8 Designs for Knitting: Free Patterns for Beginners and Easy Knitting Stashbusters
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How to Arm Knit: Arm Knitting Tutorials and Patterns
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If you love the look of knitting but self-identify as lacking patience, arm knitting is the craft for you. Delightfully simple, learning to arm knit is a great way to dip your toes into the waters of knitting without getting frustrated by the large amounts of time needed to create a standard knitted project. Arm knitting is easy, and the best part is that you only need to make a minimal investment to cast on: you only need some yarn and a good pair of arms to start knitting! Don’t miss your chance to learn this fun and easy craft.
Arm knitting has taken the crafting world by storm; it’s an easy way to introduce everyone—adults and kids alike—to the joys of knitting. Armed with these simple patterns and top notch tutorials, you’ll be able to teach anyone how to arm knit. Start by watching the video below and then looking through the written tutorial; once you have a good idea of how arm knitting works, you’ll be able to cast on with confidence. Why not call up some friends and learn together? Crafting doesn’t have to be a solitary activity, and you’ll all love showing off your new arm knit projects.
How to Arm Knit from Start to Finish (plus Cowl Pattern) - If you like to have your tutorials written out, we this fantastic tutorial, complete with step out photos, is just what you're looking for. Geared towards beginners, this handy guide will have you arm knitting in no time. Grab a few skeins of yarn and get ready for some crafty fun.
7 Arm Knitting Patterns
Once you get the hang of the basics, it's time to move onto some patterns. You can make just about anything with your new skill.
Stellar Arm Knit Cowl - Go for an effortlessly elegant look with this simple cowl pattern.
15 Minute Arm Knit Infinity Scarf (additional video tutorial included) - Perfect as a last minute gift, this quick and easy scarf will lend any outfit a rustic element.
Easiest Arm Knit Cowl Ever (additional video tutorial included) - If you want to dip your feet into arm knitting, you can't go wrong with this delightfully easy pattern. You'll find lots of arm knitting support in this pattern, including a video tutorial.
Sailor's Infinity Cowl (step out photos and video tutorial included) - The nautical look never goes out of style, and this understated cowl will certainly become a stand-by favorite.
30 Minute Arm Knit Fringe Scarf - Quick projects are always a delight. This fringed scarf would make a last minute gift or project for a beginner.
One Hour Arm Knit Blanket - Amaze your friends and family with a delightful, thick blanket. You'll love the satisfaction you get from creating a blanket in one afternoon.
Arm Knit Knotted Cowl (video tutorials included)- This down to earth cowl will look great with any outfit. Knit the cowl in a matter of hours and wear it later the same day.
Don't miss on even more arm knitting fun. These Simple Arm Knitting Patterns will have you running out to the yarn store. You'll find plenty of inspiring ideas in this collection of arm knitting patterns.
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Nov 29, 2014
I noticed there isn't any pattern for a toy hammock...one of the things I have been making for years or rugs
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