Awesome Ways to Use a Knitting Loom to Make an Infinity Scarf


As often mentioned, the scarves are super cool accessories nowadays and they can really improve our style. You can also keep your neck warm on cold days.
Infinity scarves are a real hit these days and if you like to tinker yourself, there’s an amazing tutorial that we’ll be happy to share with you. If you want to be proud of doing something stylish and something very cool yourself, you need to see below and learn how to make infinite scarves. Enjoy!
The most amazing tutorial: How to use a Knitting Loom to make an infinity scarf
As often mentioned, the scarves are super cool accessories nowadays and they can really improve our style. You can also keep your neck warm on cold days.
Infinity scarves are a real hit these days and if you like to tinker yourself, there’s an amazing tutorial that we’ll be happy to share with you. If you want to be proud of doing something stylish and something very cool yourself, you need to see below and learn how to make infinite scarves. Enjoy!
What will you need:
Knitting machine
Loom hooks
Yarn needle
Scissors
Yarn (If you want a thicker scarf, use a thicker yarn).
Crochet needle in size K
It is also good to share an amazing trick with you: to reach the end of the yarn, put your hand in the left side of the yarn ball and pull out the small bundle you feel.
You should start with a node that is about five inches long at the end. Then stick your slip node on the terminus of your loom.
Let’s count our tines. All that are closest to you are odd numbers and the upper row is even numbers.
Now grab your cord attached to the yarn ball and place it between the tines 1 and 3. Wrap it clockwise around the tin1 and bring it between the tines 2 and 4.
Wrap it counterclockwise around the pin 2 and bring it down between pins 2 and 4. Repeat this pattern from Figure 8 until you have reached the desired width of your neckerchief. For this, the author uses 13 tines.
When you get to your last straight pen, bring it back between the last two tines you use.
Slide all the yarn loops down the pins. Then continue wrapping the cord and go left from the right end of the loom.
Wrap the string counterclockwise against the last odd vertebra and then bring it between the second and third to last straight vertebrae. Your last straight pen has only one level. Continue with the number 8 pattern to the point where you started.
When you are back to the end, wrap the cord between the cones 2 and 4 and hold it as shown there
From left to right, take the bottom loop and run it over the top. Unplug the lower loop completely from the pen.
Continue this process for each pen except the last straight pen (because it has only one loop).
This is what your loom should look like after you have removed the bottom layer of the yarn slings.
Now that you have a layer of yarn loops at the top, slide it all the way down again. Repeat this process again and again until you get the length you want. Remember that there is always a hook with only one yarn loop when you hook it. So don’t start. Leave the single yarn loop alone!
Don’t forget to remove your slip node from the pen after a few rows
Attach both ends with a flat seam and your knitting needle. Congratulations! You just made an infinity cloth

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