πŸ‘’ How To Knit On A Hat A Circle Loom πŸ‘’ by Celestina Montgomery - Musely
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πŸ‘’ How To Knit On A Hat A Circle Loom πŸ‘’

posted in DIY & Crafts
03/04/2015
  • **Everything I use to knit I get at Walmart**
-Circular Looms & Hook
-Yarn (I prefer the fluffier kind)
    **Everything I use to knit I get at Walmart**
    -Circular Looms & Hook
    -Yarn (I prefer the fluffier kind)
  • Fluffy yarn is easier because it stretches easier and wraps better. (But hey, its your hat)
    Fluffy yarn is easier because it stretches easier and wraps better. (But hey, its your hat)
  • Pick the size of loom based on head size.
    Pick the size of loom based on head size.
  • Beginto wrap your yarn as shown above on the top of each peg.
    Beginto wrap your yarn as shown above on the top of each peg.
  • Finish all the pegs and end right next to where tou began.
    Finish all the pegs and end right next to where tou began.
  • Push all the wrapped yarn down to the bottom of each peg.
    Push all the wrapped yarn down to the bottom of each peg.
  • Now start to wrap at the top of the peg again over the lower wrap.
    Now start to wrap at the top of the peg again over the lower wrap.
  • Finish off right where you started.
    Finish off right where you started.
  • Using you needle (comes with a loom) lift the bottom loop over the top and off the peg.
    Using you needle (comes with a loom) lift the bottom loop over the top and off the peg.
  • Then push the top loop to the bottom.
    Then push the top loop to the bottom.
  • Continue around the whole thing.
    Continue around the whole thing.
  • Create another top row.
    Create another top row.
  • Then redo the process by lifting the new bottom over the new top and over.
    Then redo the process by lifting the new bottom over the new top and over.
  • Eventually when it gets long enough thread the end of the yarn theough each loop and take it off the loom. Pull it tight and tie it up to make a hat.
    Eventually when it gets long enough thread the end of the yarn theough each loop and take it off the loom. Pull it tight and tie it up to make a hat.

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