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Arm Knit a Chunky Cowl in 30 Minutes or Less with Vanessa from the Crafty Gemini!

Now that the holidays are over, you might find that you have extra time to craft for yourself. Why not learn how to arm knit a cowl?

Arm knitting continues to increase in popularity because it's so quick and easy to complete a wearable project; a scarf or cowl will take an average of 30 minutes to make! Once you get the hang of the process, you'll realize how fun arm knitting is, and maybe you'll want to try experimenting with different colors and styles.

In her newest tutorial for Lion Brand, Vanessa from the Crafty Gemini demonstrates the arm knitting process for you to follow along. She even includes some slow-motion shots in the video, ensuring that you'll understand the process so that you can successfully create your own cowl with Wool-Ease® Thick & Quick® in 30 minutes or less!

(editor's note: The contest mentioned in the video is now over. Stay close, there will be more opportunities to win yarn from Lion Brand and The Crafty Gemini.)

Watch the video below!

 

Check out some more styles of arm knit cowls in Wool-Ease® Thick & Quick®!

Arm Knit Cowl
Quick Arm Knit Cowl
2 color arm knit cowl
Arm Knit Cowl
Pumpkin, Raspberry, and Fig
Quick Arm Knit Cowl
Grey Marble
2 Color Arm Knit Cowl
Claret and Hoosiers

 

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  • Diana

    Love this! Have made about 15 cowls - short, and long in one color or two different colors. They have been very welcome gifts during this cold, cold winter!

  • Anne Rosgen

    Best tutorial yet! Made lots for gifts.

  • Anne Rosgen

    Best tutorial yet! Made lots for gifts.

  • fay

    Thank you for the great tutorial. I am unable to locate there place to enter to win the yarn. Regards.

  • Sandra

    Very interesting tutorial. Thanks! There doesn't appear to be a place to enter to win the two skeins of yarn ...

  • Roxanne

    Great tutorial. Thanks. Will definitely try this. No place to enter to win the skeins of yarn, though. Bummer.

  • Sherry

    This the best tutorial ever!! I crafted 5 scarves in a few hours... Thank You Vanessa!