Instructions for Knitting Nancy?

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A knitting nancy is a device used to help you knit. It is a variation of the medieval lucet.The device is also known as Bizzy Lizzys, knitting mushrooms, knitting spools, corkers, peg knitters, or knitting nobbys/noddys/knobbys. There are 4 small prongs on the top of the device. You can make one from a wooden spool if you have nothing else. The yarn is wrapped around in a figure eight pattern. It forms a kind of braid when you are done. These braids are called 'horse reigns' and can be used for appliques, dolls, trivets, and more.
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