Arm Knit Your Own Throw in 45 Minutes

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6 Lessons (49m)
    • 1. Introduction

      0:49
    • 2. Required Materials

      0:33
    • 3. Casting On

      4:09
    • 4. Arm Knitting

      33:02
    • 5. Binding Off

      3:59
    • 6. Weaving In The Ends

      6:35
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26 of 27 students recommend this class
Donna McGuinness

Hand Quilting: From Basics to Appliqué & Beyond

I am an avid knitter and this is something I've never heard of and can't wait to make a blanket without needles!!
This looks like fun and it's well taught. The only problem is the teacher says "Keep it tight because you don't want it to look like a fishing net." And the yarn she chose makes it look like a fishing net! It's not the same as the throw in the promo, which is normal, extra chunky yarn.
super easy
Great overview of the basics of arm knitting! Easy to follow instructions. Did not really need to see the whole blanket be knitted; a couple rows would have been sufficient. That said, it's easy to skip ahead to the next part. Looking forward to trying this project :)