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  • How To – Arm Knit a Fringe Scarf in 30 Minutes

    Posted on July 22, 2013 by in DIY Projects, Knit and Crochet
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    I’m back with a new arm knitting tutorial! This time instead of sewing the ends together and making an infinity scarf we will be making a long scarf and adding fringe on the ends.

    I have included a video tutorial and few pictures of the finished product.

     

     

     

    The yarn I used:

    I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial. Check back for more patterns soon!

    Other arm knitting videos:

    http://www.simplymaggie.com/how-to-arm-knit-a-blanket-in-one-hour

    http://www.simplymaggie.com/arm-knitting-how-to-updated

    -Simply Maggie

14 Responses so far.

  1. Ellie says:

    Great job! Love the color you choose.

  2. Kate Thompson says:

    Girl! Your house and your knitting! I wish you lived near me, I think we would be best buds! hahaahah I LOVE reading your blog and love all your projects and style!!!! Reader for life here!!! And….now I gotta go try this! I love knitting just never tried it this way! Totally gotta give it a go!! :D

  3. Jennifer says:

    Thanks so much for sharing! I have only knitted a dishcloth before, so I am definitely a novice knitter. You made this easy to learn. I had no trouble following your instructions. I love how mine turned out. Quick and easy! I plan on making many more.

  4. Arm scarf with fringe
    You only need two bernat roving yarn number five bulky wt
    That is all
    Because. Where does the lion brandy silky twist yarn go

    Thank yoy

  5. For the fringe scarf I need only two bernat roving number five Bulky
    Where does the lion brandy silky twist come in
    Thank you

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  7. Linda says:

    Do you think this is too girly for a guy?

  8. Abby says:

    Help! I have been trying to arm knit a scarf (fringe not infinity) and I keep getting stuck with this same problem. After I finish casting on I begin knitting onto my left arm. While doing this the yarn between my two hands keeps getting longer and longer. I cannot figure out how to tighten that into the process. After my first row is done I have this long loop hanging off the end (that same bit of yarn) and I still can’t tighten it into the scarf in any way. Please help.

  9. colleen says:

    HI ! loving the arm knitting !! its freezing cold up here in Alberta and cant wait to make for everyone i know ! BUT….. i keep getting the one side perfect while the other ends up with big loops on the end row ?? help ! is it my tension ?

    • Maggie says:

      Hello. Do you mean just the very last (bind off row)? Or the last few rows? Just try to keep it as tight as you can on your arms and everything should look even.

  10. ellie h says:

    Really learnd a lot from watching videos – gave me the confidence to do a winter project.

  11. alan says:

    Can I do this with number 50 needles and using the knit stic?

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