So my original plan was to make a beanie for my baby girl with those circular looms that were a huge hit a decade ago :) I saw the smallest one and thought, "What the heck, that's not gonna fit a baby's head?!" ( yea I'm a little slow). I looked through the loom manual and you can use it for golf club covers, the things that look like frumpy socks thrown over a club. So if it can make a frumpy sock, it can also make.... BOOT CUFFS, YAY!!!
- Loom kit - Use hook and smallest loom
- Yarn- I used Lions Brand, super bulky
First, wrap the strand around the placeholder peg in the center, to keep it secure (make sure you have a 3-4 inch tale. Next, start wrapping the yarn around each individual peg going counter-clockwise. Make sure it is loose, if it is too tight you wont be able to pull the loops over the peg.
Once you have one row down, start on another row, so you will have two rows on each peg. Now, grab your hook and starting at the first peg we wrapped around, grab the bottom loop and pull it up over the peg. Do this all the way around till you only have one row again.
Keep doing this till you get the desired length you want, mine are about 4 inches long. To finish, make sure you only have one row on each peg. Grab your needle (if you don't have one or it's lost just use you fingers), thread the yarn and pull the yarn through each loop to finish it off. Once the thread is through the loop you can pull off each loop. Make sure both tails are knotted before you use them or else it will unravel.
Now make your second boot cuff and your good to go!!