What can I use if I don’t have a crochet hook?
You don’t have to use a crochet hook
You have the choice of using a bobby pin or a hair beader. I have used the bobby pin technique and it works great.
How can I tighten my dreads without a crochet hook?
3 ways to maintain dreadlocks without crochet hook
- Separate your dreads at the roots. …
- Clockwise rubbing For the loose hair at the roots, you can use the clockwise rubbing method to create new knots and keep loose hair down to a minimum. …
- Palm rolling
How do you end a provisional cast on?
In order to remove a provisional cast on, you can simply un-do the last chain stitch and pull on the tail, unraveling the provisional cast on until your live stitches are exposed.
Is provisional cast on necessary?
A Provisional Cast On keeps cast-on stitches “live” so that they can be knit later. It’s a very useful technique when you’re not sure what kind of edging you’ll want or how long to make something. A Provisional Cast On allows you to make these decisions when you can to respond to the actual finished piece.
What does provisional cast on mean?
A provisional cast-on is a temporary cast-on method that holds onto live stitches so that they can be knit into later. Designed to be removable, you cast on using waste yarn or knotting cord. We recommend using a smooth, firm yarn that’s in a contrasting color—easy to see and unzip from your live stitches.
What is a provisional cast on with waste yarn?
This method of casting on uses a length of waste yarn that is removed later to reveal “live” stitches, which are then placed back on the needle and knit in the opposite direction.