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Binding Off on Knifty Knitter Round Loom

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On the Knifty Knitter, when trying to stop making the brim of a hat, how do you take off the last row of stitches for the brim? It's leaving big loops.

By Cindy from NY


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By sandra gaskill [2]08/26/2010

You must be doing something different. The brim I make is knitted first, then when it is twice the desired length, bring the stitches from the first row up and over the working stitches on the pegs. On the next row, knit the 2 stitches on the pegs as one and continue up the hat. Brim is finished first. Maybe this is a different pattern and not really what you call a brim. but a cuff. I use it for children, kids, and myself for a warm, but not dressy, hat. Sandra

By Jean [6]08/25/2010

You crochet around it, type in 'purling sprite' into Google, she wrote the book on loom knitting.

By Jean [6]08/25/2010

Just Google Knitting Looms and you will find lots of help, here are a few places you can look, also try ... p;prmd=v&source=univ&tbs=vid:1&tbo=u&ei=x4h1TP63F8T48Aagw7jRBg&sa=X&oi=video_result_group&ct=title&resnum=4&ved=0CCoQqwQwAw&fp=570f19f4095ee271

I hope this helps.


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