DIY Arm Knitting Scarf (Video)

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Winter is coming and a lot of us are wondering what we will do to wear in order to be fashionable and protect ourselves from the cold at the same time. If you weren’t a DIY enthusiast until now, you will change your allegiance after you see this cute and useful project. We present the Knitted Scarf which will save you from a nasty sore throat during this cold season. With an accessory like this you will not just be warm but also look trendy. And this isn’t the only impressive thing about the scarf. The tools being used in the manufacturing process are your own hands! So, don’t wait until the harsh weather and snow has already hurt your skin, throat or neck. Literally put your hands to good use and knit a simple DIY scarf. Follow the tutorial, use the photos as helping guideline and your new winter accessory will be done in no time. The photos in this collage belong to Anne Weil (flax and twine) and in the below you can find the entire tutorial..

Arm Knitting for Beginners

>Flax and twine – Arm Knitting How-To<

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11 Responses to “DIY Arm Knitting Scarf (Video)”

  1. Dianne says:

    One question–how can you stop for awhile? Do you HAVE to finish it in one sitting?? I am guessing you must because there is no way to “set it down”!

    • Ingrid says:

      Hi!
      You can just put something trough the loops on your arm, like a band or a line, and let the knitting rest on that. When you want to pick up the knitting, you just run your arm trough the loops, and you get going again. I use a belt, so that I can close the belt, and avoid loosing any of my masks. Good luck! 🙂

    • Wini says:

      If you make the loops on your arm extra loose, you can slide them off your arm and set it aside in a safe place. Then when you’re ready to resume, you can slide it back on your arm and tighten them back up again. If you’re nervous about losing the stitches, you can buy stitch holders at any dollar store with knitting products

    • Laura says:

      I use a broom handle or dowel rod.

  2. Mimi says:

    Hi,
    How much wool am I going to need?

    • Susan says:

      you need 2 skeins #6 bulky of about 300gr.

      • Susan says:

        You can also use 3 skeins if you want it fuller. You will not use all of the wool though depending if you’re making a cowl or infinity scarf. You cast on between 10 and 12 stitches and go as long as you like it.

  3. Danielle says:

    I managed this tonight and I’m totally useless with knitting and crochet! So excited. Did it in probably 15 minutes. Very good craft to get a child to do too I would imagine!

  4. Michelle says:

    Is the first slipknot done in the center of the strands? Doesn’t say how for up to start..

  5. Kimaya Sharon says:

    I have never seen this kind of creativity to knitting a scarf. Without use any needle or equipment you make a great piece of knitting scarf. I’m completely speechless after seeing your talent.

  6. Lexi says:

    Hey,
    I tried doing the craft and it worked out so good. I loved it. I will probably wear it a lot. Well thanks for coming up with this it was really fun.

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