How to Use a Knitting Bobbin?

Answer

To use a knitting bobbin, start by first taking the end of the yarn and then push it downwards to the central hole. Next, pull a few yarns through to prevent it from coming loose and then make an anti-clockwise loop on one of the pegs. After that, go on making the loop around the next peg and repeat until all the pegs carry a loop on them. Next, lay the free yarn across the first peg to get the loop and push the needle through the loop pulling it gently towards you. Keep repeating the process until you get a full knit.
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