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How to make a magic loop Also known as a Drawstring Ring or Magic Ring, the Magic Loop is popular when working amigurumi. Work as follows: Step 1 To start a Magic Loop, don’t make a slipknot. Instead, make a loop with the yarn, leaving a tail around 10cm long. Make sure the tail end is on the bottom. Step 2 Now insert your hook into the loop, from front to back. Wrap the working yarn around the hook anticlockwise and pull the yarn through the Magic Loop. Step 3 Now make a turning chain, the correct length for the sti...