This is the second of my nalbinding tutorial videos. Here we'll learn how to join the first round together and start the second round, in Oslo stitch. Naalbinding is usually worked in the round, so this step is essential!
Nalbinding, sometimes known as 'Viking knitting' because of it's widespread use among Scandinavian peoples such as the Vikings, predates knitting and crochet by some 2000 years. It's done with 1-2m lengths of woolen yarn and a large blunt needle.
You can find full instructions for how to make an Oslo stitch pouch