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20 mins

Finger Knitting
Love the look of a big chunky necklace, but don’t want all the weight? Using finger knitting for your jewelry making is the perfect solution. This simple necklace captures the look of a statement piece without the extra weight, and the fuzzy yarn will feel great against your skin!

Approximate length:
36" (90cm) at longest point

The project shown uses Lion Brand® Yarn Wool-Ease® Thick & Quick® (6oz./106yd. [170g/97m]), 1 skein each #303 Constellation (Color A), #301 Celebration (Color B), #306 Poinsettia (Color C).

Posted by Fox Chapel Publishing Published See Fox Chapel Publishing's 13 projects » © 2024 Mary Beth Temple / Fox Chapel Publishing · Reproduced with permission.
  • Step 1

    How to finger knit - http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/how-to-finger-knit-2

    Using Color A, finger knit on 4 stitches for 20" (50cm). Bind off.
    Using Color B, finger knit on 4 stitches for 28" (70cm). Bind off.
    Using Color C, finger knit on 4 stitches for 36" (90cm). Bind off.
    Weave in all ends.

  • Step 2

    Arrange the finger knit pieces with the ends even in the order of A, B, C from left to right. Cut a piece of hook-and-loop tape the same length as the width of these 3 pieces and affix the hook side on top of the ends.

    Turn the pieces 180 degrees so they are in the order of C, B, A from left to right. Even up the other set of ends, keeping the pieces parallel. Attach the loop side of the hook-and-loop tape to the underside of the ends.

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