The original post says to hold the yarn tightly in your hand, but I decided to start with a loop like how I would start to crochet. Then I put the loop over my index finger, and started weaving the yarn over my fingers.When you have two full rows of weaving, take the bottom row and pull it over the end of each finger. This is another thing I did differently from the original post. I thought it was much easier to work toward the palm of my hand rather than toward the back of my hand.Weave a new row on top of the remaining loops on your fingers. The old row is now the bottom row. Continue weaving until you reach the desired length.If you want to make a circle, use the loops from the beginning of your project as a new row. Be sure to keep everything from twisting as you do this. Again, this is a different method from what others might prefer. The tying off method in the original post might be more secure, but I think this looks nicer.After you pull the bottom loops over the top loops, there will be one loop left on each finger. Carefully take the loops from your pinky and ring finger and tie them with a double knot. Then tie the loops from your index and middle finger.I made mine like a hair tie. I think you could make a cool scarf with these if you braided several long ones together and left them straight instead of tying them in circles.Happy National Craft Month!