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Knitting loom (S), shoe sizes 20-31,article number 225 160 Knitting loom (L), shoe sizes 39-46,article number 225 162
KNITTING LOOMKNITTING SOCKSWITHOUT PINS
Knitting loom (M), shoe sizes 32-38, article number 225 161
Buy a knitting loom and opt for a world first in knitting socks. Previously unthinkable, this tool is now writing needlework history.Knitting socks without knitting pins – hard to believe, yet true.
Novices and converts will be thrilled to see how easy it is to use. Novices will realise they need no prior knitting knowledge to produce amazing results.Converts will be delighted not only by the fact that their usual wool consumption is reduced by almost half, but also that the loom can work at least four wool thicknesses. Better still, the knitting loom not only knits socks – it is just as useful for arm and leg warmers, doll’s clothes, cuddly toys and dainty little bags.
The knitting loom is small, compact and handy. It avoids getting your fingers in a knot, throws you for a loop with a neat and tidy pattern, and guarantees successful results, every time.
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Knitting loom 32 (M) for shoe sizes 32-38, suitable for smooth yarns and needle sizes 2-5.
A. 32 stainless steel pegsB. Continuous numberingC. Marking for right and left sockD. Cast-off needle with soft handle
Double cuff with triple looping for sock wool of needle sizes 2-2.5
Slide the yarn from the top through the centre of the knitting loom. Loop the yarn anticlockwise around peg 1L, then around pegs 1R, 2R, 3R, etc. The first looping round is finished when peg 1L has been looped twice.
Loop two more rounds. The required number of stitches has been “cast on” when peg 1L has been looped four times. Now start casting off.
Using the cast-off needle, take up the bottom stitches and lift each over the pegs. After casting off, peg 1L has three stitches left, all other pegs have two stitches. The next looping round starts with peg 1R and ends with peg 1L. Now, alternate between casting off and looping a round.
Once you have knitted a length of approx. 6 cm, start working the double cuff. Start by decreasing the number of stitches on peg 1L from three to two.
Use the cast-off needle to take up the edge stitches of the bottom edge and lift each over the pegs. Each peg now has three stitches left.
Finish the cuff by reducing the number of stitches on all pegs to two. The following looping round starts with 1L and ends with 1L. 1L now has four stitches again. The leg is worked as usual by alternating cast-off and looping rounds.
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