There are many different types of looms out there. Below is a list of the ones I’m currently aware of. Just remember no matter which loom you choose to use most patterns will work with any type of loom or knitting board, just knit a swatch to check the gauge of your finished fabric against the pattern. If you have a Knifty Knitter board be sure to also check out the patterns on the Authentic Knitting Board website for lots of free patterns and vice versa.
Gauge is set by changing how much yarn is used for each stitch. With regular looms this is done by changing the distance between pegs. The kiss loom starts out with a small gauge then uses gauge pins to increase the distance the yarn travels between pegs. The gauge is determined by this traveling yarn and by changing the settings on our looms you increase the amount of traveling yarn - and therefore change the knitted gauge.
Modular loom sets that connect end to end or in the round
2-Way Adjustable Looms - works like a sock loom where you can adjust the number of pegs by sliding the end pieces up and down the board.
Straight Looms - single rake looms with pin boards and optional peg boards to add for double knitting.