Knitting fork


Want to make your own friendship bracelet, skipping rope or hair braids? Try our knitting fork.

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Looking for a calming quiet activity, try our knitting forks.  Create your own friendship bracelets, skipping ropes, hair braids and more with these kitting forks by Speelbelovend.

Using knitting forks are one of the easiest and most rewarding ways to teach children to “knit”. A long-established craft: knitting forks (or lucets) were used by the Vikings.

Wooden Knitting Fork: Approximate size: 17cm x 4cm x 1cm

This set contains small parts that may be a choking hazard

Not suitable for children under 3 years old

Children should be supervised by an adult at all times whilst using our products

Step by set instructions

step 1:

To stuart you need to thread the yarn through the hole from back to front and place your thumb over the yarn. Wind the yarn onto the prongs of the fork in a figure of eight and repeat. You need to do two figure of eights.

Step 2

(To help keep tension and prevent tangles use your fingers to guide the yarn at the back of the work)

When you look at your fork face on you will see that there are two loops on each prong.

Starting with the right hand side, life the bottom loop up over the top loop and the top of the right prong.

Repeat this on the left side and then tighten up by gently pulling the yarn through the hole towards you.

You will now only have one loop on each side of the fork.

Step 3

Taking care to go in the same direction as you did before, wind on another figure of eight and repeat the above step.

step 4

Repeat step 3, keep going until it’s as long as you want. Finish off by cutting off the yarn and carefully pull the last two loops off the fork. Thread the end of the yarn through the two loops and pull tight.


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