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Knitting Loom Scarf A220

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Small Long Loom (Sold In Sets)
2x Chunky Yarn
Loom Tool (Included In Set)
Needle (Included In Set)


These instructions are for a narrow scarf. You can make a wider scarf with a wider loom, and make it as short or as long as you like. Remember you will need more yarn for a wider or longer scarf. The scarf pictured is 10cm wide & 145cm long, but results will vary between knitters.

Note: You need to be patient for the first 2 or 3 rows until you are off and running. It gets easier as you go on. After finishing a few rows you can remove the yarn wound around the side peg at the very beginning. To Cast On: Wind the yarn around the peg on the side to hold it in place. 1. Wrap the yarn between the pegs in a figure 8 until you have used up 14 pegs. To Knit: 1. Continue back in the direction you have just come. Wind the yarn around each peg again so you now have 2 loops on each peg and anchor the yarn around the peg on the side. To Cast Off: 1. Wind the yarn around the first peg so that you have 2 loops. Bring the bottom loop over the top loop. 2. Take that loop over to the opposite peg. Bring the bottom loop over the top loop. 3. Wind the yarn loosely over that peg and bring the bottom loop over the top loop. 4. Repeat steps 2 & 3 working in a zigzag back down the loom until you have one loop on the last peg. 5. Take the loop off the loop and fasten off by bringing the last of that yarn through the loop and pulling tight. 6. Weave in the ends using your needle and trim off any excess yarn.
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