I wanted my first project to be simple, easy, and fun. I thought what better way than to start by finger knitting, which embodies those three things.
2 balls of Red Heart Loop it Yarn (Any Color)
1) Clip the center of the first 3 loops of yarn create a longer tail.
2) Count out the first 10 loops that start from the tail. You can count out less loops if you want it smaller or more loops if you want it larger, however, the instructions will focus on a scarf consisting of 10 stitches.
3) Take the 11th loop and insert it into the 10th loop
Take the 12th loop and insert it into the 9th loop
Continue inserting across the row until you have inserted loops into each of the original 10 loops. Make sure you don’t skip any loops, or you’ll have to start from the beginning.
4) When you get to the end of the row move to the next row and work back across to the other side by inserting loops into the loops that you just worked on.
**You do not need to turn the scarf over to start the new row. This will cause a problem with the pattern**
5) Continue to insert loops into your work creating new rows. When you are done with the first ball if you want a longer scarf you will need to add a new ball of yarn by inserting the new loops into the loops from the first ball of yarn.
1) Clip approximately 5 loops to create a long tail.
2) Turn the scarf over and line the ends up together.
3) Insert the string through the first two loops and put a knot in it to keep it in place.
4) Insert the string in and out of the loops until you get all the way across as if you are sewing them together.
5) At the end add another knot and trim the tail off your work. Be careful not to cut the actual scarf.