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By Lyla Asmus

My crochet scarf

05 Most Important Lesson

04 Troubleshooting/Obstacles

03 My Process

02 Needed Materials

01 What is Finger Knitting


I chose to crochet a scarf because I love everything croched and think that it is so cute and wanted to make something of my own.

why i chose this topic


WHat is finger knitting?

Finger knitting is a knitting technique where you make a knitted cord by pulling yarn through loops to create more loops. It is a very easy project and can be done almost anywhere.

all about finger knitting


Needed materials

-Yarn (thickness of your choice)-Your fingers-A pair of scissors

List of materials


my process


In this photo, you can see what the slipknot looks like.

In this photo, I am making the loop to begin my slipknots.

On week 4-5, I made my scarf to 50 rows and got it to 5 feet long.

week 3-5 progress

On week 3-4, I made my scarf to 20 rows and got it to 2 feet long.

On week 7-8, I made my scarf to 100 rows and got it to 10 feet long.

On week 6-7, I made my scarf longer by 20 rows, so now it has 70 rows and is 7 feet.

week 6-8 progress

7 feet

Week 5-6

10 feet

Week 7-8

5 feet

Week 4-5

2 feet

Week 3-4

Overall timeline




If you are using the wrong yarn type your scarf might come out being too thin or too thick, but it really depends on your preference.

yarn types

A dropped stitch is where you accidentally skip a loop on your scarf causing a hole in your scarf. If this happens, you will have to rip out all your stitches until you have 4 even loops.

dropped stitches

You want to make sure that your scarf's loop are about the same size to prevent a weird looking, uneven scarf. To avoid this, make sure to check your work after every few rows to make sure that it looks okay.



My second obstacle was dropping a stitch.I did this, and had to rip out all of the stitches until I had 4 even loops again.

My first obstacle was making my loops an uneven size which was making it look bad. So, I had to go back and redo all of the stitches that looked like this.


Most important lesson

I think that the most important thing was to find a new passion or learn a new skill. The most important thing that I learned is that things take time to become the way you want them to and to have patience.

Most important

Try it yourself!

Thank you for listening to my presentation!

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