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Arm Knitting 30 Minutes Infinity Scarf – DIY

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A beautiful knitted scarf can get you out of a huge problem if you feel your outfit is not suited or you are simply bored of it. A variety of scarves are indicated for every chic woman’s wardrobe, but these pieces can get quite expensive. Therefore, our advice is to try and do it yourself. If you are not skilled with knitting, today we will show you that skill is not necesary for hand knitting. This infinity scarf is a perfect project for a rainy afternoon and it only takes about 30 minutes to make, once you learn the trick.

You will need:
– 2 skeins of yarn – Super Bulky (as big the bulky number, as voluminous your scarf will be (this scarf is about 12 stitches wide and 20 to 25 links long).

Check out the videos below to find the procedure.

Arm Knitting 30 Minutes Infinity Scarf – DIY

Photo courtesy: 1. thekurtzcorner, 2. handimania.

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12 Comments

  1. I wish the video had be more to the point. The first 3 minutes were wasted on where to buy and how much the cost and some hair on her finger

  2. i loved this video. It made it look so easy and I’m going to be using this to make them for Christmas gifts! Thank you so much for making this video! And ignore the comment above me. You did great.

  3. Great tutorial! Thank you for sharing! Scarves for everyone this year! Lol thanks again this was very helpful! And the first three minutes weren’t a waste. Not your fault some people have the attention span of a squirrel. 🙂

  4. Thanks for sharing!!! I cannot wait to try!!! Was curious could u make less stitches and make it shorter for a little girl? Id like to make a smaller version for my 3 year old daughter!

  5. I loved your tutorial. It was very helpful. I need help though on a scarf that I made too long! How do I shorten it?? Or can I??

  6. I watched several tutorials and this one explained it the best. I made a scarf on the first try and plan on teaching my daughter. Great job – thanks!!

  7. Thanks for the videos! I’ll admit that I said a few “choice” words in the beginning when I was trying to get the hang of how to cast on but after that it was easy as pie ;). I’m pretty sure everyone I know will be getting one of these for Christmas, especially my co-workers.

  8. I was really intimidated to try this until I saw your video. You make the process look so easy! Can’t wait to go get my first colors of yarn…I think I see Christmas presents!

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