How Do You End a Potholder on a Loom?

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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
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To finish a potholder, Start in one corner of the loom
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