Can you finger knit a hat?
Things You’ll Need
A rainy day and a ball of yarn can transform boredom to a warm, fuzzy project they have knit themselves, literally by hand. Once you create a string of finger knit stitches, a few more steps to sew them together and you can produce wearable items, like a hat.
What’s the best cast on method?
The long tail cast-on is one of the most common cast-on methods. This is because it’s extremely versatile. While it helps create an even edge (something that can sometimes be difficult to create with the single cast-on method), it’s also a great cast-on to use on projects in which you may want a fairly elastic edging.
Why is my finger knitting so loose?
Finger knitting can become loose if the stitches and loops are given too much yarn, it can also happen when using yarn that if much thinner as it is harder to get a tighter finish on the loops. To fix this you can pull your yarn to tighten the knit after each row.