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2.Start at the base of the fork with the 60" piece of yarn weaving in and out of each tine, reverse, go back across the fork until completely full. Keep the yarn pushed down on the tines for a fuller flower. Be careful not to stretch the yarn while weaving.
3.When the fork is full, take the 6" piece of yarn to the top of the fork. Tie first loop of a knot and pull carefully off the fork. Pull the tie tight and compete the knot. Clip off any excess of the 60" woven piece. The remainder of the tie now can be tied to leaves, nutcups, name tags, etc.
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