How Do You End a Potholder on a Loom?


Candidate potholder on a loom, you need to do one final loop. Usually, this loop needs to be done very carefully. This is so that the potholder does not come loose.
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1. Hook a loop over one peg on the top of the loom; run the loop down to the corresponding peg at the bottom of the loom and hook it over that peg. Repeat this for all the pegs across….….….
an extra rubber band and extension.
To finish a potholder, Start in one corner of the loom
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