Interesting. I think my granddaughters could learn that.
That whole link is just fabulous! So many beautiful creations! Thanks for the post...have saved it. Have seen that 'rope' yarn at Michael's and now, feel it would be fun to hand knit..which really means knit with your hands. :thumbup: :thumbup:
I'm a big girl - 6', 270# - but nothing could get me to attempt to wear such a scarf!
However, I can easily see it and size 50 needles used to teach basic knitting or a particular technique, especially to a classroom.
I found that fascinating so thanks,i cant imagine making more than one,but who knows what they'll come up with next.
Oh wow JJ you are 6ft tall,unreal,i have a 6ft 1" friend in NC.
I have some preschool students who would love to do this...great for small and gross motor skills
Interesting and different. You could make a braided oval rug with it.
I've seen it all now. What will they think of next.
Thankyou for sharing this with us. It was amazing and makes me want to have a go at it. Oh no.... another one to add to the 'to-do' list. LOL
love Jenny xxxx :) :thumbup:
What fun! Maybe I'll forget my knitted gifts and just give everyone a kit to make their own scarves on Christmas afternoon. LOL
The yarn reminds me of tne spool knitting tube. Something to do with the long tubes the young girls make when first learning.
The Waldorff school in Denver teaches the kids in kindergarden how to finger knit using the same method.
They teach them in about 2nd grade I think then with needles
It looks like you could make this yarn yourself by making about a million miles of i-cord.
Very interesting but I wish the sound was better. There was sound, wasn't there? Maybe my hearing aids went out. No, I can hear the TV. Edith
I,m shaking my head. It does look like I-cord or spool cord.