How Do You Use A Yarn-around?

How do you use a yarn-around?

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June 30, 20080 found this helpful

What is a Yarn-around?

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You can go to Knifty Knitters.com and they have patterns as that is one brand of Yarn Around. Also you can check out Bev's Cottage.com

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http://pages.e-  age/1324931.html

Here is a picture. You essentially place the yarn around the outside of the hoop and lift the previous row over the top of it to form a stitch. The first stitches are put on by looping the yarn around each peg. We use to do this with large wooden spools that mom put nails in and make "hair ribbons" to tie up our hair with when I was little.

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