|Step 1: Wrap the loom with the Wool-Ease yarn using 35 pegs. (I like to put the end peg in the middle of the knitting.)
|Step 2: Wrap back and knit off.
|Step 3: Change to the Fun Fur for the 3rd row. Change to the Wool-Ease on the 4th row.
|Step 4: Continue changing yarn every other row, as follows:
- Row 5: Fun Fur
- Row 6: Wool-Ease
- Row 7: Fun Fur—add a stitch on each end of the knitting
- Row 8: Wool-Ease
- Row 9: Fun Fur
- Row 10: Wool-Ease
- Row 11: Fun Fur—add a stitch on each end of the knitting
- Row 12: Wool-Ease
- Row 13: Fun Fur
- Row 14: Wool-Ease
- Row 15: Fun Fur—add a stitch on each end of the knitting
- Row 16: Wool-Ease
- Row 17: Fun Fur
|Step 5: Take the knitting off of the loom using a crochet hook and the Wool-Ease yarn. Do a single crochet in the first loop on the loom.
|Step 6: Take the next loop off and single crochet through it. Then crochet through both of the loops. Keep this very loose.
|Step 7: Stitch the knitted piece to the jacket using the sewing needle and regular sewing thread. Putting the purl side, or back side, of the knitting up makes more of the fur stick out.