- 1). Hold the yarn in your left hand about eight inches from the end. Using your right hand, make a circle with the yarn, using your thumb and index finger to keep the circle from slipping.
- 2). Insert one of the knitting needles through the circle through the front side. Catch the longer piece of yarn on the end of your needle and pull it through to create a loop.
- 3). Pull both sides of the yarn knot gently, moving the bottom of the knot below the needle. Tighten the yarn knot and repeat the first two steps to make another knot next to the first one. This is called casting. You will need to make a total of 20 close, tight knots in the first row. Once this is complete, you have finished the top row of the scarf.
- 4). Grasp the needle that you used as the base for your casting with your left hand. Put the other needle in your right hand.
- 5). Put the point of the needle in your right hand just below the first loop on the left needle and put the right hand needle into the first loop under the left needle.
- 6). Hold both needles in a t-shape with your left hand. With your right hand, wrap the yarn under and around the non-casting needle and then place it between the two needles. Continue holding the yarn with your right hand, but slowly move that hand down to grasp the non-casting needle.
- 7). Push the yarn you just wrapped around the non-casting needle through the first loop on the casting needle. You will need to push the yarn through using your right hand needle.
- 8). Slip the knot you just pushed the yarn through off the left hand needle and onto the right hand needle. You should have one stitch on the right hand needle and 19 on the left hand needle. Repeat the process until all the stitches have moved to the right hand needle. You will now have two rows of the scarf. For the remaining rows, repeat steps 5 through 8 until you have reached your desired length.
EDITOR PICKS & Articles
- How to Fill Windshield Washer Fluid
- How to Repair Brake Pads on a Saturn 2000 SL1
- Instructions on Replacing Alternator Belts
- How to Replace My Brake Pads
- How to Fix Scratches on a 2008 Toyota Corolla
- BMW Auto Repair and Services
- How to Check the Coolant Level on a 2010 700 Grizzly Yamaha ATV
- How to Change the Serpentine Belt on a 2003 B3000 Mazda Truck
- How to Look for Wear or Leaks on Hoses and Clamps in a Ford Mustang
- Engine Specs of a Chevy Cobalt Supercharged
Subscribe to our newsletter
Sign up here to get the latest news, updates and special offers delivered directly to your inbox.
You can unsubscribe at any time
"Society & Culture & Entertainment" Categories
Arts & Crafts Business Books & Literature Culture Cultures & Groups Digital Art Comics & Animation Education Environmental Gambling Games History Hobbies & Science Holidays & party Horoscopes Jokes & Riddles Languages Movies Music News Society & Culture Other - Entertainment Performing Arts Photography Radio & Television Reading-Book Reviews Religion & Spirituality sports-Match Visual Arts Writing
Stay With Us