Interlooped is a body of practice-based research exploring the primary structures of knit to create flexible 3D printed textile-based material. Traditional knitted structures are formed by the interlooping of a continuous thread to create symmetrical loops which create the structure. These loops can be extended in different directions giving knitted structures their inherent stretch and elasticity. In the digital environment, which can be scaleless and weightless, materiality and form can be explored in new physically challenging ways. To date, the unitised loop has been applied to both single-face (plain) and double-face (interlock) knit structures to create tubular seamless forms at various scales.