat that. Then you’re gonna bind
off and weave in the ends. I have videos on binding
off and weaving in the ends down in the link below. I also have a video for
wet blocking your lace. So you’re gonna go click
down there and get that, or you can get that on our blog. Your lace work is
probably going to be bent and folded over like this. It’s a natural thing when
you’re making the lace, whether it’s on needles
or it’s on the loom. And it needs that lace
work to be opened up. So I’ve got a video
on how to do that. And then you just
block and it just opens that stitch work up. Then when it’s dry it
lays out nice and flat and fantastic. But that is normal for lace. You’ve done nothing wrong if
it’s all curling up on you. So I want you to
know that first off. So pause your video,
meet me back up and I’ll show you what
this looks like complete. See you soon. Well, here’s the end
of our scarf here. And you can see how
the row 19 that had all those yarnovers
is set off nicely by adding in that row 20. And it gets that seed
stitch border looking well. Here’s our final result. And be sure and stay
tuned for next week. We have got a treat for you. It is learning how to
convert from a needle pattern into a loom pattern. We’ll be looking at charts
and all kinds of things. And in fact that’s how
I’m able to bring this to you today by converting
and then making some changes to make it my own. So be sure and subscribe,
click in that link, and hit the bell icon so
you know when we go live with that video. I would love to find
out what you love most about this pattern. So if you would comment
below and let us know, and what kind of things
would you like to see here on GoodKnit Kisses. Thanks for joining us today, where we help you
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26 thoughts on “Loom Knit | Quick Lace Scarf (Lg Diamond Pattern)

  1. For more loom options and yarn click link to see the live broadcast replay on Facebook today https://www.facebook.com/GoodKnitKissesYOUTUBE/videos/1231458577016556?sfns=vmo

  2. Is there a needle version? I'd love to knit this scarf for my daughter! But I don't have a loom so that's why I'm asking. Happy knitting everyone! 🇨🇦

  3. This is a great video. You explained this so well. And now I finally feel I can read a pattern from a graph! Thank you so much 🙂

  4. Beautiful stitch will def. try making it☺️ Thank you for your videos they are great and very detailed. I am in love with the daisy stitch but haven't found a tutorial on the loom any chance you may instruct and make a video? Thanks 👍🏼😉

  5. I have a question about one of you other videos I commented but never received a reply I'm making ear flaps and I'm doing it on a 36 peg loom and I'm confused about it all really i know if i ÷ by 3 it gives me 12 and you said to round up the ÷ by 3 again for remaining pegs but i have more pegs for front of the head then back are the supposed to be even please help me

  6. Started today, so far so good. The hardest part for me is the SK2P, so I'll have your video on repeat each time I get to that part.

  7. Could you show us how to do a PSSO on a loom? I know you will be able to explain it for us! This is the pattern I am trying to convert to a loom:

    Row 1 K2, K1f&b, k5, sl1 (knitwise), k2tog, psso, k5, k1f&b (repeat from * to * to the last 2 sts) K2

    Row 2 Knit

    Repeat Row 1 and 2 until you reach the length that you want.

    BO after row 1

    This is to make a ripple (wavy) afghan.

  8. Lion Brand Scarfie yarn works really well for this. It is a little looser than yours but I have been doing ewrap all the way through.

  9. Thank you for such a clear easy to follow video. I am new to Loom Knitting and looking forward to trying this pattern as I am sure that I can succeed as you have demonstrated the pattern so well. Kindest regards

  10. HELP!!! I am left -handed and am trying to loom the right -left way but am always seem to be doing things the wrong way….. Any suggestions

  11. Love having the chart! I'm newish to looming but I used to do a lot of plastic canvas work and I designed a lot of my own stuff so reading a chart is so much easier!

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