Help binding off KB Super Afghan Loom utilizing the 8 stich

by Marjorie
(Temecula, CA USA)

I recently purchased the KB Super Afghan Loom, and I just finished my first afghan utilizing the 8 stitch, following a DIY Video on YouTube. Unfortunately, the video shows how to begin an 8 stitch, but not how to bind off once you have reached the end of your project. I have searched endlessly for a how to video, but there are none that utilize this particular loom.


Can someone please help???? I have spent countless hours creating an afghan for my daughter, and now I am at a loss on how to take it off of the loom!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank You,,

Helpless

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Dec 04, 2016
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Figure 8 NEW
by: Anonymous

There are several YouTube videos. I had spent 2 months on an afgan and finished it last week. I started with a video, and ended with a video. I do remember you pull the two sides across the knit the bottom loop off. It rid to move all the loops ove before I knitted any and that didn't work too well. I pulled one loop across, pulled the bottom off, leaving only one . Watch a video you will understand better I'm sure.

Aug 23, 2016
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Removing Afghan from Loom NEW
by: Marilyn G.

Here are some ideas. KB Looms have a web site, it is called Authentic Knitting Boards. They do post ideas, patterns, short videos on how to do things. I do believe there is also a link for customer service where you can contact them to ask questions. Now, another idea, they have a facebook page. Many crafters that use the looms are willing to help! Post the question there and see. Last, CinDWood Looms also has a facebook page for people who use their looms and many on the site have made afghans. I would think you could ask the question on that site and perhaps find people willing to help too. They also have lots of short videos on how to do different things on the loom. Hope the answer helps!!

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