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I want to make a pom pom for a childs hat, and I don't know how many times to wrap the yarn.


You can wrap as much as you want. Remember, the more wraps the fuller the pom-pom.

Sep 03, 2017 | Sewing Machines

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How do I cast on in knitting


Hi I am not a great knitter but I do know how to cast on stitches.
OK here goes, Get your two knitting needles and wrap the wool around both loosely and tie a knot, holding one needle in your Lt. hand and one in your Rt. hand (Rt. needle point is under the Lt. needle point and loop of wool is around both needles)
**take the loose end of wool in right hand and put it around the point of the Rt. needle towards you while holding every thing firmly, with your Lt. middle finger push the point of the Rt. needle back towards you and at the same time twist the Rt. needle up with your Rt. hand, catching the wool you just looped around the point of the Rt. needle, return Rt. needle back behind Lt. (you now have 1 loop on both the Rt. & Lt. needle) Still holding both needles bring the Lt. needle to the front of the loop on the Rt. needle and slip the loop over onto the Lt. needle
YOU HAVE JUST CAST ON 1 STITCH.
Insert the Rt. needle into the stitch you just made and positioned under the Lt. needle***.
Repeat from ** to *** until you have enough stitches.

NOTE to make a firmer row after the first stitch put the Rt. needle behind the complete loop not just the front of the loop.

**taking loose end of the the wool in your Rt. hand , loop it around the point of the Rt. needle towards you while holding every thing firmly, with your Lt. middle finger push the point of the Rt. needle back towards you and at the same time twist the Rt. needle up with your Rt. hand, catching the wool you just looped around the point of the Rt. needle, return Rt. needle back behind Lt. (you now have 1 loop on both the Rt. & Lt. needle) Still holding both needles bring the Lt. needle to the front of the loop on the Rt. needle and slip the loop over onto the Lt. needle ***
Same as previous instructions and keep repeating until you have enough stitches.

Jan 03, 2016 | Crafts & Hobbies

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How do I cast on my wool onto a knitting machine?


Looks like you form an "e" with the yarn around the needle. See this tutorial site:

How To Wrap Cast On And Knit Simple Stockinette Swatch

Lesson 1 Open Cast On

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvPi16ZLc6o
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uai2jQgA7RQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VfEIgU2nwxQ



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Oct 22, 2015 | Sewing Machines

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Relay pom


relay POM ?? new one on me could it be a aussie terminology to describe a englishman

May 26, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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What is a pom pon?


A pom-pon (also spelled pompom) is a loose, fluffy, decorative ball or tuft of fibrous material. Pom-pons may come in many colors, sizes, and varieties and are made from a wide array of materials, including wool, cotton, paper, plastic, and occasionally feathers.

Pom-pons are shaken by cheerleaders and sports fans during spectator sports.

Jan 17, 2013 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Wanted to make some cheerleading pom poms for my daughter, what materials should I buy?


This site gives a step by step instruction on what to buy and how to make homemade cheerleading pom poms. http://fivejs.com/homemade-cheerleader-pom-poms/

Jan 14, 2013 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Cleaning the cast iron grates and griddle


Take the grates off and slide them on your dishwasher rack and run them thru a cycle... pull them out before dry if you want..

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