September 21, 2018

What Can YOU Make With Loops Yarn?

Thanks to Michaels for sponsoring this post, sharing their photos and encouraging us to craft.

Have been to your local Michaels store lately?  If so, you’ve seen an amazing new yarn, Loops by Loops and Threads. With stitches sewn into the yarn you can knit with no tools.  All you need are your hands.  Now you may be thinking that this is good starter project to introduce kids to yarn crafts, but it’s so much more.  I’ve been asked, “Kristen, what can you make with Loops yarn?”  I’m glad you asked!

What Can You Make With Loops Yarn Loops Scarf

The answer is you can make anything you can imagine!  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.

What Can You Make With Loops Yarn Loops Blanket

Blankets are a breeze!  One of my favorite things about the Loops yarn is how fast it knits up.  The colors slowly shift from light to dark and back again making your blanket look like a watercolor painting.  Joining a new ball of yarn is so easy that you don’t even need to slow down.  But more about that later…

What Can You Make With Loops Yarn Loops Cabled Wrap

Cables!  Yes, CABLES!  This yarn proves that just because something is easy doesn’t mean it has to be plain.  You can even work cables without tools.  Leave your cable needle in your bag because, again, all you need are your hands to create stunning cable designs.

Loops is available only at Michaels so head on over to grab your favorite color.  Well, if you can choose just one favorite out of all 12, that is.  Once you’ve got your yarn I’ve got a question for you…

What can YOU make with Loops yarn?

Scroll on for How to use video and then all the quick links to patterns (click the photos)!


What Can You Make With Loops Yarn Loops Pin Image

Learn How to Use Loops with my tutorial video made exclusively for Michaels.

I was asked by Michaels to create the video that teaches all the basic techniques you need to use Loops yarn.  I’m thrilled to share that video tutorial with you today.  I know that once you get started with Loops you’ll love it too.    What will you learn on the video?

• How to get started (cast on)
• Knit
• Purl
• Join a new ball of yarn and change colors
• Bind off
• Increase
• Decrease (left and right)
• Cables (left and right)

See the Patterns!

Waterfall Vest 4-7 balls Finished Measurements: Bust: 35" (40½", 46½", 52", 58"), Length: 18" (18½", 19½", 20", 20½"

Waterfall Vest

Waffled Scarf

Waffled Scarf

Cable Scarf 3 balls 9”x66”

Cable Scarf

Braided Hat 1 ball

Braided Hat

Braided Cowl 2 balls 36”x10”

Braided Cowl

Shifting Poncho 7 balls 21”x50”

Shifting Poncho

Seersucker Pullover 6-8 balls Sizes XS, S, M, L, XL Finished Measurements: Bust = 38¾" (44", 49½", 54½", 60") and Length = 23" (24", 26½", 27½", 28½")

Seersucker Pullover

Pyramid Cowl 2 balls Finished Measurements: Circumference = 26" and Length = 14".

Pyramid Cowl


Honeycomb Throw 10 balls 48”x48”

Honeycomb Throw

Ribbed Cocoon 5 balls Sizes: Small/Medium (Large/X-Large) Finished Measurements: Width = 40" (46)" and Length = 34" (36)"

Ribbed Cocoon

Shaker Throw 10 balls 48”x60”

Shaker Throw

Textured Throw 10 balls 48”x60”

Textured Throw

Chevron Shadows Throw 12-14 balls 60”x74”

Chevron Shadows Throw

Zig Zag Throw (Chevron) 10 balls (5 ea color) 42”x58”

Zig Zag Throw (Chevron)

Enjoy your Loops!

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Kristen Mangus
About Kristen Mangus
Kristen is a multi-talented entrepreneur with a heart as big as Texas. She is the Owner, Host and Creative Director of GoodKnit Kisses. GoodKnit Kisses is a company positioned to inspire, encourage and empower people through education and design. She’s built a large and loyal on-line community of followers by sharing her personal passion for knitting and all things creative through YouTube video tutorials, Facebook live broadcasts, blogs and patterns. Her vision is to leave an inspired crafting world for future generations that continues to teach and reach others. She and her husband, John, have three amazing kids.
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    I am also wanting to make baby booties with loop yarn. I was able to find a couple you tube tutorials, but they are very difficult to follow. They are in a different language. I’m so looking forward to seeing one in English!

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    Can you make baby booties with loop yarn? I have searched and cannot find a video or anything for baby booties.

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    Hi! If I wanted to make the Seersucker Pullover for a man, what would men’s size measurements be for that pattern?

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    My son and I have discovered the Loopz in Australia and have been having lots of fun making blankets and scarves. I would love to make a cardigan. Do you have any patterns for cardigans using finger knitting?
    Thank you again for your great videos!

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    I bought loopz yarn from lincraft in Australia. I’m making a small blanket. I noticed that the second ball is a much looser result than the first ball which was quite a tight stitch. This means the blanket has gotten larger (wider) with the second ball. I’ve just joined the third ball and now it’s tightening again. Do you know what is happening? I’m not doing anything differently between balls. Thanks

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    Is there a pattern using loop it yarn to make a hat using the knifty knitter?

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    I love your video however I have a hard time reading your lips I am hearing impaired. Could you send me written instructions. I got the basic but some of the other stitches i can’t tell. There is no book yet and I really want to make several things. Thank you so much I hope it is not to much trouble. Rennie

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    I found the loop yarns back in September and wild about them. I am glad your video shows techniques beyond the regular knit stitch. While that stitch is nice and easy, I have wanted to jazz up the rest of my Christmas projects. What a world of fun.

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