You can create workable looms from any plastic bottles or jugs--the size and shape of the bottle or jug will determine the size and shape of your knitted project. In this instructable, I will also show uses for the scraps that remain, thus using every part of the "buffalo"!
I will post an additional instructable with more detailed instructions on using your loom, but in the meantime, you can find instructions on round looms online by searching for round looms and following the main principles of wrapping the yarn. Its a much easier way to knit than using needles and very portable.
This loom is very easy to hold and surprisingly durable and will be a good loom to start with to see if you like the loom knitting before spending $$ on a bigger loom.
This is my first instructable, so please be gentle, LOL
ALSO...Please keep in mind this is entered into the Keep the Bottle Contest! If you like my instructable, please consider voting for me? Thank you :)
step 1: Assemble your supplies needed.
For making the looms you will need:
1 empty clean 2-liter soda bottle (lid and label optional, but useful as you will see)
A permanent marker (I used a black Sharpie)
Scissors (heavy duty and sharp enough to cut plastic)
A nail file or heavy duty sandpaper
For working with the loom you will need:
A sharp pointed loom hook--make your own from wire, OR buy one from a craft store (Michaels and Joanne Fabric stores have them for around $2.00) Both are pictured above-- OR use a pick from your toolbox.