Loom Knitting: How to Finish Hats

Loom Knitting: How to Finish Hats

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Finishing top of Hat for Looming

Finishing top of Hat for Looming

The trick to finishing a loom knitting hat is to ensure the loom is turned upside down.

  1. Cut the strand at the end of the project about 24″ long.
  2. Feed the strand through a tapestry needled and use the needle to scoop off the loops and slide down the strand.
  3. Once all are collected, pull tight and the top of the hat will finish off beautifully.
  4. Sewing the top permanently shut by crisis cross across the top of the hat to pull the hole shut.
  5. Sink the needle down through the top of the and hat and secure on the inside of the hat.
  6. Add a pom if you wish.

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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

3 thoughts on “Loom Knitting: How to Finish Hats”

  1. Carol says:

    Where can I get this

  2. Ann Feist says:

    Something I learned when finishing loom hats. Move a loop to top of next peg, alternating all the way around. Finish off. You now have 1/2 the number of loops to gather up on your needle and pull. This makes the final gather less bulky.
    I know I didn’t describe it well. Hope you can understand what I’m trying to say.

    1. Mikey says:

      That’s a smart idea Ann!

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