Follow this step by step loom knitting tutorial to create a keepsake bags or gift bags part 5/5.
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You can grab in your material now - all three again or if you want to change your colors you are more than welcome again. Leave a little bit of a generous amount for the end, so we are going to wrap around your finger twice the back over the front. Now picking up the back, pushing up and there is your perfect slipknot. And we are going to put in our crochet hook and put a snug - not tight but snug. And this is called chaining, so if you don’t know what chaining is, that was your slipknot - grabbing all your material and pulling it through.
So you just keep grabbing your material and pulling it through. And what I did on that, one that the demonstration is that there are 25 of these chains in a row. So at the end of your chain whatever you decide to go, just be I always do like a hands distance so I tend to always cut my material right in between the two upper fingers. So then you are ended with this material left and what we are going to just do this pull. And then part take, so pull tight and there you go, so you would’ve done 25 of these things. And now we are going to look at this material and you can either put the starting right in the front part.
And the wonderful thing about this bag is that they are flat. So they aren’t actually round which is a good thing right? So you can put the tie in the front and what I recommend is that the goes in every other two stitches. So for example, so you just stick here your crochet hook through and just pull one side of it only. So your next is to just jump over so you look like because you are going in and out, so if you put a material. You can see in between each section and that is where you want to put your crochet hook. So you just I will make sure it looks good and continue to go around in this formation.
So just continue to go around and around or just round ones and then at the end you can just either put a snug or you can leave it open. And decide what you want to put inside, so this is how you do one of my keepsake bags and again it is really simplistic idea. And it is always the simple ideas, so just looking at here. We came out of this one here, we are going to jump over too so I would go in - so jump over the two lines wrapping your material and pulling it up through.
And you see, you can only pull through a little section but if you can just get a few extra strings, you can pull the rest of it through. So there you go and that is how you create one of my fancy dancy bags.