Stitching around a ring left handed is pretty much the same as stitching around the ring right handed. You are just trading hands and going in the other direction. Here’s how:
Cut a long piece of white yarn. You want at least 60 inches. Thread the yarn on your needle. Hold the needle in your left hand and the plastic ring in your right hand. Stick your yarn tail down through the center of the ring and hold it against the back of the ring. Take the working yarn up over the ring and back towards the back of the ring. Pull the threaded needle up through the center of the ring (keep it on the right side of the yarn tail). Pull the yarn through the ring until there is just a small loop wrapped around the ring.Take your needle through the loop from left to right and pull snug. You’ve completed your first blanket stitch.Move the yarn tail behind the plastic ring (to the left) so you can cover it as you stitch. Bring your needle back up through the ring and pull the yarn until you have another small loop. Take the needle back through the loop from left to right and pull snug. Your stitches will be traveling from right to left. This photo shows blanket stitches covering half of the ring.Continue stitching until you have completely covered the plastic ring. When the ring is covered, weave your yarn tail under some of the stitches. (This is the backside of the ring – I’ve flipped it over so you can see the needle going under the stitching)Once you have taken your needle under a few stitches you can clip the yarn tail. All done!
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