What is a Modular Loom?
A modular loom also has the gauge adjustable feature as most of our looms but is a fixed number of pegs for knitting in the round. The great thing about the modular looms is that you can build a larger loom using the straight and corner brackets. Simply attach the modulars together into any number of pegs you need whether you are knitting a flat panel or knitting in the round. Want to knit a king size blanket in one panel? This is the loom for you. Take a look at our modular instruction manual here.
Please see our Parts & Tools page for corner and straight brackets. Modular sets come with corner brackets. Straight brackets are sold separately.
With this system you can start with a few parts and then add to them later.
The great thing about the modular looms is that you can attach them together to make a really large loom for making blankets or other projects. One of our customers has attached 4 60 peg and 4 30 peg pieces to make a total of 360 pegs! She is making a queen size blanket all in one panel!!! The Kiss modular looms are the only loom that can do this!!! Here's what Marilou has to say about her project -
"I'm so excited. I think I found my knitting niche. I LOVE working on this big project. I can't wait to finish so I can start another. It is just so satisfying to see the working cone dwindle down row by row. I never, ever would make a big blanket if I had to sew the parts together. I'm beyond thrilled to be able to make a QUEEN SIZE blanket in one piece. Cliff you are a genius!!!! "
This picture represents 25% done or 25" and 200 rows completed. The tables are 4' x 8'. Great job Marilou! We are proud of you!