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I was just curious if it would be possible to knit on a pick or comb. So, I tried it. It actually works really well for a small project!
First, I tried a pick using all the teeth. I kept weaving it too tight and couldn't get the yarn over the other.
Then, I tried a big fat comb. Much better results. I weaved in and out of every two teeth. Much looser and easier to knit with.
Please post images if you give this a try. I'd love to see them.
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7. Cut the end of the yarn at least as long as the comb and thread through the last loops and tie off to secure.
NOTE: After much experimenting, I must say what is called "e-wrapping" (twisted knit stitch) is much easier to do for a beginner at knitting looms. You wrap the yarn around each tooth instead of wrapping inbetween. With e-wrap you won't experience the tension problem you do with the regular knit stitch.