I’ve really enjoyed doing several finger knitting projects recently. (Here, here, and here to see a few.)
I figured it was time for me to share my own finger knitting tutorial!
Finger knitting does take some time, but it doesn’t require anything more than your fingers and some yarn. And you don’t have to count any stitches.
Most of my yarn is worsted weight, so I prefer to use two balls of yarn at once to make it a little bulkier.
My pictures and descriptions are based on me being right-handed.
The second step is to pull the bottom row up and over the top row.
Keep repeating these two steps until your rope is as long as you want. When you are finished simply cut the yarn and bring the end through each of the loops.
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Fluster Buster says
I love this Julie, it would be a great thing to teach the kids. Thanks for sharing at Fluster’s Creative Muster. I’m looking forward to seeing what you link up next week.
I am a fan of finger knitting. It’s so much fun. 🙂
Isn’t it?! And I love all the different things you can make with it. Thanks for stopping by and commenting!
Ana Lopes says
Amazing!!! Love it! Thanks so much for sharing the great tutorial! Would love to have you visit me sometime.
Hugs from Portugal,
Ana Love Craft
That scarf is so pretty. I had to click over, because I couldn’t believe it was finger knitting! Great tutorial, thanks so much for sharing.
How pretty. I’ve never heard of finger knitting before, I wonder if I could tackle it….
Thanks for linking up to our Crafty Thursday Obsessions link up, hope to see you back this week 🙂
Oh this looks like so much fun!! I have to try it!
Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality! Can’t wait to see what you link up tomorrow!
Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop this week; I hope you’ll join us again!
Kathy Shea Mormino
The Chicken Chick
We love this Finger Knitted Necklace and you can use old T-Shirts as yarn for these projects. This project is very simple and will make a lovely accessory for your favorite outfits.