Fun, fast and easy, Loop-It is a new kind of yarn that requires no hooks or needles! ust use your fingers to pull the loops through one another and watch the fabric appear. Perfect for kids, teens, adults or anyone who has always wanted to knit or crochet, this yarn is a great first step.
What is loop yarn?
Loop yarn is typically a super bulky yarn of a type you could buy in straight form for knitting or crochet. The yarn is processed so that it is sewn together to form loops, and if you look closely you can see the little strand of thread running at the bottom of each loop.
What can you make with loop It yarn?
Yes, you can knit a simple scarf, but any stitch pattern with knits and purls is an option. Ribbed, garter, seed stitch, basket weave and more are all going to look beautiful with Loops. Plus the acrylic/nylon blend of the yarn makes it a soft option that drapes like a dream. Blankets are a breeze!
How much yarn do I need for a loop blanket?
To make a loop yarn blanket, all you’ll need is:
loop yarn – 7 skeins (18yds each) to make a 50×60 inch throw.
Which loop yarn is the best?
What Should you Look out for when Choosing the Best Loop Yarn for your Needs?
- 1) Alize Puffy Fine Baby Blanket Small Loop Yarn.
- 2) Alize Puffy More Loop Yarn.
- 3) JubileeYarn Fun Finger Loops Yarn.
- 4) Lion Brand Yarn 518-210 Off The Hook Faux Fur Yarn.
- 5) Lion Brand Yarn Off the Hook Magic Yarn, Peace Sign.
Is loop yarn easy?
With loop yarn, you can learn the mechanics of knitting without the needles—and still produce some impressive (and functional) projects. … It’s a great introduction to knitting for beginners, hobbyists, or even kids. Plus, because of its fleecy texture, loop yarn doesn’t slip easily.
How long does it take to make a loop blanket?
It takes three balls of yarn, and probably took about 4 hours to make (I made it over a weekend while watching TV). My next project was this plaid blanket. You can find the pattern for the blanket here.