Closed in Blanket

Hey there! I am pretty new to loom knitting. I recently made my first project on a long loom (22 in from a 4 piece plastic set). It is a baby blanket. I went all the way from the first peg to the last (e-wrapping each peg) and then went the opposite direction so that it would NOT be closed in. However, I let some of the children from my workplace help me out and they closed part of it in!(whoopsie). So, one part of the blanket is open ended, as it should be, and one part of the blanket is knitted together. What should I do to get it apart?


I've thought of cutting it and knotting each piece, but I'm afraid itll unravel. I have also thought of just sewing around the edge with extra yarn and then cutting it apart. I'm not sure if either of these solutions are doable.

Please help! Thank you so much!!!

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Aug 07, 2013
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closed up blanket! LOL NEW
by: Jen Tavernier

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