The Finger Knit Sparkle Cowl is a fast, fun, and easy project. The cowl uses popular ruffle yarn in a different way. This is a great project for kids too, using just your fingers as a loom...plus the sparkles make it extra fun. If you have never tried finger knitting, I have included an easy video to get you started and make the entire project from beginning to end.
The Finger Knit Sparkle Cowl
By Jennifer Dickerson
- 1 Ball of Ruffle Yarn (blue cowl shown is Paton's Pirouette yarn, 20 yards, and purple cowl shown is Red Heart Sashay, 30 yards). Either yarn is a great choice for this project, the Pirouette (blue cowl) is a bit bulkier and has shorter yardage, producing a thicker and shorter cowl. The Sashay (purple cowl) is less bulky and had longer yardage per ball, so it yields a narrower longer finished piece)
- Scissors (if doing this project with very young kids, an adult should do the scissors part of the project)
- Your fingers!
- Blue cowl has a 35 inch circumference with knot.
- Purple cowl has a 60 inch circumference with knot.
- Using your hand (I use my less dominant hand to hold the project and my dominant hand to wind the yarn), make a finger knit "rope" until desired length or until you run out of the yarn. Both the blue and purple cowls I made were worked until I ran out of yarn.
- Fasten off to secure the "rope"
- Give everything a gentle, yet firm tug to straighten everything out.
- Tie ends together and either cut tails or weave them in with your fingers.
- All finished!
Note: Below is a full video tutorial, to make the project from start to finish.
Click below to watch a full video tutorial:
© Jennifer Dickerson 2014
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