For those of you familiar with my radmegan knitting fork video on youtube, you will recognize this as the second method I teach in that clip.
If you haven’t watched it, it’s MUCH easier for you to take a few moments, check out the second technique I demo in that video, and then meet me back here.
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My favorite part of that process is knitting a few stitches of the yarn on the fork and leaving it all bunched up.
Then, after about 12-15 stitches, I take the tail end of the yarn and pull.
Seeing the chain unfold is one of those small things in life that just makes me really happy. Like like trampolines and baby hedgehogs; it doesn’t take that much.
…and weave the yarn end through the loops. When you pull the yarn end tight, it won’t unravel.
Depending on how many bracelets you want to make for your friends, you can either tie a square knot with each end of your knitted strand, or stack a few bracelets and knot them together all at once.
The bottom line is, it’ll be a long time before I let myself run into a friend empty handed!