Long Knitter Knitting
|Size||26x3cm, 36x3cm, 47x3cm, 58x3cm|
4 Size ABS Plastic Loom Hook For Shawl Scarf Hat Socks Long Knitter Knitting
Material: Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene plastic(ABS Plastic)
Loom color: blue, green, red, yellow(random)
Loom size: 26x3cm, 36x3cm, 47x3cm, 58x3cm
4 x Looms
1 x Hook
1 X Needle
1 X Instructions
Wrap the end of the yarn around the peg on the end of the loom to hold the yarn in place.
Using the illustration as a guide, start with the yarn between pegs 1 and 3, and wrap the yarn around peg 1. Bring yarn between pegs 2 and 4 and wrap around peg 2. Then pull the yarn between pegs 3 and 5, and wrap around peg 3. Continue in this figure 8 method until you have wrapped the yarn around enough pegs to match the desired width of your project.
When you get to the last even-numbered peg you want to use, wrap is and then pull the yarn stralght across the loom to the corresponding odd-numbered peg, as shown.
Wrap the odd-numbered peg(now there will be two loops on it). Wrap the even-numbered peg that is diagonal to the peg you just wrapped, instead of wrapping the even numbered peg across from the peg you just wrapped(a). Contine wrapping back toward peg 1 in the figure-8 pattern, following the lines of the previous row. After you have wrapped peg 1, pull the yarn straight across between peg 2 and peg 4(b).
Holding the yarn in place with your finger, use the enclosed hook to lift the bottom yarn loop on peg 1 over the top loop and off the peg. Continue with the hook to lift the bottom row of yarn loops over the top row and off each peg, as shown
Wrap peg 2, then peg 3, then peg 4, and so on, wrapping the pegs in the same figure-8 pattern. When you reach the last evrn-numbered peg, wrap it, then pull the yarn straight across to the corresponding odd-numbered peg(step 3). Hold the yarn in place with your finger while you lift the lottomloop over the top loop and off of the lasteven-numbered peg. Repeat steps 4-6 untilyour project has reached the desired length. After finishing several rows, you can removethe original end of yarn the outside peg and let it hang.(Note: The knitting will be very loose. You will need to knit several rows before yourproject is visible.)
When your project has reached the desired length, and only one row of loops remains on the pegs, you are ready to remove the yarn from the loom. Cut the end of your wrapping yarn(leaving a few inches). Using a crochet hook, size G or H, start at the end opposite the yarn tail, and lift the loop off the odd-numbered peg with the crochet hook. Go straight across the loom to the even-numbered peg and lift that loop with the hook. Now you have two loops on your crochet hook. Pull the second loop through the first.
Continue to the next odd-numbered peg, Then even-numbered peg, and so forth, always pulling the next loop through the previous one. After you ve pulled the last loop through. Pull the yarn tail through the last loop on the crochet hook. Pull the yarn to tighten and weave the end of your original yarn into the opposite end of the scarf, and you're done.
This long loom can be used to knit in three different methods.
1. Single knit