A place to share...

It has been a few years since we all began this wonderful KnitWit journey and we are all thankful that God has taken us along on the trip!!!
This blog has been started so we can share ideas and encouragement in this craft. Loom Knitting is seeing its resurgence in popularity. And for those who are new to this, pattern reading can seem a daunting task. We have all learned so much from each others' unique designs...

So, please chime in!

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Purling On

Let’s start with something FUN ...

This cap was made on the green loom, or adult size loom.
The brim is easily accomplished by first knitting 17 to 20 rows. Then from the center of the loom, lift the first row up and place each loop onto the peg it lines up with. As you do the last two pegs, or so, tuck the tail from your beginning into the brim ~ complete the circle.

Next, knit all the posts over just as if you’re knitting regularly.
Tah-Dah!!! Brim!
Now knit one more row. Then purl two rows on and finish up the hat to size.

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