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Loom Knit Stuff Animals

Beautiful loom knit stuffed animals by an extremely talented loom knitter. Scarlett Royal is a stay at home mom which that alone makes her close to perfect. To top that off she is a great artist who is not the least bit camera-shy which is great for us YouTube addicts.  I am a visual learner and can’t always follow extremely detailed patterns. Being able to watch a step by step tutorial makes the project doable.

I love every one of this little guys. In the little time she has available she has blessed followers with some really awesome projects made on looms.

I will update this post when ever Scarlett adds more critters.

The patterns that she generously makes available for FREE are NOT found on this site. It wouldn’t be very nice on my part to post them here. It’s it the Unwritten Rule of online crafting. However, below is an orderly list in pictures of the loom knit stuffed animals with short descriptions and links. I have sorted them in a way that I think makes it easy to navigate for quick decision-making. All you need to do is click the link that is next to the picture and it will take you to her personal website; The Loom Muse  and the desired pattern. Take 2 minutes to watch the video for her Loom Knit Stuffed Animals DVD. Well worth the time and your money.

While you’re visiting Scarlett’s webpage, PLEASE be nice enough to leave her a thank you comment. These patterns and videos take an unimaginable amount of time and effort.  Hey, and tell her I said Hello.


List of Loom Knit Stuffed Animals

Note that Scarlett uses mostly the Kniffty Knitter so if I only give you a peg count take it for granted that it’s that loom. In the case where the pattern or video asks for a different knitting loom I will mention it by name.

I suggest that you print out the pattern. Take a quick look through all the instructions, watch the video from beginning to end and only after that do you start looking for the supplies. I will tell you that some of the projects can overwhelm someone who is not familiar with loom knitting. However, if you have made at least a basic hat you can manage most of these patterns. You may need the video more than the pro but I know the patterns along with the video make these projects doable.

All Image Credit: Scarlett Royal


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Links for the FREE Patterns and Videos:

For Her YOUTUBE Channel: Click HERE



The Large Bear

Just beautiful. Can You believe this is loom knit stuffed animals.

Video: Click Here

Loom Needed: 36 Peg

Pattern Link : Click HERE



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 The Fox

This one is my favorite. He is just incredibly beautiful.

Video: There is no per say video for this free pattern. There is a video below the post to help with the necessary techniques.

Loom Needed: 24 Peg

Pattern Link :Click HERE



Loom knit stuffed animalsThe Elephant

This is my other favorite 🙂 You know it’s hard to choose. I especially like this oh so adorable picture with the mom and baby.

Video:  Click HERE

Loom Needed: 24 Peg

Pattern and Video Link: Click HERE



Loom Knit Stuffed AnimalsThe Dragon

Who doesn’t want their own personal dragon?

Video:  104:48 minutes

Loom Needed: 24 Peg. Scarlett used the Martha Stewart,                   Any Brand is OK.

Pattern and Video Link:Click HERE



Loom Knit Stuffed AnimalsThe Turtle

Turtles are just plain cute. Make one that doesn’t need to be fed.

Video: None

Loom Needed: 24 Peg and the Flower Loom

Pattern Link :Click HERE



Loom knit stuffed animalsThe Pony / Horse

This is your own loom knit My Little Pony. Make it your favorite color.

Video: There is no per say video for this free pattern. There are a few videos below the post to help with the necessary techniques.

Loom Needed: 24 Peg and 12 Peg

Pattern Link :< Content being Moved >



Loom knit stuffed animalsThe Mini Dog

A cute little dog that you don’t have to walk. How great is that?

Video:  Click HERE

Loom Needed: 12 Peg.

Pattern and Video Link:< Content being Moved >



Loom Knit Stuff AnimalsThe Teddy Bear

I call him the comfort guy.  At least that is my first thought when I think about a Teddy Bear

Video:  Click HERE

Loom Needed: 24 Peg and 12 Peg

Pattern and Video Link: < Content being Moved >



Loom knit stuffed animalsThe Duck

This is not the baby’s rubber ducky. No, this is better because the guy is Soft.

Video:  Click HERE

Loom Needed: 24 Peg

Pattern and Video Link: < Content being Moved >



Loom Knit Stuffed AnimalsThe Bunny Rabbit

A bunny can’t help but be cute. I think it’s the ears

Video: Not Free – Included in the DVD (only $6)

Loom Needed: 24 Peg and 12 Peg

Pattern Link: < Content being Moved >




Stuffed Animals HorseThe House

Only Scarlett can even imagine pulling this on off. Did you ever think you would see a loom knit horse

Video: Click HERE

Loom Needed: 24 Peg and 12 Peg

Pattern Link: Click HERE


Try Your Hands at the Crocodile Stitch by Scarlett

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Loom Knit Stuffed Animals DVD

By the way – I don’t get any kick backs nor endorsement fees from Scarlett for promoting this DVD – I just do it for a good mom and because she IS a great loom knitter and teacher.

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A 50 pattern stuffed animal book that is collaborating all my older stuffed animal patterns from the past 4 years, and revamping those patterns to update them to better written formats. Don’t worry if you want, I will continue to have the original patterns available, but only in this book does the revamp of the pattern exist.
There are 17 completely new patterns in the book that have never been available before.
The wonderful part of this book is it has all the techniques if photo tutorial and written in one place, plus how to design your own animal series I did awhile back, and how to enlarge your animal patterns from past tutorials. It also has many suggestions on what gauge looms are good with what yarns are out there. What fillings you can consider and so much more. It is a complete book on stuffed animals. 200 pages worth of information.
I include at the end of the book a video index of all the older videos of the animals that had video with them originally, the revamps were not included in the video, but you have access to the link, so you can look at the videos as a guide.
I used the 24 peg 3/8” gauge CinDwood loom for the book and every pattern is written in 24 peg format, but I include the fact you can use any 24 peg loom to make any of these patterns. There are only 2 patterns not in 24 peg format, but giving you options on other ways you can take the pattern in the book, and make them larger easily.
Feel free to ask questions about the book and all, I am here to help.

Paperback published in August 2016 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform


Sours: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/50-loom-knitted-stuffed-animal-pattern-collection
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Loom-Knit Bird Toy


"Chirp! Chirp!" This stuffed toy — a bird — is made using a knit and weave loom kit. We used a soft, lustrous, silky yarn that is machine washable and ideal for baby clothes, lightweight sweaters, and handmade toys such as this one.

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About 5 inches (12.5 centimeters)


  1. Follow loom manual instructions for "Single Knitting" for how to cast on, knit, purl and bind off.
  2. For Body, Feet, Beak and Wings, the loom is configured into a rectangle for stability. All work will be done on one long side only.
  3. Loom can be configured into a variety of shapes to suit your preference. If desired, use additional loom pieces to configure loom into any shape, then knit back and forth in rows on just one side of loom.

Loom Configuration

Use the following pieces:
Two (2) 36-hole pieces
Two (2) U-shaped pieces

Connect the pieces as follows:
36-hole piece > U-shaped piece > 36-hole piece > U-shaped piece

Stitch Explanations

Knit 2 stitches together
(Note: The following explanation only applies when knitting 2 stitches together at the end of a row.) Move yarn loop from the last working peg to the next to last working peg above existing loop (2 loops on peg). Knit both loops together to decrease 1 stitch.


  • 2 skeins worsted weight yarn in 2 colors (Pictured: Martha Stewart Crafts TM/MC Lion Brand® Yarn Extra Soft Wool Blend [Art.# 5400]: #507 Winter Sky (A); #557 Lemon Chiffon (B)

  • 2 black safety eyes, 9 millimeters


  1. BODY (make 2)

    Insert 28 small pegs into center 28 holes on 36-hole piece (28 working pegs placed). Insert contrast color pegs into connecting holes to hold loom together.
    With A, cast on to all working pegs.
    Knit 21 rows.
    Next Row: Knit to last 2 stitches; knit 2 stitches together.
    Repeat last row until 16 stitches remain.
    Bind off.

  2. FEET (make 2)

    Insert 12 small pegs into center 12 holes on 36-hole piece (12 working pegs placed).
    With B, cast onto all working pegs.
    Knit 2 rows.
    Next Row: Knit to last 2 stitches; knit 2 stitches together.
    Repeat last row once more.
    Bind off as follows: Cut working yarn, leaving an 8-inch (20.5-centimeter) yarn tail. Thread tail into yarn needle provided with loom. Slide needle through yarn loop on peg from bottom to top of loop. Repeat along loom until all loops are threaded. Gently remove knitting from loom. Pull end of yarn to gather stitches, add a small amount of stuffing, then use remainder of tail to sew seam.

  3. BEAK (make 2)

    Insert 8 small pegs into center 8 holes of 36-hole piece – 8 working pegs placed. With B, cast onto all working pegs.
    Knit to last 2 stitches, knit 2 stitches together.
    Repeat last row once more.
    Bind off.

  4. WINGS (make 2)

    Insert 8 small pegs into center 8 holes of 36-hole piece (8 working pegs placed). With A, cast onto all working pegs.
    Purl 1 row.
    Knit 1 row.
    Repeat last 2 rows until 9 rows have been completed, ending with a purl row.
    Next Row: Knit to last 2 stitches; knit 2 stitches together.
    Repeat last row once more.
    Bind off.

    With bound-off edge at top, follow package instructions to attach safety eyes to front of one Body piece. Seam Body pieces together, stuffing as you go. Sew Feet to bottom of Body. Sew sides of Beak together, stuffing as you go. Sew Wings and Beak to Body. Thread yarn ends into yarn needle provided with loom and weave in ends.

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