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E-wrap:  (K, EW, EWK) The most basic knit stitch, used most commonly. Wrap the peg and lift the existing loop over. This is the loosest knit stitch.   U-Wrap Knit (UW, U-wrap, UK) This is like doing a half stitch, but in reverse. You take the yarn and put it in front of the peg, and wrap …

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Avalanche – Free Loom Knit Textured Cowl Pattern (FREE PDF on Ravelry)

Avalanche Cowl For Knitting Looms Converted by Sandra Glover Original: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/gossypium Recommended Yarn: Worsted weight (on a 3/8″ gauge loom, thicker for bigger gauge) Recommended Loom: Multiples of 10* (in the round) Example: CinDwood 90 Peg 1/2” small afghan loom for a large cowl/small infinity scarf.  CinDwood 120 Peg 1/2” afghan loom for an infinity scarf …

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Cowl, infinity scarf in project, fun new stitches for knitting looms thanks to The Invisible Loom's Stitch Dictionary (for loom knitters) Bob

This year, cowls and infinity scarves are really trendy. I’ve never really knit them much before. I’ve frogged a few scarves because I just got bored of the repeats. So I find cowls and infinity scarves much easier to do, because there aren’t so many repeats, and I can finish them fast. I showed off …

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