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Based on Tin Can Knitting Loom by DreamsInBloom
In this version of the tin can knitting loom I used blue electrical tape instead of duct tape. I actually think I like using electrical tape better. It seemed a bit easier to make and more "held together" as the tape wrapped better around everything.

Posted by DreamsInBloom from Cedar City, Utah, United States • Published See DreamsInBloom's 20 projects »
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DreamsInBloom
DreamsInBloom · Cedar City, Utah, US · 21 projects
Hi PJ,
If you look at the first version of this project it tells how to make it, but also lists some sites that tell how to knit with knitting looms. Here's the link to that.
http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/tin_can_knitting_loom
And here's the links to the sites I listed there on how to use it.
www.purlingsprite.com
www.loomroom.com
www.squidoo.com/LoomKnittingBlogs
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PJ
PJ · Avondale, Arizona, US · 96 projects
How do you do the knitting?????SMILE.
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