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30 Minute Arm Knitted Scarf

30 Minute Arm Knitted Scarf

Create a warm and cozy 30 Minute Arm Knitted Scarf in the time it takes to watch your favorite television show. Arm knitting projects are perfect for anyone who is on the go - all you need is some yarn and, well, your own arm. This is actually a great way for kids to discover their love for knitting. Once you discover arm knitting patterns like this one, you'll realize why so many people love this style. Best of all, this scarf is super stylish and looks like something you could find in a store. In fact, everyone will want to know where you bought such a stylish accessory. The next time you find yourself with a skein of yarn and a free half hour, work on this scarf.

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Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Gauge0 stitches, 0 rows, 0 inches.

Materials:

  • 1 skein Bernat Mega Bulky Yarn
  • Scissors

 

Instructions

  1. First, cast on, starting with a slip knot. I cast on 12 loops to create mine nice and wide.

  2. Next, begin knitting back and forth.

  3. Cast off when you are at about 3 feet of knitted scarf. Make sure to leave a good length of yarn once you tie and cut it after securing your cast off row.

  4. Fold the scarf in half, lining up the ends as best as possible.

  5. Using the remaining length of yarn, weave it in and out, sewing both sides together. Tie off at the end and cut any remaining excess.

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I have the same problem with arm knitting. I think my problem is I don't keep the tension the same every time, so parts of the scarf are loose and parts are okay. I love the scarves made with arm knitting because they look so nice with the chunky yarn. I will try again. At least you can undo what you've done and start over if you feel the scarf isn't looking as good as you want it to.

I love the look of arm chair knitting, but mine never seems to come out looking like it does in the picture. I dont know if it is because my arms are too big, or if I am just not doing it correctly. Is anyone else having the same problem? For me, it is not as easy as it looks.

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