I posted these on Ravelry, so I’m copying them to here.
This is the slackers way that I do it.
1) Do a row or 2 by the usual technique.
(You’ll seam the ends together after you’re done.)
2) When you reach the end of the forward pass,
start doing stitches into the other end of the piece.
(It’s VERY important to make sure the piece isn’t twisted before you start.)
And if you don’t follow this step, viewing the video below will probably help.
3) Keep doing the forward pass until just before it becomes awkward,
then turn the piece around,
so that the wrong side of the part you’re working is facing you.
Use the other end of the hook to pull chains through the loops
(do the return pass),
until you have 5-7 loops left on the hook.
4) Turn the piece around again
(in the reverse direction, so you don’t twist up the 2 yarns)
and continue on with the forward pass.
This is my shot at written directions.
Any resemblance to other written directions is accidental.
The Laughing Willow’s Video: