Mikey shows you how to cast off your loom work quickly by using a crochet hook and a loom hook.
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So I've start a casting off and I'm making a placemat for my actual centerpiece of my dining room table. And I have actually figured out an easier way to do this, when I showed you before I was on a table and I was actually taking this off. I find it easier now that I've getting more and more used to this that I need to cast off, sorry, I did that one, that one. So that’s my next one, so what I found is that if I have a crochet hock and the hock at the same time I've guaranteed not to draw of any stitches. So just stick your hock in behind and pull it up just like so, okay. So that you have about steady stitches, stick your needle in the hook into the loop and now grabbing the hook again, grabbing the other one and pulling it up and pop it over.
So let's try it again, so this time. So grabbing your hook, okay, and then put your crochet hook into the hole, pull it out and just grab the other one. And I've seen people on mine and even if I was doing it with my fingers I've pulling it up and over. But I was actually dropping stitches. So in, up and over, crochet hook, in and then using the other hook grabbing the other one. So there you go, so that’s a really helpful tip for casting off.