I forgot to post this to my blog last Friday. Got it on the groups but not here. I had one of those mornings where it all just kind of goes downhill and then I had to hustle off to the school to go with my Kindergartener on his last field trip for the year. Plus oldest kiddo complicated things a ton so I just forgot. Just in case anyone is following along from my bloggie, here’s part 2:
This next part of our project is the very easiest part. In fact, Part 1 involved the most knitting. You have the biggest portion of the project already complete 😉
So here is Part 2:
Leaving a 5” tail, create a 3 peg I-cord measuring 4” long. Bind off, leaving the yarn tails about 5” long. Set aside.
And that is it 🙂 Very simple!
Two things, very quickly:
We are still working with 2 strands held together as one.
If you need help with the I-cord method on a loom, Isela has a great (pdf) tutorial on her site:
http://isela.typepad.com/looming_crafts/loom-knitting.html (second link up from the bottom)
Pretty straightforward, right? 🙂 If you have any questions, you know where to find me. Have a great day!