How to knit single loop knitting

In this DROPS video we show how you can knit single loop knitting.

Use this fun technique to make a loop scarf, loop cuffs, loop collar or why not a loopy bag?

Single loops knitted back and forth on needles:
The loops are made on the WS rows of the piece and ends up on the RS.
1st row (RS): Knit all sts
2nd row (WS): K1, * make a loop as follows: Twist the yarn over and around the left index finger as shown in video. Knit the next st by pulling both 2 threads on the left index finger through the st and leave the stitch on the left needle.
K 1 st in the back of the same st (= 1 twisted st). There are now 2 loop sts + 1 twisted st on the right needle. Lift the 2 back sts over the first st = 1 loop st *, repeat from *-* and end with a K edge st. Repeat the 2 rows.

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