Finger Knitting Fun: 28 Cute, Clever, and Creative

Finger Knitting Fun: 28 Cute, Clever, and Creative Projects for Kids✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ Finger Knitting Fun: 28 Cute, Clever, and Creative Projects for Kids By Join or create book clubs ✸ – Knitting without needles is the perfect yarn craft project for kids Finger Knitting Fun 28 Cute Clever and Creative Projects for Kids is packed with instructions for creating imaginative jewelry uniue Knitting without needles is the perfect yarn Fun: 28 ePUB ¹ craft project for kids Finger Knitting Fun Cute Clever and Creative Projects for Kids is packed with instructions for creating imaginative jewelry uniue accessories trendy room dcor items andRenowned knitter and DIY expert Vickie Howell starts with easy finger knitting basics and techniues then offers finger knitting projects galore In addition to yarn projects also feature paracord ribbon jute and leather Make colorful necklaces fuzzy bracelets a chic headband and a cool beanie Decorate rooms and the outdoors with finger knitted pillows festive garlands and a bright wreath Get Finger Knitting eBook Ú practical and create a laundry line a bungee bauble for a backpack and a key ring The book includes complete step by step instructions and beautiful photos that will make learning new skills fun Tips and extra ideas are sure to spark creativity and promote success Turn knitted blossoms into coasters or use alternate materials for a variety of effects Projects are rated from levels one through three so its easy to find just the right fit Inside youll discoverTwothreeand four finger knitting techniuesMethods for joining new colors and strands of yarnHow to make cool cuffs with leather Knitting Fun: 28 Epub Ú lacingIdeas for yarn graffiti projectsTechniues for creating a chic frilly scarfHow to use T shirt yarn to make a stylish basket bagFinger knitting is the perfect activity for children and all you need to get started is a ball of yarn Start exploring the possibilities today.

Finger Knitting Fun: 28 Cute, Clever, and Creative
  • 96pages
  • Finger Knitting Fun: 28 Cute, Clever, and Creative Projects for Kids
  • Join or create book clubs
  • English
  • 08 October 2015
  • 1631590707

    10 thoughts on “Finger Knitting Fun: 28 Cute, Clever, and Creative

  1. says:

    This book is just okay not as exciting or straightforward as I had hoped My daughter loves to craft and loves making wearable items so I thought this would be great The projects are really pretty limited though and most of them reuire special materials The wearable products for example reuire leather lacing suede lacing paracord wool yarn velveteen ribbon ruffle yarn Only a few of them call for run of the mill midweight yarn I was expecting a book that my daughter pick up and do any project using simple yarn from around the houseIn addition most of the projects are very similar especially in the third section Use It Love It Basically you can make a finger knit rope anduse it for a clothesline or hang little lanterns from it or use it for a jump rope or sew it onto a pillow in a swirl design or I guess I was hoping for variety As for the wearables they really didn't appeal to my daughter Maybe at 5 one of the four varieties of finger knit necklace or three bracelets differing only in material would have been exciting but at 7 they were not enticing The one project she has really loved from this book is the little snakes she made one for each of her cousinsOn the plus side the first how to section of the book is well done The pictures and text very clearly illustrate finger knitting with two three or four fingers as well as two ways to tie off your project and additional skills like attaching a new color or stitching knit pieces together And the book itself is good uality well organized and attractive

  2. says:

    This book delivered it had way patterns in it then I expected from online previews My daughter is looking forward to raiding my yarn stash and making lots of snakes to give as gifts to neighborhood friends Vickie as always has an excellent eye for whats adorable fun and modern Also perfect for when you need projects to knit as giftsI remember finger knitting with cotton loops when I was a child and making a long chain that literally all around my house We would sit outside in the sun all summer long making the chain and giggling while we chatted about school and other silly things I have no idea what ever happened to that chain but I know every moment sitting in the sun with my friends was a priceless thing Hoping my daughter can have the same experience with this book as her guid and my endless stash as fuel

  3. says:

    At one of our Maker Mania days this past summer we had a finger knitting station I had purchased this book for the kiddos to use for inspiration There are few projects in the book that they could complete unfortunately the projects took longer than the time we had and still give them time to visit the other stations Finger knitting is a lot of fun for the kids and the projects in this book are ones kids can complete some may reuire a little adult help I will be adding this book to our school library and may place it in my Maker Space with some yarn

  4. says:

    This is a really cute book for introducing kids to knittingif you have a girl I bought this for my 8 year old son and he was so excited until he started flipping through it and noticed that there was only one boy pictured in the projects and three fourths of the projects were marketed towards girlsi do understand that girls knit but am very tried of the authors and publishers continuing to promote this in their books and patterns There could have been some different choices made here like marketing the sash as a belt for boys or maybe just not sticking flowers on everything and making it pink He wants to keep the book after I discussed how we could edit some of the patterns to be for boys but I really to shouldn't have to edit than half of the projects myself just to sell my child on it

  5. says:

    This actually doesn’t explain how to do the second line of finger knitting after the first line is done So I had to hop onto YouTube to learn Don’t get the book It’s not that exciting and the projects aren’t that inventive Would maybe be better for someone 10 and older or for a child who already knows how to sew Wasn’t that impressed with the book honestly

  6. says:

    I'm a knitter and a friend wanted me to teach her how She had a kit that didn't have the instructions So I looked up the instructions online and was introduced to finger knitting I had never heard of finger knitting before So simple even a child can do it and the projects are useful

  7. says:

    The pictures displayed on the book show that there are several young youth projects but some of the projects are complicated for the kids shown on the book I would say this is for 2nd 5th graders

  8. says:

    This book has clear instructions with accurate photos The project ideas have variety and appeal for elementary kids

  9. says:

    This will be a Christmas gift so too early to rate

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