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How to finish Knifty Knitter scarf?

Posted by bunny_lover (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 22, 06 at 22:03

My DD learned and then taught me how to do the Knifty Knitter scarf. I have it as long as I want it, but I do not know how to finush it and take it off the loom.

I have zippo craft skills, so please help me!


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RE: How to finish Knifty Knitter scarf?

I would slip stitch crochet it off. I'm putting a link in for an image page to show you how to do slip stitch crochet. Where the image on the link is showing you the chain (1 2 3 & 4) you would be using the loops on the peg as the chain.

So the last peg you used and where the tail of the yarn from your ball is hanging down would be #1 of the "chain" and where you insert your crochet hook first.

Put your crochet hook in the first loop on the peg and pull it off the peg so that it's now on the crochet hook then you should be ready to do the slip stitch to get it off the KK hope this helps ;0)

Here is a link that might be useful: how to slip stitch

RE: How to finish Knifty Knitter scarf?

I am going to get a crochet hook tomorrow at WalMart. Thank you so much for your help and the link is very good!!!

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