Finger knitting scarf

So lately I looked up how to knit without needles. There is a nice tutorial on youtube:

Normal finger knitting just gives you a long "snake". I figured out how to join different rows to a scarf. Here you can see the 5 joined rows (yes, I didn't do the first row very well).

The scarfs rolls itself together, but it looks quiet good.

Making time: about 2 evenings.

How to join rows:

Make a normal row. When you have done that you pull this row a bit apart. You will see that your row has two edges which consist of loops.

Start your second row, weaving one time around your fingers. Before weaving a second time, slide one of the side loops of the first (finished) row over your pinky.
Then weave the wool around your fingers. Now you should have two loops on each finger (as in the normal knitting), but on your pinky you have the loops of your first row between those loops.
When lifting the bottom loop over top loop (the normal knitting) you just have to lift the bottom two loops on your pinky over the top loop.
Repeat. At the end you have something like this.

3 comentarios:

S dijo...

The question is, how did you figure out how to join different rows to a scarf?

Martin dijo...
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S dijo...

Thank you!