There are different ways to knit a Mobius scarf. I call this one the Fake Mobius. Check out the video demonstration below, then proceed to the written tips and pictures. The Fake Moebius Scarf - Video Demo. Tips Use a stitch that's the same on both sides, such as garter, seed ...more
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If you save scraps of yarn, and have a dog, this is an easy project for you. The Mobius scarf has the advantage of not having any ends to come untied, or dangle down for your dog to trip over, or get tangled in branches and stuff. I made this one for Pepper, my 16lb rat terrie ...more
In this video, noted knitting writer Cat Bordhi ("A Treasury of Magical Knitting") will walk you through the cast on and first round of how to knit a scarf based on the Möbius strip. This strange and confusing shape was discovered by German mathematician August Ferdinand Möbiu ...more
Learn how to use a right-handed Afghan (or Tunisian) crochet stitch with a crochet shell when crocheting a scarf. You can easily modify the size to make a baby or a full-sized afghan. For step-by-step instructions, take a look.
In this video series, our expert Elissa Marie Rodgers will demonstrate how to crochet a scarf. You will get step-by-step instructions on how to pick the right yarn for your scarf, and how to crochet each stitch to create your own homemade scarf. Our expert will also show you h ...more
Cat Morley and her charming Scottish accent show you how to knit in this video crafting tutorial. Learn how to cast on, hold the knitting needles, knit stitch, pearl stitch, change a ball of yarn (great for changing colors, or even when running out of yarn), decrease stitches, ...more
MRTV demonstrates how to make a scarf necklace. Making a scarf necklace is very easy and doesn't require cutting, sewing or altering. If you know how to tie a knot and you have a scarf then you can make a scarf necklace. Fold a square scarf into a triangle. Take the tip of the ...more
This head wrap is easy to wear and perfect for a trip to the beach, keeping your hair out of your face, or, like Grace Kelly, wearing under a large-rimmed straw hat.
With winter in full swing, it's time to bring the scarves out of the closet. The trend this year is the tube scarf or infinity scarf, and here is how you can take a scarf you already have and update it to this style.
Want to supply your head with a little extra jazz factor? Why not tie a scarf around it? You have only one head, but any number of ways to decorate it with a scarf. You Will Need: • A collection of scarves • An adventurous spirit • Taste Step 1: Tie the "peasant scarf" Fo ...more
Have a passion for crochet or knitting? This video is perfect for you! The free tutorial offers splendid advice and instructions about making a beautiful solid-striped scarf. Sit down and gather your supplies and prepare to make a cleverly constructed scarf while watching this ...more
Crochet a scarf for winter! Learn how to crochet a scarf in this free crocheting lesson from an experienced crochet artist. Part 1 of 20 - How to Crochet a scarf for winter. Crochet a scarf for winter - Part 2 of 20. Click through to watch this video on expertvillage.com Croch ...more
The first way the she explained tying a scarf was "belting a pashmina." Which is taking a pashmina scarf, placing it around your neck and securing it under a belt that you fasten around your waist. The second method was "Be a wrap star." Get a really long scarf, tie it around ...more
This wonderful two part tutorial will have you crocheting in no time. It's a back to basics account, to have you easily crochet your very own treble stitch scarf. Using single crochet, double crochet, and half double crochet. This is great for beginners or someone looking for ...more
The infinity scarf is the hottest accessory this season. It'll keep you warm and toasty all through winter. In this video, you'll be shown a variety of ways you can wear this scarf. It's versatile, and goes with just about anything in your closet.
If you're the youngest child and have many older brothers and sisters, it's almost certain you'll be getting hand me downs. If so, this video may be waht you are looking for. Using old worn clothing and making it into something new to wear will not only save you money, but sho ...more
Originally invented by the Shaker community in the 1700s, clothespins are incredibly useful for hanging wet clothing on a clothesline, but also can be used to organize your cable cords, keep your pair of socks together, hold down the used end of your toothpaste tube, and decre ...more
Sewing patterns are a godsend if you're a beginner at sewing who's trying to get into making clothes and accessories like scarves and bags. A pre-drawn pattern helps you learn proportions, measurements, and drafting techniques you'll need later on when you design your own clot ...more
In this tutorial, Elizabeth shows you how to turn two old doilies and a cheap thrift store scarf into an adorable boho/hipster bib top. This top is cheap and easy to make and best of all.. it's no sew! No thread involved! You will love this style and this shirt will soon becom ...more
This instructional video demonstrates how to knit a fabric stitch, also known as the linen stitch.The linen stitch is a nice, firm knitting stitch pattern that looks similar to the woven fabric called linen. It's a great reversible pattern perfect for bags, scarves and just ab ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to draw a variety of prom dresses. First, you will need to start out by drawing the dresses on different body shapes. Make dresses that are long, short, and knee-length. After this, use a marker to draw the outline of the body and the dress, then ...more
This video knitting tutorial demonstrates the directions for knitting Brooke's column of leaves scarf, which is a lacy, leaf pattern. Follow along with the step by step instructions and learn how to knit this beautiful design. Watch this knitting how-to video and make an ornat ...more
Brianna of First Date Boutique gives us several different ways to tie a summer scarf. This light and airy accessory can add an extra touch to any outfit, and Brianna runs down each style, and then, using herself as the model, shows us exactly how it's done. First up, we have a ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to tie a dress scarf. You can use this in a number of ways to add some fun to your outfit. Start off with a black turtleneck and grab a long and skinny scarf. Find the middle of the scarf, wrap it around the back of the neck and then twist it. Fr ...more
This video demonstrates how to make a basic bun head wrap. You will need to use a jersey fabric. You will need to style your hair up, in a bun, ponytail, etc. First, you will need to find the point that you want to wear it on your head. Drape it over your ears, for now. Hold t ...more
Cate Adair shows us ways to wear a square scarf in this tutorial. The first way to wear this is the classic, which you will wrap the scarf around your hair and wear sunglasses. The next way to wear it is to fold it around your neck, with a jacket over it, to keep you warm duri ...more
Once you learn the basic techniques and begin going at it, knitting is actually pretty easy. Just repeat the same loops and weaves over and over again and you'll easily find yourself with a long train of knitted yarn fabric. But how the heck do you end a column of stitches? Th ...more
It's a common snafu: You're running late to a date with this cute guy you met at your English class last week, and you just HAVE to put on earrings. But as soon as you pick one out of the landfill-like dump, the rest of the earrings fly up with your selection, tangled and impo ...more
Join Mikey from the Crochet Crowd as he walks you through knitting a sparkle scarf, also called the Crystal scarf. If you want to learn how to make this fabulous scarf using a loom, just watch! It looks like a feather boa, and it can be made in virtually no time at all. You ca ...more
Sometimes you just don't know how many stitches to cast on for a scarf, so here's the perfect solution. Just cast on a few stitches and increase until you have the width that you want for your scarf. Tips I used garter stitch for my scarf so it wouldn't roll on the sides. Yo ...more
Watch this instructional crocheting video to crochet a classic solid granny square with your left hand. Now, if you're not left handed , this simple crochet lesson may prove to be quite difficult. If you are left handed, these instructions provide an efficient way to crochet c ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to crochet a fringe on a scarf. Start be going to the end of your last row with your hook. Then, chain one and pull it tight. Next, decide how long you want your fringes to be and pull your thread that long. After this, cut it on the bottom and p ...more
The bamboo stitch is a beautiful, versatile stitch that can be used for lots of different kinds of projects. I especially love using it for baby blankets and scarves. It is an easy, reversible stitch. Both sides aren't the same, but both are very nice looking. Here are the in ...more
A potholder loom is a square-shaped loom that allows you to weave thickly woven fabric, but often if you're not careful you can create gaps in between the yarn. But that problem will be completely solved in this video, in which you'll learn how to bypass the gaps. The result w ...more
Magic Trick: The Vanishing Scarf Have you ever heard of the Masked Magician? With the television series Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed, the so-called Masked Magician (Val Valentino) revealed secret after secret of the magicians repertoire. Valentino creates “the mag ...more
Knitting, ladies and gents, is not just for grannies who have too much time on their hands. In fact, knitting is fun and quite addicting once you get the basics down. Don't believe us? Then take a gander at this video to learn how to knit a simple warm scarf that'll keep your ...more
We've all heard of dying paper with tea dye for an aged, vintage effect. But did you know you could use tea (and coffee) to dye other things as well, including T-shirts and yarn? Find out how to stain clothing with coffee and tea by watching this helpful video. The techniques ...more
Today we're learning how to tie on a scarf. First start with a large, square, light fabric scarf. Fold it in half diagonally to form a triangle. Simply tie it in a half knot around your neck and pull the ends in front. You can also use a square scarf as if it were a longer sca ...more
This video shows you how to cast off on a circular knitting machine. For this demonstration, we will use the circular knitting machine by Innovations. Once you've mastered the secrets of the machine, you can pull it out of the closet whenever you have some urgent holiday scarv ...more
If you have some looming skills when it comes to knitting, then this scarf should be a great project to try out! It's a poodle scarf, called that because of its use of Pomp-a-Doodle yarn from Red Heart. It's an exceptional scarf that you can loom-knit in virtually no time! You ...more
Puff stitches are soft and pretty crochet puffs of yarn, which you can add as an embellishment to scarves, mittens, hats or anything else you want to add a bit of puff to. This tutorial shows you how to do the decrease, or finish off your puff stitch. Part 1 of 2 - How to Croc ...more
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First of all, hairpin lace is a knitting technique using a crochet hook and a hairpin lace loom, which consists simply of two parallel metal rods. To use the loom, you wrap yarn around the loops to form prongs, and eventually get a delicate lacy pattern. You can use the hairp ...more
This isn't a real Moebius scarf, since it has not been stitched in the round. However, you can use this knitting technique to turn a regular straight scarf into a Moebius scarf (named after the Moebius strip, a paper loop that has only one side).
This craft is exceptionally easy to do on a knitting loomm, even though the shag style might look difficult to create. This tutorial shows you how to create your own shag scarfs using a loom and a few simple stitches.
If preorder delays are any indication, the iPhone X certainly has some buzz. But does the X have the quality to support that buzz in the long run? After all, a $1,000 (or more) iPhone feels more like an investment than a smartphone purchase. The question on any prospective buy ...more
If you're a habitual knitter, then you probably go through spools of yarn faster than you can buy them. And while rolls of yarn aren't all too expensive, purchasing many of them frequently does take its toll on your wallet. So why not opt for a cheaper and more eco-friendly ap ...more
Minimalist accessories are quite in right now, with interest being added by textures, cuts, and sleek designs. But sometimes a girl just wants to have fun with her clothing and accessories! In this episode of "Whitney Sews," Whitney will teach you how she embelishes wallets an ...more
A crochet single rib stitch is essentially a fancy way of saying a crochet stitch with an undulating up and down pattern. A "rib," or elevated stitch, runs across the finished piece vertically, forming an interesting pattern that can be used to accentuate scarves and mittens. ...more
Husky and broad-shouldered as they are, cowboys occasionally get chilly while working the herd outdoors or casually saving a damsel in distress on his way to pick up a swankier cowboy hat in town. On those days when they need a little extra sass or simply a lightweight cover ...more
A perfect idea for crafting your own holiday gift this year! This video shows you how to combine using a knitting loom and a crochet hook together so you can make your own lovely flower scarf. Pick a multicolored yarn for greatest effect! Part 1 of 2 - How to Use a loom and cr ...more
Flowers are the perfect accents for spring and summertime crochet projects, including scarves, Afghans, and lightweight shawls. While an entirely undecorated shawl is a great basic piece for your wardrobe, adding a few of these five petaled flower accents tacks on a feminine t ...more
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to cut a scarf joint in crown molding and coving. Scarf joint is simply two flat planes meeting on an angle relative to the axis of the stock being joined. Users will need a magic miter. The magic miter is a miter box for cutting miter ...more
Fringes are definitely trendy this season, and you can jump on the trend bus without breaking the bank! You can turn an old T-shirt into a fashionable fringed scarf just by making a few cuts. Pick a shirt as colorful as you want!
You can knit a scarf by learning how to combine two of the basic stitches that make up a knitters repertoire. One of the easier scarf patterns can be made by simply doing a garter stitch or stockinette stitch. You can take it to the next level by combining patterns to make a r ...more
Learn how to use a left-handed Afghan (or Tunisian) crochet stitch with a crochet shell when crocheting a scarf. You can easily modify the size to make a baby or a full-sized afghan. For step-by-step instructions, take a look.
Learn about math and knitting at the same time, in this video video about making a scarf based on the Möbius strip discovered by German mathematician August Ferdinand Möbius in the 19th century. Popularized by the work of artist M.C. Escher, the Möbius strip is a curious shape ...more
Check out this video to see how to make a pom-pom using a tool called a pom tree to create pom-poms, tassels, and other creations for knitted scarves, blankets, hats, and more.
This how to video shows you how to knit a keyhole in a scarf. Watch it and begin making beautifully knitted projects.
Have some ugly beads you don't know what to do with? Disguise them as fun knotted bead jewelry by tying them into a necklace! You can also use marbles. All you need besides the beads is the fabric, which you can get from an old t-shirt or scarf.