Knitting Loom Grinchy Stocking

IMG_8229I made my first ever loom-knitted stocking. I made it for my 14 year old grandson for Christmas. (He liked it and also liked the goodies stuffed inside. 😉 )
I used a round red Knifty-Knitter loom.

Unfortunately, the website where the basic stocking pattern was posted has disappeared, so I had to delete the link.

I’d never attempted a sock type pattern on a knitting loom before. The heel part always seemed so intimidating. The  pattern’s instructions were simple enough that I was able to do okay with the heel. (I may even try to loom-knit an actual pair of socks or house shoes someday)

The colors I chose for the stocking were so Grinchy that I couldn’t help but try to add his face to the stocking. Unfortunately, it didn’t turn out as well as I hoped, but it serves the purpose.

It was fun making the stocking for my Grandson.
I’m not very skilled at looming, but I do enjoy it.

I hope you all have a nifty week.



10 thoughts on “Knitting Loom Grinchy Stocking

    • Thank you YC
      Knitting looms were a welcomed new craft for me to learn. I hope you try the looms, once you get the hang of if, it’s quite fun and relaxing.
      Happy New Year to you too! 🙂


    • Thanks Charlotte
      I’m glad you like my Grinch. He’s one of my favorite Christmas movies too.
      I hope you’re well and keeping warm during this cold snap.
      Have a pleasant rest of the week.


    • Hey Newsferret
      Welcome to my blog.
      Yep, there’s many layers of knitting knowledge and I’m barely on the chart, So you’re not too far away from me on it. lol
      Thanks for visiting and leaving me a happy comment.
      I hope you’ll visit again sometime.


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