Try out a new challenge this year and learn how to arm knit. Arm knitting is pretty much what it seems, knitting with your arms and some fabric or bulky yarn. Arm Knitting will allow you to create a beautiful poofy scarf that you can wear to keep warm or to add to your everyday wardrobe. These scarves also make wonderful gift items for family and friends.
Even if you have never knitted or crochet in your life you can easily learn how to knit a scarf using your arms in 20 to 30 minutes with easy instructions and videos. The steps are making a slip knot with your fabric or yarn, and that will be your basis for starting the scarf and create the same loop five more times onto your arm. Once you have that completed the steps are pretty simple for creating your scarf. I strongly suggest watching the video on the website where the Arm Knit Scarf Kit is available.
If you are thinking about knitting your first arm scarf I would suggest purchasing a Arm Knit Scarf Kit like the one found here.
Let’s talk about the chiffon and the kit. This kit will have three hanks of our assorted chiffon. Each skein is different which makes your finished project a one of a kind art piece that you can wear. The chiffon is light and floaty, and the colors are vibrant, varied, and impactful. Each chiffon ribbon hank is 100 grams which gets you over 80 yards of ribbon. The ribbons are a mixed bag of silk and polyester.
Each kit makes a one-of-a-kind scarf so if you love colors or hate colors, leave your preferences in a little note during check out so you can obtain the perfect colors for your scarf.
The next thing to do is to watch the video on the site about arm knitting and How to Arm Knit found on the same page as the arm knit kit. How to Arm Knit Video.