Arm Knitting November 28, 2017 Share 1 Tweet Pin 11 You don’t have to know anything about knitting to make a beautiful arm knit scarf! Here is part one of this how to arm knit step by step tutorial. Be sure to check out all the pictures and watch the instruction video tutorial. The instructions for Part 5 – Binding Off are below or you can jump all the way to the bottom to watch the video. You can see the other parts these step-by-step arm knitting instructions here: Part 1: How to Make a Slip Knot Part 2: Cast On Row One Part 3: Work Row Two Part 4: Repeat to Length Part 6: Joining the Ends What You Need: This scarf is a really quick and easy project. You’ll only need about an hour of time, a little practice, and of course, your two arms. I’ve found the best results in using two strands of bulky yarn at the same time. Here are a few of the bulky weight yarns I recommend: Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Lion Brand Hometown USA more bulky yarn options You’ll need two skeins of bulky yarn at approximately 100 yards each. Arm Knit Infinity Scarf Cowl Measurements The infinity scarf/cowl is the best project to start when learning how to arm knit. Your finished scarf/cowl will measure approximately 60″ long (before joining) and 12″ wide. How to Arm Knit Instructions: Part 5 Step 1: With all the stitches on your left arm, create two stitches on the right arm as depicted in Step 3. Step 2: Drop the working yarn. With your left hand, grab the stitch closest to your elbow on the right arm and pull it over the other stitch. Pick up the working yarn again and knit one more stitch on your right arm (you should now have two stitches again). Drop the working yarn and pull the stitch closest to your elbow over the other stitch. Continue this process until all the stitches are off your left arm and you have one remaining stitch on your left arm. Step 3: Remove the last loop from your right arm and pull to make a large loop (this protects from accidentally pulling out previous stitches). Step 4: Measure out 4′ on the working yarn and cut. Pull the working yarn up through the large loop you created and pull tight like a knot. Watch the Full Video! Isn’t this cute?! Check out this super cute t-shirt… She who dies with the most yarn wins! Tell the world how much you love yarn! Click here to make this shirt yours.