Notes: Decide how deep you want your fringe loops. If possible, cut a piece of cardboard or plastic to the depth needed so you can wrap each loop to obtain uniform loops. 2) If you are doing fringe over a long area (over about 3″), you will want to do it in segments so that you are not pulling an unwieldy amount of yarn through each stitch. A 3 yard length of yarn is as long as you want to use.
Thread length of yarn onto a tapestry needle. Anchor yarn at one end. Use the tapestry needle to sew through the edge that is being trimmed with looped fringe, creating a loop of your desired length. Continue in this manner until fringe is applied to the density you desire. Anchor yarn at beginning and end of each length of yarn.
Finishing the Looped Fringe
Make decorative (blanket stitch) stitches at the base of the fringe along the edge of the piece to hold the loops in place. Anchor yarn and work in ends.