|1. Small women size or child 10 or 12|
|2 .Take a pigment ink pen and mark the ends of the pegs. Start by numbering the pegs clock-wise the pegs from the holding peg on the side. 1 to 41.|
|3. Wrap the yarn around the holding peg on the side of the loom. Wrap the pegs 1 and 2 and turn and wrap back to the peg number 41. Knit the peg 1 and wrap around 2 and 3 pegs.|
|4. Continue going back and forth knitting until you have added a stitch each end and have all of the pegs wrapped except the middle peg (number 22).|
|5. Knit even on these pegs for 15 rows.|
|7. Knit to the peg 41 and turn back and knit to peg 23. Continue on knitting on these pegs for 15" or 46 rows. Cut yarn and leave a 6 or 8" tail.|
|8. Using the new ball of yarn attach to the loops on the pegs numbered 1 to 21 and knit to the same length as the other side. (15" or 46 rows)|
|9. BACK SIDE|
|10. Start knitting the two pieces together again and knit 24 rows. Start to take one stitch off at the start of each row. Knit to the end loop around the last peg, and knit the next 3 stitches.|
|11. Using the crochet hook take the first loop of the peg and run the loop from the second peg through the first loop. Now put this loop back on the end peg.|
|12. Continue to the end of the row and knit back 3 stitches and decrease the end stitch. Continue to the end of the point.|
|13. FINISH Cut 9" pieces of yarn and tie or loop 3 pieces of yarn in between each of the knitted rows. Crochet a simple chain 24" long and tie in the front.|
|What you will need:|
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