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Arm Knitting How-To Photo Tutorial and PDF (flax & twine

This is it! You're so close to being done. Just a few loose ends to tie up and your basic arm knitting skills will be complete! You've reached Part 4: Finishing Arm Knitting of a 4 part arm knitting tutorial. If you're looking for another part, you will find it here: Part 1:... #armknit #cowl #fast

Finger knitting for kids! There are some really cool projects you can make from the finger knitting "tails", like rugs, etc.!

Arm Knit a Blanket in 45 Minutes | simplymaggie.com The fastest way to knit a chunky style blanket.

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Finger Knitting Projects

Here are 6 different finger knitting project ideas, that are good particularly this time of the year

An excellent finger-knitting tutorial, showing the difference between 1-, 2-, and 5-strand scarves made with the finger-knitting process.

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How To Finger Knit Lots of Easy Projects To Try

Finger Knit Scarf instructions - fun grandkid visit project. http://thewhoot.com.au/whoot-news/crafty-corner/finger-knitting

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Hoodie Cowl Pattern by Knit Collage - Craftsy

Knitting: Hoodie Cowl Pattern

Finger knitting on "toes" . This is a good tutorial of finger knitting and good if you have to leave it in the middle of your work. http://fashion.onblog.at/en/knit-with-fingers-make-a-scarf-without-knitting-needles

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How to Easy Beginners Knit and Purl Hat Knitting Pattern

easy knit hat.. not so easy unless one can knit.. wish i could have even tension... and could knit

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Top Down Wrist Warmer Pattern

Loom Knitting - Wrist, Hand & Finger Warmers -- using the smallest round loom -- (I made 3 sets of these. Second and third ones without thumb holes. I like those better because I move the warmers up and down my hands/arms depending on where I am cold. I also made them longer to fit from my elbow to four inches past my fingers. I fold the excess length over, to add additional warmth. Love these! I am gonna use this pattern, with a larger loom, to make leg warmers. So easy, fast and fun…