So now, you’re just finished over here. So now, what we’re going to do is that we’re going to just do the rest of this project since we’re doing a flat loom. So, we just come up. So, we’ll leave this one here. We come up underneath and over. And we basically are doing flat looming or flat paneling on the round loom. And we are going to e-wrap this thing all the way to the last peg that is wrapped just like so, up and over. Now, you can let go at the string because you don’t want it to fell off. And now, we’re just going to go up.
Now, as I was just saying in the last tutorial there, you got to watch how fast this thing grows up to neck because you’ll be really shocked that it’s not going to take you long at all. And now that you’re only working with half the loom going back and forth, you’re going to find the speed of this double dead self. So, you can find if you’re not paying attention that it might grow the neck way too long. So, going to we’re left now, we’re going to go back towards the left. So, we just e-wrap under all the way to the last wrapped peg.
We just pull them up over. So, we’re just going to keep going back and forth, back and forth to about an inch over your cork. You can be the judge of that and then what’s going to happen is we’re going to cast off this entire loom completely at that point. Okay, so just keep going back and forth, back and forth until you get to that and we’ll see you back when you’re an inch over your cork.