How to knit a scarf just using your fingers!
Guest Post by Jamie
Winter is coming and I think we have all learned from the brutal winter we had last year that you can never have too many scarves. If you don’t have the budget to buy your scarves, don’t worry…you can make your own! Don’t knit? That is totally OK because you don’t need to know how to knit. Just follow these easy steps below.
1. Start by creating a slipknot and placing it around your thumb.
2. Take the working end of the yarn and weave it over your pointer finger, under your middle finger, over your ring finger and under your pinky.
3. Wrap the working yarn under your pinky and weave it back through your fingers this time going over the pinky, under your ring finger, over the middle finger and back over your pointer finger.
4. Repeat this weaving process again so that you have two loops on each of your fingers (except your thumb).
5. Taking the loop that is closest to the palm of your hand and lift it up over the top loop and off of your finger. Do this with each finger.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 until you reach the desired length of your scarf.
7. To remove the scarf from your hand, take the loop on your pointer finger and transfer it over to your middle finger. Remove the original loop that was on the middle finger by slipping it over your finger.
8. Repeat the process of transferring each loop and removing the first.
9. Once to the last loop cut off any excess yarn, leaving a 2-3 inch tail. Use the tail and slip it through the loop and gently tie a knot.
Cut off any excess yarn and your are done!