But, I will have to say, no one was very impressed.
It was just something to teach kids, to keep them busy.
I have rediscovered it and have really enjoyed doing it again.
Arm Knitting is a very cool technique and once you learn it,
there are lots of projects you can do with it.
Here is What I did.
Arm Knit Cowl Pattern By Sara Sach
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Skill: Easy and fun
1 skein of Bulky ( 6) yarn - I used Woolease, thick and Quick
A Pair of Scissors
Size: 4 inches wide X 36 inches long
We are using 3 strands of yarn at the same time.
I wound my skein of yarn into 3 balls to make it easier to work with.
slide that slip knot onto our arm.
5. Slip the 1st loop over the yarn in your hand, then slip that loop onto your other arm.
Repeat 4 and 5 - 3 more times for 4 loops.
Gently pull the scarf down after each row.
To bind off - Wrap the yarn across your hand, Slip the loop onto your arm.
Repeat For the 2nd loop, then slip the 1st loop over the 2nd loop.
Repeat For the next 3 loops, cut yarn about 16 inches long.
Slip the yarn end through the last loop and tie off.
Tie the ends together and make a bow.
Place the bow in the back or front. How ever you like.
I decided to make a video since it is every difficult to describe what I did to make this cowl.
It is so much easier then it looks in these steps.
Check out the video.