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There are various methods to cast on a knitting loom, the method shown here is the Crochet Cast on. The Crochet Cast on provides a nice, non-loopy edge ...
With your working yarn, form a small circle--the short tail of the working yarn should be at the top.
Grab the circle and move it on top of the yarn that is coming from the ball of yarn.
Insert your fingers inside the circle and grab the yarn coming from the ball of yarn.
Holding to the circle/loop formed in step 3, pull gently on the two ends of the yarn--the beginning tail and that coming from the yarn ball.
Place slip knot on the first peg on the knitting loom.
With crochet hook in hand, insert it through the slip knot on the first peg.
Hook the working yarn with crochet hook thus forming a small loop.
Place the loop on the next adjacent empty peg. To the left if knitting clockwise. To the right if knitting counterclockwise. Be sure to keep the working yarn ...
Following the Steps 6-8, continue down the knitting loom casting on the needed number of stitches.
You knitting loom should have 1 loop on each peg and working yarn should be on the inside of the knitting loom.
Place the loop on the crochet hook on the last peg needed for the flat panel.
When knitting in the round: place the loop from the crochet hook on the first peg. First peg will have two loops, all the other pegs should have ...
Although the knitting loom is round, you can knit almost anything on it, from scarves, hats, bags, and even sweaters! You have just viewed: Crochet Cast on. Coming ...
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