Our Pattern Designers
Meet all of Our Amazing Designers
Joanna Brandt Wooline
Joanna loves making loom knit patterns for both the beginner and advanced loomer. She also loves teaching others to loom knit through her YouTube channel and local classes. She lives in beautiful Wisconsin with her son, stepdaughter, husband, 2 dogs and a cat.
Denise has been helping teach people to loom knit for years with her very popular website and YouTube channel Loomahat.com She is passionate about teaching others to make wonderful projects.
Amanda started loom knitting in 2006 and began her loom knitting YouTube Channel, Hypnotic Hysteria in 2011. Her diverse looming patterns are featured in YarnBox. She is dedicated to showcasing the variety and uniqueness of loom knitting
Scarlett creates intricate patterns using all of our looms. She has written many ebook collections including “Any Hat, Any Loom, Anywhere” and “50 Loom Knit Stuffed Animals.” Her beautiful children’s patterns are breathtaking and very popular. Most of her patterns are available with video tutorial links.
Malissa loves designing new loom knitting patterns. Her favorite looms are the 1/2″ gauge looms and the 5/8″ gauge 48 peg loom. Malissa makes gorgeous hats and scarves as well as delightful character hats for children.
Robbin loves to loom knit and create patterns. She makes hats and neckwarmers and donates them to the homeless in her community. Her patterns are intricate looking but use only a few stitches in different combinations making them fantastic for beginning loomers.
Angela loves looming and collecting looms. She was the first to implement our double peg wrapping technique that can turn any of our looms into a “zippy style” loom. She is very creative and loves to put that creativity into her patterns. Check out her many beautiful cowl and scarf patterns!
Renee Van Hoy
Renee writes clear, step-by-step patterns that let knitters create complex looking designs from simple patterns. She is the author of The Loom Knitter’s Stitch Dictionary Vol. 1 & 2. She also has created many ebook collections of shawls, gloves and other beautiful projects.
Shawn has two passions; figure skating and loom knitting. She says that the beauty of loom knitting is that she can give back to the community on her own time and from any location. Hats and prayer shawls are her main donated items but she also enjoys teaching monthly loom knitting sessions at church.
Kathy is famous for her loom knitting books published through Leisure Arts. Kathy has worked with Cindy for many years to help answer customers questions and creating patterns that work on a variety of looms.
Tom, aka the sockinator, is our resident sock expert! He started a great facebook group sock-a-la-loom where anyone can go to get help with making their socks and slippers. Tom loves to loom with his wife Etta and is excited to offer some of his sock patterns for all of you to use.
JaNae makes beautiful designs and specializes in 3/8″ gauge projects. Especially gloves and hats. JaNae lives in Eagle Mountain very close to CinDWood Looms and loves to create a variety of items and patterns
Judy Solyntjes is a professional dressage horse trainer who got into loom knitting a few years ago. She loves horses, art, and dogs, especially standard poodles. As a MN native she loves snow and collecting hats. This lead to my interest in knitting hats and cowls.
I started loom knitting in 2016. I love to knit blankets and especially like creating my own patterns. My absolute favorite loom is the 3/4” 80 Peg large Round Afghan loom.
Some other hobbies of mine are illustrating fantastic beasts and hanging out with friends, besides cuddling with my kitty Hiro.
Farah and Maham the Knitting mom and daughter are bringing their yarnful creations for you to enjoy. Both of us are alumni of University of British Columbia-Vancouver, Canada and work for education and development. We love to knit, cook, read, travel and blog. Follow our knit gallery @kamalkknits
Deborah has always been into crafting things. She has done embroidery, macramé, jewelry making, painting, needle knitting and then loom knitting. She makes her own shampoos, conditioners, cleaners, creams, and more. Once she started loom knitting, she saw you could do what was done on needles using knits and purls. Deborah thought if mock crochet doesn’t curl and it has not used purls, then how does that happen? Then she realized you can keep work from curling by balancing the stitches not with opposite stitches but by the balancing the tension by using opposite directions. Then you could create many more stitches some of which would be hard to ever do on needles. That’s when she started creating her own stitches and patterns.