How To Finger Knit For Beginners

Finger Knitting is so much fun and a great beginner project the whole family will love. You will love this easy technique. Be sure to watch the video tutorial now.

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Who would have thought that you could create amazing results knitting with your fingers. It’s hard to believe isn’t it?

We were bowled over when we discovered this popular technique and we were surprised at all the cute things you can make in next to no time. This is a great way to introduce yourself to the knitting world. It’s also the ideal project to share with the kids too.

via Little Bird SOS

It’s essentially an under and over technique that results in a rope type texture. You can add as many rows as you like.

The final part is learning how to cast off and get it off your fingers, while saving your project. The photos above from Little Bird SOS show you the basics. The Blogger, Lisa Pidgeon, created an award winning tutorial that we have included below.

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How To Finger Knit Video Tutorial

Lisa’s video tutorial is made specifically for beginners. It’s easy to follow and she has some excellent tips and tricks that you won’t want to miss. Click Play above to watch now ^

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Finger Knitting Fun for KidsThere are finger knitting pattern books on Etsy and Amazon.

We have also come across the above version that has 28 fun finger knitting ideas for the whole family. You can get yours here.

We have another very popular post on our site. Learn how to finger knit all sorts of things including a rainbow scarf, snake bookmark, butterfly, animal ears and so much more. It’s filled with the cutest ever projects and you will love them. You can view the post here.

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This Infographic from Jen Lange of  Baristanet Family is a good one to Pin and they have a full tutorial available on their site.

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