How Do I Take a Potholder off of a Loom?

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In order to take a potholder off of a loom, you will need to use a crochet hook or the hook that came with the loom, start off at a corner and draw the second loop, through the first loop. Next, pull the third loop through the second and so on all the way around the pot holder.
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1. Insert the crochet hook into the first loop, starting from any corner of the loom. Pull the loop off the loom shaft and pull it over to the second loom shaft. Lower the loop over
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You start at one corner and take off a loop from its peg. Then take off the next loop and put it through the center of the first one. Keep going around the loom. At the end you have
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