Loom Knitting Tiny Dolls Toys (Round Loom) Loomahat | Telar | Tricotin | نول

Hey, guys. It’s Denise from Loomahat.com and welcome back to another project. This is one of my favorites, its the super cute tiny dolls. Let’s cast on. Secure your yarn however works best for you and then, we’re going to wrap every other peg. Stop at peg 12. Turn the yarn in the other direction and and the loops that are on the pegs, push them down to make room for the working yarn which
you are going to loosely place over the remaining 11 pegs Knit off only the pegs with two loops. You finished your first cast on. Now, let’s continue. You’re going to need 15 rows of the U-wrap knit stitch. After you’re done knitting the 15 rows, cut the yarn. Even though I should have done this like way back after two or three rows, remember to remove the yarn from the anchor peg. Now, you’ll repeat the whole process on the other side. Now, heads up, this is very important. When you reach row 15, you will not knit peg 12 and you will not cut the working yarn. Now, you want to connect the first one that you knit with the one you just finished. Bring the cut yarn over to that last peg and knit off. Now, take that end and you’re going to make a knot with the two sides. Heads up, this is very important. You will no longer be knitting flat. You’re now knitting in the round so no back-and-forth, just around the loom. Now, it’s time to make his little head, so you’re going to change the color of your yarn and you’re going to need to knit 20 rows. Cut the working yarn. Place one strand of the working yarn over the other one and then twist. Bring it as close to the peg as you can and make a knot. Very simple knot will do and then, just to make sure it’s secure, you can make a second knot. Now, you’re ready to start knitting the next 20 rows and remember that you’re using the Uwrap version of the knit stitch.
After you’re finished with the 20 rows of knitting, we’re going to go straight into my version of the flat drawstring cast-off. Wrap the working yarn around the whole loom. Cut your yarn. Feed the working yarn through every other loop. Now, feed the working yarn through the loop on peg one again. Remove only those loops. Get another strand of your working yarn and you’re going to wrap it around the loom. Cut the excess yarn. Feed the working yarn through the remaining loops. Remove those loops off the pegs. Pull the strings a little at a time. Turn the fabric inside out. Now, you’re going to finish pulling the strings and this doesn’t have to be done on the reverse side. You can always turn your work around and you can do this on the front side of the fabric and tie the knot, and you’ll see that if you’re going to put a pom-pom, this will actually work well to do it on the right side, and there you have it, a nice, neat flat top for your head and for your hats. At this point, you want to go ahead and stretch the stitches and we’re going to get ready to pull those strings. This is your cast-on strings and you’re going to pull them in order to close up those edges and form the little feet. Let’s get ready to stuff. Grab the yarn on one side of your project and thread a needle. You’re going to then sew that section from the bottom up. Let’s make a separation between the body and the head and we do that with a strand of working yarn that we tie really, really tight. Make a knot, and in fact, you can do this a few times to make it look its best. Just like with the head, we’re going to tie some knots in the leg area to make a separation and give you that impression of little feet that are separate from the legs. For the arms, you’re going to drawstring cast-on 10 pegs and knit 11 rows. Once you’re done knitting your 11 rows, you’re going to take the loop off of peg one and place it on peg two and knit off. Remove the loop from peg 10 and place it on peg nine, and knit off. With your working yarn, measure out the length of eight pegs and cut it. Feed the yarn through every loop. Remove the loops. Stretch the stitches and then pull on that cast-on string and it will form your arms. Thread the needle with your working yarn and then sew the arm right below the head, which would be like the shoulder section. I don’t want my arms to flap around a lot, so I will sew them down so that they stay flat against the body, but you don’t need to do that. Turn the arm around and we’re going now to sew the inside. You can do this before you attach the arm. I just find it easier to do once I have the arm situated and I know it’s not going to move anywhere. Like the head and the feet, we’re going to create some separation here between the arm and the doll’s hand. Repeat the process for the other arm. Let’s add the eyes and the nose and you’re going to need some embroidery floss for the eyes and matching yarn for the nose. To make the eyes, I basically
take the embroidery floss and I wrap a stitch three or four times. When I’m done with the eyes, I take the needle and I push it to the other side, and if you pull on the floss a little bit before you cut it, it’ll just kind of like snap back and you won’t see it. Using yarn that matches the face, you’re going to make the nose in the same way that you made the eyes. You’re going to wrap a stitch a few times. This time, you’re going to use two of them, two stitches, and you’re going to wrap those two stitches, again, three or four times depending on how much definition you want for the nose. All right. Let’s make the hat. Drawstring cast-on all your pegs and then we’re going to knit 20 rows. All right. By now, you guys are experts on the drawstring cast-on. When you finish the cast-on, you’re going to knit 20 rows. Well, it’s time for the flat drawstring cast-on again. All right. We’re going to put blush on the little doll and we do this with just any regular blush and an applicator. You’re going to put a little bit on each side and believe it or not, it’s not going to come off, so a little dab will do. That’s it we’re done.

100 thoughts on “Loom Knitting Tiny Dolls Toys (Round Loom) Loomahat | Telar | Tricotin | نول

  • How in the world did I miss this up until now??? These are absolutely adorable! So are the kitties. The biggest problem I have is which one should I try first? I wish I had four hands, maybe eight since I'm currently working on two blankets. The toys will be a good break for me to do and to finish. The blankets won't be completed for another, oh, I'd say, 90 years from now. Anyway, I'll get right on the toys – there are going to be a lot of smiling shelter and hospital kiddos getting these adorable toys. Thanks a million for posting.

  • Please tell me how you ended up back to peg 24 when you are done with the chest. I started at 12 and ended at 13 after the 12th round.

  • Thank you! I knit and crochet and never imagined I’d want to use a circular loom. The darling picture of the doll and great video instructions prompted to get a loom and try it. This is so fun! Can’t wait to show my granddaughters.

  • Here I go, Denise, the first rows of 15, got it but in the video it shows on the other side to knit 12 rows, then slashes a page to do 15 on the second. Am I the only one confused by this, probably. So is it 15 rows each side, not 12 rows on the other? Sorry, for this.

  • I was in the middle of making a baby blanket, but now I have to take a break to make one of these. Thank you for the tutorial.

  • Love these but i do exactly what it says but the legs i make are nothing csn someone pls tell me where im going wrong

  • Very cute design! Thanks for sharing!♡♡♡ I would like to suggest that the free ends of yarn not just be cut off but also be threaded onto a needle and hidden back into the body for a more secure finish (just like finishing yarn ends in knitting a regular garment )..

  • Thank you!!! I need something cute and easy to do for the craft fair my church has to raise money for missions. I’ve had a loom for a while but not gotten into it because I thought it would be to hard to do. But your video makes it look so easy. Thank you again!!!

  • I’m a knitter and have never seen the knitting loom until now… or I should say I’ve never seen one used bc I have seen looms at Hobby Lobby. The doll is darling and you gave a great tutorial. Thank you so much.✝️🙏🏼❤️👏🏼

  • Not gonna stuff the arms?
    I'm currently working on mine and worried about how they are gonna look like : (

  • I’ve been loom knitting on and off for about 2 years☺️ I started back in December of 2015 when I was 8 months pregnant. I haven’t made much, but I tried this doll for my son. I have lots of looms but left them at my other house, anyway, I HAD to make the doll right away😂 so I tried it on my 36 peg loom (not sure which brand, just bought it from Walmart?) and my doll is adorable❤️ he has a green body suit and black boots. I made it to be like a muñeco quitapena for my little boy. I was able to finish it after working hard for a few hours.

  • Hey Denise! Love your patterns and videos! I'm a new loomer and am obsessed!
    I have almost finished a Tiny Doll using a 30 peg loom! I added 5 additional rows to each process. Have picture for you of what I've got done so far.

  • Thanx. This tutorial and all your other ones are super easy to follow other than a lot of others on YouTube.

  • So Sooo cute and so clever : ) Thank you for the tutorial it was quite amazing and the finished product so gorgeous : ) Clever you.

  • Hi, thanks for sharing this pattern! I love it.

    I want to try it but the loom that I have is a Loops and threads, is it the same dimension as the one you are using?

  • I've used this pattern more than once I love it. I used it to make a Harley Quinn and a The Joker. I can't wait and try the cupcake dolls

  • Hello, Denise. Hope all is well with you. I am wanting to make a doll as though she/he is barefoot and bare handed in the color yarn to match her/his face. I think I could do 5 or 6 rows for feet and 5 or 6 rows for hands. For the legs on the pants and for the top part of the pants … in other words from waist down to the top of the feet … how many rows do you think for the legs and how many rows for the top part of pants. I think 12 rows for shirt or blouse will work … but when I do the leg part and the top of the pants part, it just looks odd … just not right. The head part is fine. I hope this makes sense. I have done several exactly like this video but using the same color yarn makes a difference. As always, thank you kindly for your expertise and what you do for us in the loom knitting world.

  • I love the knitted handle you did on your hook! Do you have a video of how to do that? Did you just use the jumbo knitting spool and placed the hook inside? Thanks in advance!

  • Oh my goodness! For years I've wanted to knit but have gotten so frustrated so I stick to crochet. This looks like something I can do!
    So cute.

  • I have been learning from you on how to do the loom knitting projects. I am trying to make the tiny bear for the first time

  • Denis, I noticed that on your doll the colour you used for the legs goes up to the head but I went by your video and it does not what could I have done wrong

  • i love your little ones. i am currently making a bunch of them to be taken to the Dominican Republic and distributed to a children's orphanage. My daughter will be going there next year to teach at an orphanage for a week. thanks for this pattern. i am in love with loom knitting!

  • Denise, I was wondering if I am missing a step I do the 12 pegs on both sides but it does not look like what you have before you add the other yarn.

  • Denise, I know you show using one strain of yarn but I could you use two strains of yarn too make the tiny doll of tiny bear?

  • Denise, I follow your videos… I made and mailed off a ballerina doll for a classmate's little 6-year-old Great granddaughter, she has leukemia!

  • Denise, I watch your videos but I get confused with the tiny doll. I follow it but my doll comes out different than yours. I do the legs and then I add the part for the head, but yours show your fabric that you use for the legs meets up with the head but mine don't am I missing something?

  • TQ so much for your video tutorials. I had started looming a hat, then 2 slouchy.

    The hat and slouchy are done at the right time for me to wear during my joliday trip last week. Got addicted and started a cutie ball and tonight i just finished a chickie. Tomorrow i will add the eyes and beak.

  • Denise, I want to give you a pat on the back for allowing close caption on all your videos I am hearing impaired so I can learn from your videos

  • Just found your channel…love your work…I have looms but have never used them, I am a traditional knitter, but now I am going to dig out my looms and make some things….

  • Hi, thank you for the video, I made 2 about a year and a half ago. I'm wondering if you have a tutorial on different hats, I noticed one the had a knit bow on top and others, also to you have a tutorial on the dresses as well?

  • Well I watched it but it never showed the making of the dress. Maybe there's a different link I should go to, can you help? Hats and clothes tutorial?

  • I purchased my loom two years back and followed your cap video….. since then I have made 100 ….. you have explained everything so easily….. now trying my first doll and I am super excited….. thanks 🙏🏿 a ton

  • Gorgeous your work.Too bad the video has no subtitles in portuguese.I did not find here in Brazil, works so beautiful and so well explained.My luck is that I can keep up even though I do not understand the language.

  • Thank you for this! This was my very first project besides hats and afghans on a knitting loom – and I couldn't be happier! You made it very easy to follow along, everything was clearly explained and demonstrated and it went without a hitch! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  • Yo traté haciendo eso pero el hilo se queda muy apretado. Yo estoy usando red heart super saver 100% acrylic 236 yds

  • @Loomahat
    Can this pattern be done on a 36 peg loom to make a bigger doll? Wanting to make one for a friend who lives in a nursing home who just got her sight back recently.

  • I didn’t have any polyfil so I used scrap yarn that was too small to really use for anything else. I’ve learned to be creative when it comes to stuffing.

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