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Bubblegum Handwarmers Pattern

Personally, I like to work with the loom counterclockwise, whether I am weaving a flat panel or working without it. I am right-handed, and it is more convenient for me to hold the hook in my right hand and the thread in my left. If you are left-handed, you can work counterclockwise.
The benefits of removable pegs
Use different colored pegs if they work for your design. For example, if my pattern repeat is rib K2, P2, then I would set up my loom with a pattern repeat of 2 pink and 2 blue pegs. This will make it easier to keep track of my pattern because I will know that all the pink pegs are knit stitches, and all the blue pegs are reverse stitches.

I love trying out different crafty tools and recently had the opportunity to experiment with the Clover standing oval knitting loom. I have been knitting with spiky sticks for many, many years, so I admit, I was a little skeptical about the potential of this tool. It turns out it’s a lot of fun to use, and no spiky knitting experience is needed to quickly create a variety of projects.

These striped hand warmers use two colors of yarn and are a simple project that can be made by a loom beginner. This is also a nice project to consume some of the scraped weight in your stash.

This pattern is the third in a series of four that are all made with the Clover standing oval knitting loom and two skeins of worsted yarn.

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