Sunday, December 15, 2013
One-Over-One Stitch on a Loom
One of the first stitches made by new loom knitters is the one-over-one. You simply wrap the loom twice, then use the loom hook to pull the bottom loop over the top loop and off the peg. Wrap the loom again and repeat, always pulling ONE bottom loop over ONE top loop on the peg. Hence the name, "one-over-one." This stitch is also called the ewrap and twisted stockinette stitch.
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