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  • AECDesigns

    Finger knitting tutorial. Consider with fabric strips???

  • Kathy Tank

    The Enchanted Tree: Finger knitting and Hula Hoop weaving. Looks like a fun craft project!

  • Birgit Bruhns

    Fingerstricken, fingerstickning, fingerknitting

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Finger knitting tutorial

Finger Knitting - Taught the campers to do this at summer camp this year. It was a huge hit and a perfect filler for the early finishers. Use a pencil to save their place so they can go back to it at a later time.

finger knitting tutorial. must continue to do this with Cash. I think it will help his coordination.

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Finger knitting! This was fun and really fast (since I'm used to normal knitting) and it made a cute, really thin scarf. I actually made mine really long so I could double the thickness and then I turned it into an infinity scarf. Not bad :)

Finger knitting. I've done this for years. I make scarves and blankets with the "snakes", as I call them.

  • Jessika Ontiveros

    I'm not very clear how to start it off

  • Suzanne Waithaka

    I do mine a little differently than pictured. Tie a loop and put it on your thumb. Then wrap the long end of the yard (attached to the skein) over your first finger, under your middle finger, over your ring finger, around your pinkie, then under your ring finger, over your middle finger. Then wrap it around to the front of your first finger and across all four fingers so that the tail is hanging off the end of your pinkie. Your "needles" are now loaded. To make your first stitch, pick up the yarn wrapped around your pinkie and pull it off your pinkie (going over the yard that is wrapped over the entire hand). repeat for all four fingers, then wrap the yard around your hand again and repeat. In the picture, she is using two strands of yarn. I'd recommend starting with very soft and chunky yarn to give you something to hold onto and because rough yarn can give you a friction burn.

  • Jessika Ontiveros

    Okay thank you I got the hang of it now(:

finger knitting tutorial

I get asked about this all the time at work and not having done it since I was 6, I didn't remember.

  • Zoe Gladstone

    my students (especially the boys) can do this for hours. Really hours.

Tejido con los dedos para las nenas! --- Finger Knitting

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