Knit With Hannah: Beginner's First Scarf

Hannah Gilly, Knit With Hannah

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6 Videos (40m)
    • Knit a scarf introduction

      2:34
    • Choosing materials for your project

      5:46
    • Casting On

      10:17
    • Knitting the Scarf

      12:51
    • Casting Off

      4:08
    • Finishing the Teddy Bear Scarf

      4:40

About This Class

Knit along with Hannah to create a scarf for your teddy-bear or any soft toy in your life! Hannah will take you through the steps for your very first knitting project, from choosing the yarn, deciding which needles to knit with, to finishing with a scarf to be proud of.

All the methods are carefully introduced with step-by-step instructions including how to hold the needles and yarn and how to actually put stitches on the needle so you can start knitting. All the questions you wanted to ask are answered right here.

Step one...Choose your yarn and needles with the help of video 2. Show us your choices once you've rummaged through your craft supplies or been to the local wool store.

Step two...Cast on with the help of video 3. I'll guide you through putting stitches on the needle so that you can start your project. Show your success with everyone in the project gallery

Step three...Knit your scarf. Continue to create stitches in rows and follow along with me in video 4. As you make progress let us see how you're getting along and ask me any questions here as you go.

Step four...Finish your scarf by removing the stitches from the needles with Casting Off video 5, then complete your project with video 6 to sew in the loose ends of yarn.

You've finished! Show us your finished scarf and the proud owner with photos in the project gallery.


Music used on intro: Far Behind by Silent Partner

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Hannah Gilly

Knit With Hannah

Hannah has been avidly knitting since she was five-years-old. While teaching herself various techniques and styles of knitting she realised how sometimes the written patterns didn't quite suit her needs, so Hannah began writing her own fashion accessories patterns in 2008. She sold the items and gave them as gifts and now sells the patterns.

Always being the one who her friends turn to in times of knitting crisis and having taught a few people from scratch, Hannah has begun tutoring professionally and is passionate about securing the art of knitting in everyday life for generations to come.