Arm Knitting: How to Make a 30-Minute Infinity Scarf and Other Great Projects
There’s a new craze sweeping the knitting world. Arm knitting is the fun way to make a gorgeous, chunky-knit scarf in only 30 minutes, using your arms instead of knitting needles. Why not try it out? This book makes it so easy to whip up simple and stylish scarves, cowls, wraps, and capes.
Paperback: 48 pages
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing (March 15, 2014)
Reviews & Press:
A unique method of knitting is to use the arms instead of knitting needles. “Arm Knitting” by knitting expert Mary Beth Temple is a 48 page, fully illustrated, thoroughly ‘user friendly’ instruction manual in which is laid out fifteen original arm knitting based projects ranging from a Fringe Knotted Stitch Scarf; to a Color Block Wrap; to a Striped Knotted Stitch Capelet. Of special note is the instructive commentary on how to get started with respect to arm knitting. Informed, informative, and ideal for use by both the novice as well as the more experienced knitter, “Arm Knitting” is extraordinary and highly recommended for personal and community library Needlecraft reference collections.
If you need to knit something in a hurry, arm knitting is a way to go. Quick and simple, this activity is a great way to get a project done before an upcoming deadline (holiday knitting, anyone?) or introduce new knitters to the craft. It helps to have a handy guide on your crafty adventure, since switching from your needles to your arms can be a bit of an adjustment. Mary Beth Temple’s Arm Knitting is the perfect introduction to arm knitting. Temple’s friendly instructions make the craft easy for anyone to understand…
IN STITCHES: Use your arms as knitting needles; Review: ‘Arm Knitting’ by Mary Beth Temple
Easy Patterns for Quick Arm Knit Cowls and More Learn how to knit with your arms and try out 15 patterns for scarves, cowls, capes and shawls.
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Finger Knitting: Fast, Easy & Fun Scarves and Accessories to Make
Learn to Finger Knit! Finger knitting is the amazingly simple process of knitting with only your fingers, instead of with traditional knitting needles. It s the ultimate on-the-go, take-it-with-you craft.Finger knitting is so easy to learn, and no special equipment is required. All you need is some yarn and your own two hands. Whether you re searching for a new creative experience, looking to make impressive gifts, or just stuck in a needle-free airport, Finger Knitting is the book for you. With clear instructions and colorful step-by-step photos, author Mary Beth Temple demonstrates the basic finger knitting techniques that you need to know. She shows you how to make 13 totally cute projects, from bracelets, necklaces, scarves, belts, and headbands, to wreaths, coasters, rugs, and pillows. So warm up those digits and let s get started! Discover how to knit anywhere WITHOUT knitting needles 13 easy, fast, and fun projects Clear step-by-step photos and instructions Make stylish bracelets, necklaces, scarves, belts, and headbands Knit totally cute wreaths, coasters, rugs, and pillows”
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