Added Jan 10, 2011
Recently a friend on break from the Art Institute took 5 minutes to show me a technique I should’ve known years ago! Finger knitting is the easiest thing in the world and can be learned Here
This project is a few of my finished scarves (some felted and the rest left alone) which are on sale at Local Honey here in Nashville, and one which I wear on a daily basis. These are so perfect for layering, staying colorful, and getting some stitching done no matter where I am.
To felt or full a finger knit scarf, simply throw it in the washer with some clothes and hot water. Or do so by hand with a bit of dishsoap and very hot water. Block your fulled piece by steaming with an iron, DO NOT actually apply the iron.
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