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Ready to learn the loop? This intermediate-level stitch is super cosy – perfect for adding a bit of texture and drama to your knitting project.
Ready to learn the loop? This intermediate-level stitch is super cosy – perfect for adding a bit of texture and drama to your knitting project.Read less
Ready to learn the loop? This intermediate-level stitch is super cosy – perfect for adding a bit of texture and drama to your knitting project.See the step by step guide here
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Knitted loops, the second best loops after fruit loops. To begin knitting, slip the first stitch.
Insert your needle knit wise.
Wrap the yarn clockwise and bring it forward between the two needles.
Place your thumb on top of the yarn and bring it back between the needles.
Without releasing either loop, knit the stitch again.
Then, lift the first loop up and over the stitch you just knitted and off the needle.
Knit the next stitch.
Repeat steps 2 to 8 until the end of the row and you are officially a loop stitch master.