Finger knitting is often taught to children because it’s a bit easier than manipulating knitting needles. But, this craft is also perfect for adults who need a quicker alternative to traditional knitting. Check out our roundup of fun finger knitting projects that people of all ages will love!
Love Wall Art
If you’ve never tried finger knitting before, Housing a Forest has an easy to follow tutorial for beginners. When you’re finished, you can turn your knitting into pretty wall art for your home!
Finger Knit Jump Rope
Finger knit a new playground toy with this easy DIY skipping rope project. Complete instructions are at Hobby Craft.
Make a new necklace to jazz up your favorite outfit using string and a few colorful beads. CD Muckosky shows you how on her blog.
Chunky Finger Knit Necklace
If you prefer the chunky look, Thanks, I Made It has a tutorial for a jersey fabric yarn necklace made with finger knitting and two brass plumbing couplings.
Recycle an old t-shirt by turning it into a colorful finger knit bracelet. Vanessa Christenson has the tutorial on her blog.
Finger Knit Trivet
Use natural cotton rope to make a pretty trivet for your kitchen. This project can be completed in about half an hour. Learn more at Flax and Twine.
Need a new bath mat? Try using fabric yarn to finger knit and weave one that that perfectly matches your room decor. A Beautiful Mess explains how.
Chunky Ear Warmer
Don’t let the winter chill get you down! Simply Maggie has a fab video tutorial explaining how to make a finger knit ear warmer in the color of your choice in just 15 minutes.
Finger Knit Infinity Scarf
Keep yourself warm or make a pretty gift for a friend with this easy finger knit infinity scarf pattern using bulky weight yarn. B.hooked Crochet has the full instructions.
Finger Knit Animal Ears
If you’re searching for an adorable handmade baby shower gift, these finger knit animal ears certainly fit the bill. The Kurtz Corner shows you how to make them in just 30 minutes.