Cold weather makes me want to stay inside and knit all the things. Or finger knit all the things. Like these One-Hour Finger Knit Infinity Scarves.
Finger knitting is great because you don’t need any supplies other than some yarn and your fingers. And it’s super simple. (If you’ve never tried finger knitting before see my finger knitting tutorial here.)
I typically do finger knitting on three fingers, but you can also do it with two or four fingers as well. Here are two finger knit strands side by side for some comparison. The one on the left is two strands of yarn held together and finger knit on three fingers. The one on the right is four strands of yarn held together and finger knit on four fingers.
You’ll want to finger knit a nice long piece of work. Wrap it around your neck as you go along so see if it’s long enough for your scarf. For the scarf on the right I used about 2 skeins of yarn. One skein of black yarn, divided in half (or pulling from the inside and outside of the skein as you work) and one skein of colored yarn worked the same way. For the wintery (or ‘Frozen’ inspired) blue and white scarf I used about half a skein of each color.
Once you’re finger knitting is as long as you want it to be, knot the beginning and end of your work together and weave in the ends.
Then I started looping my work to turn it into a finished infinity scarf. The final touch was a handmade (by my Dad!) leather cuff. I’ll have to see if I can get him to teach me how to make them.
I added a simple suede leather cuff to my wintery infinity scarf and a pink studded leather cuff (seriously, how fun is that cuff) to my brightly colored infinity scarf.
Each scarf took about an hour from start to finish. A quick and easy knit project that you can do in an afternoon or evening.
Then you’ll have something new and fun to wear when it’s cold outside!
Want to see a video tutorial for how to make these? You’re in luck! I’ll be demonstrating how to make these One-Hour Finger Knit Infinity Scarves during the Cheers to the New Year Facebook Live Event! (And there are GIVEAWAYS happening all day!)
You are invited to the Cheers to the New Year Facebook Live Event on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 from 9 am – 7 pm CST.
It’s a day filled with your favorite bloggers – 19 to be exact! Each one teaching a subject that they are passionate about. Topics include fitness, easy recipes, crafting, entertaining, organizing, ways to save money and much more. That’s only a preview of all the fun things in store for the day. Simply follow everyone’s Facebook page and engage with them throughout the day. As a gift for tuning in, each Facebook Live session is giving away a fun giveaway item.
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Cheers to the New Year Facebook Live Event Schedule
Tuesday, January 10 – Schedule includes time, Facebook Page, topic & giveaway item
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9:00 AM Dukes and Duchesses – How to make referee food tags for Super Bowl ($25 Starbucks Gift Card)
9:30 AM Ginger Casa – How to make a Kids Football Craft ($25 Dunkin Donuts Gift Card)
10:00 AM Julie Measures -How to make One-Hour Finger Knit Infinity Scarves (Michael’s Gift Card)
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3:30 PM And Hattie Makes Three
4:00 PM The Java Mama – Valentine’s Day Craft & Printable (Starbucks Gift Card)
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7:00 PM Mommy’s Minivan Monologues – Travel Tips for the New Year (Dunkin Donuts Gift Card)
7:30 PM Weekends Count – Evening Homeschool – 25 Ways to Teach Your Child at Home for Under $5 a Week
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Tania // Run to Radiance says
This is so cool! I had no idea you could knit with fingers! Putting this on my list of things to try! 🙂
That looks fun. I love the colors!
So much fun, a great project for kids to make for their moms! thanks for sharing on craft schooling sunday, great to reconnect in 2016!
Ana Love Craft says
Wishing you a year full of creativity and fun projects!
Hugs and love from Portugal,
Ana Love Craft
Jessy @ The Life Jolie says
What a great project- I can’t wait to make one!
Would love to try this sometime! Thank you for linking up with us at Snickerdoodle Sunday! Pinning and tweeting to share!
Cheryl Pahowski says
I love your Owl Hat, easy to knit and looks great when finished. Thank you.
This is lovely! Thanks for sharing it at Inspire Me Monday at Create With Joy!
Just stopped by to let you know that I featured this on my Round Tuit post this week!
Thanks again for linking up! Hope you have a great week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
Jamie (TigerStrypes) (@satrntgr) says
That looks amazing!! Pinned it to try one day. Thank you for sharing it at the #HomeMattersParty
The DIY Homegirl says
I’ve always wanted to try these! I really like the leather cuff you added. It gives the scarf a unique touch. Thanks for sharing!
These are so cute! I need to try out finder knitting!
This gorgeous finger knitting fall wreath is the newest addition to the Spooky Saturdays series, and it is brought to us by the wonderfully talented Julie over at Julie Measures . Isn t it just yummy?! Let s turn the time over to her!