How to Knit a Harry Potter Scarf in Gryffindor Colors

Hi, Guys! I’m Kristen and Welcome to Studio Knit.

I am here in my favorite, secret Harry Potter-esque location in San Francisco.

This is a great scarf pattern.

You can make it into any other colors thatyou may have been sorted into at Hogwarts.

I thought it would be great to show it offHarry Potter style because Halloween is coming up and I’ve gotten a lot of requests forthis particular scarf, as well.

For our materials, we’re using worsted weighted yarn, mine is wool.

A circular needle.

The size is 8US and the length is 16 inches.

Scissors.

A Tapestry Needle.

And optional tool is a crochet hook for our fringe.

And a little embellishment, I have a Hogwarts crest.

I have links in the description below on exactly where you can purchase all of these items online if you do not have them all on hand.

So, let’s begin with our beloved slip knot.

And, as always, I have links down in the description below for where all of the knitting techniques if you need reference for anything you may not be familiar with doing.

We’re going to begin casting on the longtail method here onto our circular needle.

And I have a great tutorial on Knitting inthe Round.

I am casting on 51 stitches because here we’re going to slip from the right needle to the left one stitch.

This is going to help join our stitches inthe round.

I’m adding a little stitch marker righthere and it’s in this big fluffy pink color so that it’s really obvious and then I’mknitting those two stitches together.

Again, this is to help it be joined in theround nice and snuggly.

Okay, so now, I have another little trick.

I’m going to take the tail of the yarn andfor about three stitches I’m actually going to knit that along with our yarn and thisallows us to not have to weave it in when we are ready to go ahead and cut that yarn tail off.

So, that saves us a step! Of course, we’re skootching and skootching around our circular needle and we just begin knitting in the round.

Now, for the first color here, I’m usinga cranberry red.

And we are going to switch colors after we have knitted up 13 rows in the round.

Gives us this nice smooth stockinette stitch all the way around because all we had to do was knit.

I just love it.

So now adding the second color, I personally I like to knit the two colors together on my first stitch.

Just to help keep the change of yarn colornice and tight when we’re knitting in the round like this.

Then you can go ahead and let go of the first color and then just knit in the round in your second color here.

And again, we are going to continue knitting in the round until we have reached 13 rows and then it’s time to change color again.

And that’s, of course, if you’re makingthe Harry Potter scarf.

If you’re doing your own color scheme, then you just change colors any time your heart desires.

Once you have finished your scarf in the length you desire, it is time to bind off.

Now, the length that I knit my scarf here, okay, so the width is 6 inches and the total length is 54 inches and then if we add thefour inches of the fringe, then that gives a total of 62 inches.

After we’re bound off, go ahead and turnyour work inside out and we’re going to get all of those little yarn tails, and we'regoing to weave them in.

It may seem like a daunting task, it goesfaster than you think.

And I am just going to do about three passes through weaving my yarn ends in and I want to make sure this is going to be a scarf I’m going to have for a long time and I’m using yarn that can be washed in the machine so I want to make sure that all of my tails are snug and not going to unravel on me.

And just slightly, where we changed yarn colors, you can see a little bit of a seam now to solve that issue, really simple, we’re goingto fold our scarf so that seam is just along one of the edges of our scarf right here.

Now it’s time to make our fringe.

Take your favorite Harry Potter book and wrap your yarn around it a few times.

And then go ahead and just cut it off righthere.

And we are going to select seven yarn strands to make our first little bit of fringe.

There are two different ways to go about it.

If you have a crochet hook, go ahead and use that.

Now, I’m starting in the middle of my workbecause my fringe placement, I’m just going to be eyeballing it, so this helps me withplacement and I’m putting my crochet hook in each edge right here.

And wrapping it around the hook.

We just pass it on through.

Now, the second way, if you don’t have acrochet hook, this is also really simple.

Just take a little bit of scrap yarn and using our tapestry needle, you can guide your fringe through the edge of your scarf in this manner.

Okay, either way you did it you just takeyour loop and your yarn ends and you pull it through the loop one time and cinch itup and that’s it.

And doing this is going to help bind off the edges of our scarf that we knitted in the round.

Next, I’m going to add fringe to eitheredge.

And I’m going to do it one more time inbetween, so I have a total of five.

Now I’m taking my second color and justadding that in between each of my original color.

Pretty simple stuff.

And then go ahead and cut off the fringe tothe length you desire.

I’m using the natural fiber of wool andjust lightly my piece is an easy way to block it, it makes it nice and smooth.

I’m even going to smooth out my fringe.

And again an optional embellishment here isour Hogwarts crest.

This is an iron-on transfer.

Now, I’m putting it onto the yarn and itdoesn’t adhere as well as it would to say a t-shirt, so I’m going to do it sort ofjust to get it on there.

I did notice that the edges tend to curl up, so I’m just going to tack it down a little bit more securely with a needle and thread.

I hope you are inspired to knit up this HarryPotter Scarf! I have so many fun Halloween Knits.

My playlist is in the description below andif you knit up a Harry Potter Scarf, please do share it with me, I have links to my socialmedia down below.

Happy Halloween, everyone.

Bye!.

How to Knit Brioche stitch | Bulky Brioche Scarf on Needles

– [Kristen] Learn how toknit the Brioche stitch, with the bulky Brioche scarf here.

Let's get started.

(upbeat piano music) Welcome back to GoodKnit Kisses.

I'm your host Kristen, and we are going to workon a Brioche Scarf here.

It is a two row repeat.

We're going to cast on, do the two row repeat, we'll also bind off, and I'll show you howto put in a lifeline.

It makes a double sided fabric, but it's not doubly thick.

It's got a really cool littleherring bone look to it, between the knit columns here.

And it's really squishy and enjoyable.

You can use any needlesize, any yarn size.

Today I'm making it in this super bulky, I think it makes up a quicker scarf, but also it's just niceto see the big stitches.

We're working with a super bulky yarn, and you need two skeins of YarnBee Effortless Super Bulky, which is a #6 yarn.

And uses about a skein and a half, and there's 111 yardsin this particular one.

The color on this is calledCrabapple if your interested.

I'm also using a US number 15 needle, and it's 10 millimeter.

You can use the short straight needles, or you can use a shorter length, circular needle as a flat panel.

And let's get started.

Grab your tools and I'llsee you in a moment.

I'm gonna start by making a slipknot.

And we're gonna make the knitted cast-on, for 11 stitches.

And click below for a slowervideo on how to do this.

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And Eleven.

Just double check my stitches here, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven.

Okay we got eleven stitches.

Now our Foundation Row or Set up Row, is done only one time.

So the first stitch is alwaysgoing to be slip one knitwise, and you're gonna do thatactually for all the rows, but we're gonna slipthis one just this way, just like your ending stitch, but then just drop itunto the right needle.

And then you're going to yarn front.

So I go ahead and cinchthis yarn up a little bit, put the yarn in front of the right needle, and now we're going to slip one.

And you're actually slipping it purlwise, so whenever you're told to slip one, in the middle of a patternit generally means purlwise, unless it says KW for knitwise.

Okay so the repeat is yarnfront, slip one, knit one.

And then repeat that.

So it's yarn front, slip one, knit one.

'Kay.

Yarn front, slip one, knit one.

Yarn front, slip one, knit one.

Yarn front, slip one, knit one.

So you're doing it all the way to the end.

Because you have anodd number of stitches, you will be done after that 11th stitch, or after your last one.

Now we're gonna turnit and work on row one.

Row one is slip one, knitwise, just as we did on the setup row.

And now we're gonna knit two together.

And if you notice, these two stitches, are kinda making a Y, theirpushed really close together, so we're going to justknit those two together.

'Kay.

Drop that off, yarn front, 'kay, and then slip one, that's all we do for that repeat.

So now we're gonna go back to the repeat.

Which is knit two together, you see those two squished up together, that's knit two.

'Kay.

Yarn front, slip one.

Knit two, yarn front, and then slip one.

Knit two, yarn front, slip one.

And then we've got three stitches left, so when we're on the last threestitches on this row only.

We're going to knitthese last two together, which are squished together.

Knit those two together, and then knit the last stitch.

Alright, that's row one.

Row two.

Slip one, knitwise, again.

Now here's where the repeat starts.

So we're going to, it's thebeginning of the repeat.

So yarn front on this one, then we're going to slip one, and then knit two together, where these two are kinda squished up.

And then, yarn front, slip one, knit two together.

So here's repeat.

Yarn front, slip, knit two.

Yarn front, slip, knit two.

And you're gonna do this until, you get to the last two stitches, there they are.

Yarn front, slip, and knit.

That's it.

That's the repeat, so you'regonna go back and forth, between row one and row two, and continue.

Now because you can see how, this pattern changes and itsgot these little yarn overs, these yarn fronts thatmake it kinda squished up.

If you mess up, it actually is harder todo in the brioche stitch.

And when I was learning this, I really had to rip out thefirst four inches several times, because I had people aroundme and I was very distracted, and I kept messing up, so I just kinda ripped itout and started back over, and it's hard to do it, the pull it back withouthaving a life line, so let's look at that right now.

Okay so here is a little example, and this is where I wasusing circular needles.

And you can knit back and forth.

I can work the stitches in one direction, and then when I'm doneI just turn it around, and slip it over.

So if you've never doneit on circular needles, you can knit a flat panel.

However, you can see that I've messed up on here, and I'm just kinda showing you, but if I go back andkinda count to my pattern, I should have a two of 'emhooked and pushed close together, and then one to slip, and then another like in-between.

So I've got two here, one to slip, two here, one to slip.

And then I should have two here, but I don't, I have two individual.

And so I get messed up.

If I decide to put my work down, 'cause I know I'm gonna be distracted, I can put in a lifeline.

Or like say you every, you know six or seven inches, or however much you want to do it.

You could install a lifeline.

You just go in and get a contrasting yarn.

I like to use a cotton, just something that, likethis is nice and smooth.

Where this ones a little bit more grab-by.

So I'll take a scrap piece very long, I'll get a needle.

And then along my needle or.

my thread here, I'm just gonna go through all the loops, that hang out here on my needle.

And I just literally go through, and pull my lifeline through like this.

And then I can continue.

Just going through all the stitches.

And then that way if Idecide I have a problem, I can take my work off the needles, and I can pull out the stitches, all the live stitches, until I get to this line.

Mm 'kay, and so this really helps, keep those stitches in place, and where I won't be in any danger, of ripping them out further beyond repair.

Otherwise you'll have toredo this whole thing.

So a lifeline can really save you.

Alright we're gonna gonow to the bind off.

Okay so when I started, I had these original 11 stitches, and I'm left with more than that, because as you remember, well if I end on a row two, I'm gonna have several of these, crossed over every other one.

So it's 11 but it added 12, 13, 14, 15, 16.

So I actually have 16 stitches across.

Now because I have 11 on here, what I want to do is match that.

I'm actually gonna treat thesethat are crossed together, treat them as one stitch.

All you do is a basic bind off.

Alright so we're going togo through the first stitch, and knit that.

And knit the second two together, and then lift the backloop over the front loop.

That's it.

So now we're gonna knit the next stitch, lift the back over the front.

And I try not to snug up my yarn too much, I mean I want it to be loose.

I don't want it to be too tight.

So just knit the nexttwo stitches together.

And lift the back over the front.

And continue across.

And then two stitches left, technically it's three but we're knitting, these last two together.

Lift the back over the front.

And then knit this one.

Knit that off.

Lift the back over the front, and then we want to cut this yarn here.

And then we're just going to, pick this up through, and pull it.

And then we're gonnaweave this tail in here, and that just pulls in the back.

And then this is nice and loose, and matches our cast on.

So now we have that and I'll probably, (knitting needle clatters loudly) oops, that's probably to loose with that.

But I can work that in when I, when I block this out and everything.

So that is the Brioche stitch.

Right so be sure and weave in your tails, and you have got a nice bulky scarf, that be great for anyone, male, female, anyone.

And I hope you enjoyedthis tutorial today.

Thank you for joining meagain at GoodKnit Kisses.

And for more tutorials click down below, and look at the basics if you need to, go over these stitches slower.

Have a great day, and happy knitting.

Bye bye.

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Too Short Scarf into Wine Cozy

Hey there everyone.

It's me Katie-Beth, again! And today we're going to talk about what to do when you make a scarf too short.

I tried making this one and this is about as long as it came out.

And unless I was making a really tiny little scarf, with like a broach right here.

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other than like the neck brace look.

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With like a jacket over it.

Nah, it still looks stupid.

Let's see.

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I don't know what I was thinking.

Even making a scarf this thick.

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That looks ok.

Yeah, maybe something like this.

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It still looks very neck bracy.

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About in October/November, I bought some yarn.

And it was one of those sales where, “this is all there is!” Like $2 a spool.

And I got three of them, because I though that would be long enough for a scarf.

But, because I made it so thick.

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Scarfs don't need to be this thick.

I don't know why I made it this wide.

But any how, it only made it to about–it looks long on here–3 or 4 feet.

And one of my ideas was that.

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I was going to buy some other yarn.

That looked similar to it, since it was completely out.

And just add it onto the ends.

And I found a color that looked pretty similar.

But the more I thought about it, the stupider it sounded.

Just having this multi-colored scarf with just solid ends.

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And one of my ideas was to actually just add some pearls on it.

And kind of decorate it more.

Make it a little prettier.

But the more I thought of that, it also sounded.

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How do I say this? Not stupid, not dumb, but like.

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Basically I didn't want to do that.

I didn't want to do that anymore.

So, my next thought that I had, and which this project is going to be is I'm going to.

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make it into.

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a wine holder.

Like a wine sweater.

Wine cover.

Wine Warmer.

You don't need a wine warmer at all.

But, ah, some type of gift to put your wine in.

So, let's get doin' that.

So the first thing I am going to do is actually.

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get rid of these ends.

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all the extra places where the yarn met up.

There was actually a lot of them in the middle, but I already took a needle and weaved it through.

To make (get them) to the ends to make it easier to tie them up to the side and get rid of.

So here's just a really quick view of that.

And this is them at the end.

And when they got to the ends, I actually just cut them off.

I was going to sew the ends anyhow.

So here is the sparkling cider in there.

I'm kind of doing a measurement.

And then folding it over to make sure it fits pretty well.

There's a little extra space.

If I needed to put something bigger in there, I probably could.

And then I just sewed up the ends, and I did it twice.

I just went down and up.

And here's what it looked like after being sewn up.

I put the sparkling cider in there.

And here's the left over on top.

And there's enough that I'm going to fold it back over and make a pocket.

And after that was done, I needed to make a strap.

So I braided some strands of blue.

And here is what the strap looked like.

with a pocket folded up.

And then I had sewn it, just with some needle and thread.

Sewn it in there.

So it's not super straight.

But it's enough that it will hold it on there.

And it will definitely hold when I am picking it up.

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here's just a clip of the little plastic beads–pearls that I used.

And here, I'm slowing down this footage so you can see it.

These are the pearls that I put on here.

It's really hard to see the pearls that I put on here.

And here's what it looks like with some other gifts.

Alright! So this is what you can do with one of those scarves you make that is just too short to be a scarf.

Up here, it's a little card holder.

And then, as you can see, I put pearls on it.

The little craft store pearls.

And I cut the fringe off to all be the same size.

See the little pearls on here.

They're hard to see because of the different colors.

But there's like random pearls sewn on there.

I hope you can see it on the camera.

And then you open it up.

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I actually have sparkling cider.

So I hope this video was entertaining, or fun, or helpful to watch.

Or somehow worth your few minutes to watch.

Here's another quick look at it.

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Well, have a great night (said funny) everyone.

Have a great night everyone! And I'll see you next time!.

Easy scrap yarn scarf or blanket, crochet tutorial

If you are like me, always knitting andcrocheting, you end up having loads of little tiny balls of wool, leftover yarnthat doesn't actually make any full projects anymore.

So here I'm showing you what I'm doing with these at the moment.

I have all sorts of different kinds ofyarns here.

They are mainly wool but then there's some cotton, bamboo and makesmixed fibers and also various thicknesses so what I will need to do issometimes to put two yarns together if they are too fine but mainly I'm notgoing to be too worried about the yarn weights, sort of just use them anyway andI'm not joining them beforehand.

I'll be showing later how I put them together.

Iknow that some people like to use various joining methods and then makebig balls of wool but I prefer not to.

We can use all this crap you're not for ascarf or shawl or even a blanket where you just use one little ball of yarn upand then take another.

Okay, let's start.

So first it just need a chain that islong enough to make the width of your scarf.

You'll make a loop, put the hook into it and tighten it and then you start chaining.

If you are familiar with the basics ofcrochet you can just skip this.

So you continue like this until it's longenough.

Mine a sixty centimeters long so it's just chain four sixty centimeters.

Now my chain is long enough and then I start the next row.

We will be using justtrebles and chain stitches and that's treble in the British sense Americanscall it double crochet, but anyway it doesn't matter what you call it, I'mgoing to show it.

First you need a yarn over so one yarn over and then for this first turn you count the sixth stitch from thehook, one, two, three, four, five, six and you insert the hook into that through like that and then you pull the yarn through there and now you have three stitches onyour hook.

Again you take a yarn over and you pull it through two of these andyarn over and through the rest two.

That's your first treble.

Then you chain one and basically that's all there is to it, for the whole scarf you keep going like this.

I'll make one more.

Yarn over, you need to skip one stitch so that it will beeven.

Not this one but the next, hook through, pull the yarn through, yarn over, through two of these, yarn and through the other two and chain one andthen you make another treble again, not the next chain stitch but the one afterit and this is how you continue until the end of the row.

So here I am at theend of the row and then I need to turn.

I chain three and turn and I'm going to make the nextrow of trebles into these loops, holes left from the previous row, so I make onetreble into this here first one and then I chain one and make a treble to thenext one.

So basically this is all there is tothis, you go back and forth right in the beginning into the square left from theprevious row.

Then next wi'll look how you're going to change the colors.

By nowI have worked quite a bit on my scarf and I'm again at the spot where I needto change two yarns, this one is finished.

When you change them, there are of course many ways and I'm showing one that saves you time because you don't need to bepassing the ends of yarns with needles later on.

So you leave, well, I have aquite a long one here now but you leave about at least 10 centimeters or a bitmore and then you take the other, take the next one you are going to use and youcrisscross them a bit away from your work and you pull that one there andleave the other one double for a bit and you set this one doubleas well so it looks like this here and then you just hold them together, thesetwo yarns here and you are going to continue crocheting using both.

So I takeboth of these and chain one and then I continue normally, making a treble and the new yarn comeswhenever it comes depending on how far you crisscross them and then you justcontinue, again using the two because this is still double for a while.

So Ichain one this of course makes it slightly thicker but you have to put theend of the yarn somewhere anyway , so now I have made one treble using a doublethickness and maybe I'll still make the chain stitch and then I leave the otherone just like that there and continue using my, oh it got stuck there, continue using my new color like that and afterwards you just cut these bits.

And here we cansee the scarf so far I'm changing the colors as random as possible.

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Burberry Scarf: Is It Worth It? – Luxury Check Cashmere Scarf Review

Welcome back to the Gentleman's GazetteIn another episode of is it worth it? Today, we'll take a closer look at theiconic men's scarf from Burberry in a check made of a hundred percent cashmere.

So before we get there, let's take abrief look at the history of Burberry.

Burberry was established by namesake, Thomas Burberry, in 1856 with a simple mission, to protect people from Britishweather.

A few years later in 1879, Burberry developed gabardine fabricwhich, at the time, was a breakthrough in terms of weather proofing fabric.

Gabardine in cotton is a traditional fabric used even in trench coats today.

Burberry is closely associated with the trench coat.

If you want to see if thatone's worth it or not, check out this video if you want to learn more aboutthe history of the trench coat and how it came to be, this guide is for you.

In the 1920s, for first time, Burberry trademarked their signature checked lining, many callit Nova Check.

Burberry themselves, today, call it Vintage Check.

Basically, it's atraditional checked pattern with a beige or camel colored background with whiteand black plaid on top, as well as a red windowpane.

Today, Burberry calls itArchive Beige.

Just like many other heritage brands, Burberry has developed away from a functional item more towards a high-fashion brand.

Because ofthat, Burberry uses trademark check for branding all over the place.

They alsohave an interlock B branding but it's far less iconic than the Nova Check.

In myopinion, most of Burberry's fashion-forward clothing and accessory lines today are afar cry from their elegant past.

Nevertheless, the Burberry check is stillsynonymous with Burberry as a brand.

Today, you can find this check plasteredall over sneakers, handbags, scarves, and even overcoats.

In fact, you can even findshirts, wallets, and shorts in a Nova Check plaid.

While the Burberry check used tobe a hidden detail on the inside that wasn't visible to the wearer, it's now on theoutside and it's screams to everyone “look at me, I can afford this.

” That being said, the classic Burberry scarf with a Nova Check isone of those items that could still be worth having in your wardrobe becauseit's such an iconic design and a quality item that is so small that it's not likeplastered all over your outfit.

As we always do, we wanted to buy the mosticonic and traditional version of the scarf, that meant a classicpattern in their archive beige colorway.

Turns out, what Burberry calls theclassic check is, in fact, an oversized check that is very popular and comes in33 different colorways including the archive beige.

What we want, though, issomething more appropriate for gentlemen, it is called the classic vintage check.

Unfortunately, that one only comes in nine colorways, not including the archivebeige so we picked a scarf that was as close to that color as possible which iscalled Antique Yellow.

In my mind, both background colors are camel colors, withthe antique yellow being a little more yellowishand the archive beige being a little more khaki tone-ish.

Frankly, I was surprised Icouldn't find the original scale scarf in the original traditional color schemebut that just shows to me that Burberry doesn't care all that much about theirheritage anymore.

Honestly, a glimpse through the men's cashmere scarf sectionon the Burberry website confirms that, there are a lot of out there designs onthere, not much classic stuff.

Burberry offers a range of differentscarf materials, we went with the king of scarf materials, cashmere.

On the website, it retails for $470, we got ours at Bloomingdale'swhich is an official retailer of Burberry scarves at $430.

It's still marked as a retail price on the tag so I think that must be an oldstock and we still got it at that price.

These days, Burberry scarves are heavilyfaked because of that, you can find a lot of tags in the scarf.

There's one regular tag, there's two care tags, as well as one hand tag.

Fake Burberryproducts often have issues with the details, maybe the R on the tag is notquite like the one on the original or there's no serial number.

Now, on thisoriginal Burberry scarf, you have the little hang tags and you can see that Burberry bearsthe Royal Warrant of Queen Elizabeth II, as well as PrinceCharles.

While going through their product description on the website, unsurprisingly, Burberry provides very little detail about the scarf.

We learnedthat it's a hundred and sixty eight centimeters by thirty centimeters whichis sixty six point one inches by eleven point eight inches wide.

Frankly, for men, that is quite short, especially if you want to wear it as a sling around yourneck.

In terms of weight, there's no information but we weighed the scarf andit just comes in under 150 grams which is about five and a quarter ounces.

Itsays the scarf is made of a hundred percent cashmerebut as we learned in our Cashmere Explained guide, not all cashmere isalike.

So where are the Burberry cashmere scarves made? If you dig through their FAQ, you'lllearn that they're made in Scotland at two historic mills; one in Elgin and onein Ayr.

Unfortunately, Burberry doesn't tell you exactly what manufacturer makesthose scarves but if you dig a little deeper, you'll find that in Elgin, thereis a manufacturer called Johnstons of Elgin.

I watched one of Burberry's videoswhich describes how their scarves are made.

If you take a closer look, you'llsee that they show the factory.

Now, if you take a look at this photo fromJohnstons of Elgin, you will know that the producer is most likely Johnstons ofElgin.

Obviously, the chimney in the buildings are the same.

On the other hand, in theScottish Ayr, there's a company by the name of Begg & Co which also produceshigh quality cashmere scarves.

My guess is Begg and Johnstons of Elginare two producers for Burberry scarves.

Both producers have been making andweaving cashmere for over 150 years and they're known for their high quality.

Because of the reputation, they're likely also more concerned about the qualitythey put out.

Frankly, I was a bit surprised to read in a Burberry websitethat the scarf was treated with teasels to create that soft finish you're knownfrom a good cashmere scarf.

You can see it utilized in their video and that'scertainly an added production step that is more expensive.

That being said, bothJohnstons of Elgin and Begg both use Teasels in their finishing process.

Unfortunately, what they don't share in that Burberry video is the origin of thecashmere and the quality of it, the staple length, and the thickness.

Now, these days, all high quality raw cashmere materials origins inMongolia and China.

In the video, you can see how the raw cashmere is spun into yarnsand both Johnstons of Elgin and Begg do that today.

Begg claims to utilizecashmere that has a thickness of 15 to 6 and a half microns but doesn't mentionanything about the staple length.

Johnstons of Elgin neither mentions thethickness of the material nor the staple length on their website.

So what doesgood quality cashmere look like? Actually, you can learn all about it in ourcashmere explained guide video here.

In a nutshell, a quality woven cashmere scarfshould not be stretchy and once you pull in another direction, it should spring backinto its shape.

Also, higher-quality cashmeres usually come in a tighterweave.

That being said, if we're testing the Burberry scarf for those two things, it passes with honors.

It's a very densely woven cashmere, it springs backinto its original shape.

Now, with a retail price of $470, how does itstack up compared to other cashmere scarves on the market? Let's take a lookat this Fort Belvedere cashmere scarf which retails for$195.

It comes in a range of classic patterns or solids without anybold logos or branding.

Just like the Burberry scarves, Fort Belvedereuses finest Mongolian and Chinese cashmere.

The cashmere runs from anywherefrom 15 to 16 and a half microns thick which is just as thin as what Begg uses.

We also use long cashmere fibers that are between 35-50 millimeters long.

Thecashmere yarn is made in Germany, woven into scarvesin Germany, as well, so it's another high-cost country and not made in Asia.

Now, the weight of a Fort Belvedere scarft is about 120 grams which is justabout four and a quarter ounce so it's about 30 grams or an ounce less.

It'salso finished with natural teasels to create that soft nap.

In terms of dimensions, it's also 30 centimeters wide or about 12 inches butit's a full 6 inches longer, measuring in at a hundred and eighty centimeters.

Formen, I find that length to be perfect and we tested many sizes and we finallysettled on this length simply because it is fine if you wear it like I'm doing hereright now but also, if you try to go with a sling.

So how do those two scarves feel? Frankly, I think the Burberry scarf is woven alittle more densely.

At the same time, the Fort Belvedere scarf feels a lot softer tothe touch.

You can also see it has a more extended nap and I like the feeling ofthe Fort Belvedere scarf on my skin more.

Now, a Fort Belvedere scarf is obviously 20%lighter but the retail price is also 59% lower.

If you compare weight to weight, the Fort Belvedere scarves costs about half of whatever great scarfves cost.

So with that beingsaid, is it worth it buying a Burberry cashmere scarf? Firstof all, I think scarves are fantastic products for cashmere because that'swhere you need the warmth, that's where you enjoy the softness and unlike a cashmeresweater, you don't really have to worry about friction and pilling because youjust don't get that when you wear it around your neck.

Now, for$470, you get a high-quality cashmere product made in Scotland at ahigh level with lots of hand labor involved.

It will likely last for yearsto come and if you consider the cost per wear, it's not that big of a deal.

If, forsome reason, you don't like it anymore, chances are you can resell your Burberrycashmere scarf for a much higher value than regular cashmere scarves in themarket.

That being said, there are lots of fakes out there and people might thinkyou're selling them a fake unless you have the original purchase receipt andall the tags still on there but when you wear it, I don't like having these bigtags on my scarf.

So if you want to take them off, maybe take a video of them, incase you ever want to sell the scarf.

Even though the quality of the cashmereis extremely high, I really dislike the dimensions; 160 centimeters or just 66.

1 inches are simply too short in my book.

I still find thisclassic vintage pattern attractive even though it has been so heavily utilizedby Burberry.

If you don't like this colorway, Burberry has eight different ones and youcan even get your initials embroidered onto your scarf.

Personally, I think aclassic herringbone pattern is better suited for a classic man's wardrobe thanthis Burberry check because it's almost like a brand name like a big H fromHermes or a Gucci belt tjat just screams “look at me” I can afford this expensiveproduct.

However, if you're watching this video, chances are you like thepattern of a Burberry scarf and if that's the case, I think the scarf can beworth it.

You're getting, after all, a high quality product and it's not moreof a ripoff in vinyl like, for example, that Louis Vuitton and you can learnmore about it here.

Also, if you don't mind paying twice as much to comparablecashmere scarves and you really want that Burberry feeling, then it can beworth it for you.

These days, you can find many other cashmere scarf brands thatimitated a pattern without the Burberry logo.

In my personal opinion, the shortnessof the scarf is a deal-breaker for me and therefore, not worth it for me.

If youdon't care about that, you can live with that, I think it can be a viable optionif you're prepared to pay four hundred seventy dollars for it.

in today's video I'm obviously wearing a Burberry cashmere scarf in the classicvintage check the colorway is called antique yellow which is very similar tothe archive beige the overcoat is a custom piece that is military-inspiredwith angled hacking pockets gold buttons epaulettes and a half belt in the backit even features nice turnups on the sleeves I'm combining it with a black pairof corduroy from Polo Ralph Lauren a pair of dark brown bison boots andmatching gloves that are a touch screen sensitive in lamb nappa from FortBelvedere that have an interesting look because they have red leather in betweenthe fingers which is quite unique looking and they pick up the tones ofthe red in the scarf if you're interested in Fort Belvedere cashmerescarves you can find them in the Gentleman's Gazette shop.

Finger Knit Blanket (or wide scarf) How to connect (with Closed Captions CC)

hello and welcome back to goodknitkisses I'm your host Kristen and today we're talking about finger knitting i blanket and you can finger net a blanket there's different ways to do it this is one way that I am I will make a long chain row and you'll see this

one long row that comes out it's not really a row so much as it's a very long link that comes out whenever you do it but lots of people go well how do I make this wider say I want to make it into a scarf or a blanket

or a cowl or whatever so I'm what you do is you're going to you're going to knit along and make the link that you want of your blanket and then you're going to use this technique that I'm about to do to connect the panel's now you can use

whatever stitch you want I'm going to show you in kind of a flat knit stitch anyway if you want to see different stitches that you can make check out my loom knitting tutorials things you need always with finger knitting is you're going to need scissors you can also

get a stitch marker that opens okay so when you're ready you can close it up but this is only one stitch marker so you'd have to have four but I would say if you'd like to get a stitch holder that would be great because you might want to

stop and you won't want to pick up all these stitches so if you had to you could go along and pick up all your stitches and then you would just close this up so that would be how you do it and close it up now this is a

little confusing because I'm about to show you how to start a row so when you finish a row you're going to find that there's only one loop left and so that's why just having a single stitch marker would be the best bet so you just put it on

here and this is one that locks and closes so you can throw this whole thing in your bag and know that your knitting is safe if it's you know two minutes or 20 months in between when you're knitting so all right we're going to get started and so

grab your favorite ball of yarn make a length and when you're ready to add start this up okay I'm going to cast on and you've already got four on your I'm sorry you already have four loops on your fingers if you've already got your length so I'm going

to show you how to what we call bind off okay all right I'm going to show this again the video and you're going to see it at the end of a row but if you need to bind off for the first time on only on your first row

only this is how you finish it off so what you're going to do is you're you're working normal actually you need to get it over to this side and you'll find out why but we're going to have to get the particular stitch all the way back over here

so make sure your yarn is coming from this finger and start here so you're going to knit this stitch and then knit the one on you're in debt on your so you knit the index finger and then your middle finger and then you take the one from your

index finger or your middle finger over to your index finger okay and then bind that off okay then you're going to move this one from the index over to your middle finger this becomes your number one peg so this was one two three four and now we're going

to be moving the number one peg or your number one finger over so I know it sounds funny but bear with me so now that we've done that precession here now we're going to omit the number two or this is your ring finger so we're going to knit

that over and take the ring finger which is the two back over to the one which is your middle and knit that off okay so now we've knit that off we're going to move it moving the one over now we have one and two left so we're going

to knit the two which is now your pinky and move the pinky stuff over to the one which is the ring finger and then knit that over you're left with one now you're going to take this and move it all the way back to the one okay now

make sure you're knitting it maybe falling down like this so make sure when you start what we're about to do it's going to start all the way to where you're knitting is up like this so you'll be looking at the back side it'll look like this these are

the little pearl bumps okay this is a knit stitch on the back well this is actually technically was the front of your work and then this is the back which is the purl we're going to work on the purl side so you're going to get this nice ribbed

look that's kind of stretchy and everything so this is actually with three strands of a worsted weight you could use a bulky yarn now this is not how it's supposed to look again I was just doing that to show you how to finish it off so I'm going

to make it back to having one stitch on there okay so now you'll have the one left from your bind off okay so now what we're going to do is we're going to cast on we're going to get the yarn on our fingers so I'm going to do

a thumb cast on I'm going to take my thumb and put it down under the yarn and then kind of spin it around like this okay so it makes an upside-down e like this okay this is like a cursive e but you're going to make this part come

out the bottom put that on and kind of pull it up to tighten it a little bit not too tight do the same thing put your thumb down where it's covered and then put it right side up and then place it on your finger one more time and

put that on here you may have to practice practice it a couple of times it's called a thumb cast on for needle knitting we also call it a half hitch for loom knitting okay now what we're going to do is we've got the working yarn which is this

working yarn coming off that is attached to your ball coming from our pinky so we're going to lay it over our pinky and then all the rest of our fingers and then you can take this with your fingers and let lift the bottom loop over the top and

then you've knit one stitch so do that on all of them lift the bottom over the top on all the fingers okay and then we pull it a little tight I will tell you that you can another tool that you would be benefited to have is a loom

knit tool I pick let me get one and show you this is a illuminant pick and it doesn't matter what brand you use this particular one is from knitting board and they sell it online only it's got a cushion in it fabric casing so if your hand gets

tired especially has some pinching motion on it it causes a problem here you can use this pick so you're going to see me use it but you can also use your fingers okay so now we're going to take our working yarn and go around our index finger here

and we're going to place one of these loops on our index finger which is your first finger so this is where we need to really pay attention okay you can see all this knitting that's coming from here and there's a big looks like a knot right here okay

you're going to ignore the not follow this strand we're going to ignore this first strand here and we're going to come to the next one you see that there's a row here with the knot and then another row with a knot you're going to take this loose strand

on the outside of that okay so you're a skip and then go to this one put that on your finger just take it from the back side place it on okay now you're going to take you're working on because you got it out of the way and now

we're going to take it and lift the bottom over the top or you can use this course be careful not to poke yourself okay and then now you're going to knit the rest of these okay so we're going to work this okay so that row is the one

where we've added a row from over here now we're going to work our way back you don't pick up anything on this row it's very important that you knit that first row without adding anything on if you don't knit that first row your blanket is going to get

smaller and smaller and it's not going to be the right size so go ahead and now that we've we did that first row we came back and did a second row now move your working strand over to get out of the way go ahead and put another one

on so you're going to skip the one that you're on and then go to the next okay so you see we're skipping and then going to the next loose stitch we're picking up stitches alright so you're going to continue I've got three at a time so I'm grabbing

those three strands at the same time knit those over okay so you're going to work on knitting those over and then of course they're going to finish the second row and then you're going to pick up more stitches on the next row and you're going to just going

to continue doing this the entire time okay so you're going to go through the length of your entire line that you had okay of your finger knitting so pull that back around pick the stitch up again it's not this really long one that's right next to it it's

the next one so just kind of pull on it stick that finger in there and then knit it over you can knit both at the same time or one at a time like I did okay so the next time we're going to meet back up I'm going to

fast forward in my video and we will be at the end of this row and then you can see how we will get ready to flip the blanket and go on to the next row okay so pause your video and we'll meet you back in a second okay

so you're knitting along and you're near the end and you've got this long piece you've got one more and another one at the end go ahead and knit this one as you've been doing making sure to put that working yarn over the back okay and then we're going

to go ahead and end it these over continue it's okay if you kind of stretch out your stitches and then I just kind of pull them tight after I do it that way I can get my hands around it okay so I made my way back go ahead

and pull my yarn over again okay now if you can see this there's the leading yarn that we had and then there's this very last stitch and it's kind of loose because this is where your fingers were on originally and you can go back and make these tighter

with a crochet hook later but really it's not really necessary it kind of adds like a nice scalloped edge to your work see how it's kind of scalloped on one end and then this is where a tighter bind off is so it's got kind of a cool effect

and you can also add fringe or something too so okay so now I pulled that last one which was a cast on stitch and so we're going to bind off we're going to do as before where we knit two over one now this is the first one in

the bind office is what I'm calling the number one finger here and we've got our number two which is the middle finger here and then we knit that over and then we're going to take the two and put it on top of the one which is the in

the middle finger over the index finger okay we can knit that over move the one over to the two and now this becomes the one okay so now we're going to knit the ring finger which is your new number two okay and move the two to the one

getting that off okay so now moving this over to the ring finger got two left knit this last stitch on the pinky which is your number two pick that up and put it on the one which is on your ring knit that off okay and see this is

what I was talking about earlier so now we have one on this ring finger we're going to pick it up and move it all the way over to our index finger okay so whether you're right or left handed I'm doing this on my left because I'm right-handed but

I could flip this video just to make it easier for people who are I'm left-handed and then they can do it on the right so it doesn't really matter so now you're left with the one this is where you could you can choose to if you are done

with your blanket you could choose to cut your yarn and then you would just pull this all the way through and weave in your end or you could continue by this is where we'll cast on so I'll show you how to cast on and start again so if

you're doing your next row this is where we flip so I'm going to take all my knitting that's now falling down here I'm going to flip it okay this is how we're getting this really cool ribbed effect which is really kind of kind of neat so to shape

it and make stuff smaller or bigger you can just skip inward a few spaces and skip some stitches and then you can make it smaller and do some shaping or you can add on these rows and add extra to make it longer on one side so this is

that's up to you okay so now we're going to do this thumb cast on again stick your thumb and go down on top of the yarn and twist up and put it on this index finger down and twist up oh and I have a knot in my yarn

oh there we go fixed it okay and then down twist up and now you've successfully cast it on these fingers and then go ahead and knit over one row okay alright so you've got it so go ahead and pull your yarn over here and then we're going to

go ahead and cast on we've got this part right here that it's leading from okay there's a big ol knot here and it's leading from here and we want to grab this first stitch and then knit over okay so you're just going to keep going along like that

until you get the link that you want it doesn't really matter what blanket size I have right now because it's whatever size you want you could just do maybe a couple of these and then then sew together the ends and make like a cowl or an infinity scarf

or something like that this is really nice and soft and if you're curious I have three I have three strands here but I'm actually working from one ball of yarn and the way I do it is I do this method here which I've got a video of I

will post a I will post the tutorial on how to do that it's a Navajo plying technique and I show the video with crochet but you can do it for anything so when you end up coming to the end of this loop that's here see this loop you

actually end up grabbing through the loop this piece of yarn and then keep going on and then when you put it together it becomes three strands so it's a really great way to make use of one ball of yarn then you just keep tying in one so if

you want to check out that video you're welcome to it I hope this has helped you today please share be sure to look in the comments for our website be sure and that's in the description give us a like and a comment if this has helped you or

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How to Knit a Scarf for Beginners Step By Step

Hey! I’m Davina from sheepandstitch.

com, and today we’re going to learn how to knit a beginners scarf step by step.

This tutorialis for total beginners and complete newbies.

We’ll go through all the steps together, and it’s going to be a lot of fun.

So if you’ve always wanted to knit or you justneed a little refresher, then this course is for you.

And if you’re already a seasonedknitter, then consider sharing this course with someone who has yet to experience thejoy of knitting.

Share the love! And bring them into the knitting fold.

Are you readyto knit? Yeah? Okay, let’s start knitting.

Title: Choosing Yarn and Needles Today I’m knitting with two skeins of TJOCKTMartta the Merino, which is a super delicious merino yarn.

It's a one ply and a bulky weight, which means it'll knit up really quickly.

I mean, look how thick that is, right? Andthis is a beautiful color called Pearl.

And you can get these at sheepandstitch.

com.

I'malso knitting with a pair of 10 mm needles.

Now the needles and yarn that you use canbe anything that you have around.

You don't have to use this particular yarn or needle.

So the yarn that I'm knitting with is a bulkyweight yarn.

This is nice and thick and I like this for beginners because it gives yousomething to hold onto.

You can really grasp this yarn and it's easy to manipulate.

I wouldrecommend that you use yarn that requires needles that are at least 5 mm in size.

Anythingsmaller than that is hard to manipulate for a beginner.

You want to stay away from yarnslike this.

This is a sock weight yarn.

And as you can see, it's really fine.

It's goingto be harder to knit with.

So stay away from yarns that are really thin like this.

You'llwant a worsted weight or an aran weight, all the way up to a bulky weight like this ora super bulky weight.

So the rule is bigger yarns are better for beginners.

So what kind of needles should you use? Thebest place to look is your yarn label.

My yarn label here tells me that the needlesI should use are between 10 and 15mm.

So when you're choosing a needle size, look to youryarn label first and use their recommended needle size as a guide.

So once you've got your yarn and needles, then you're ready for the first leg of your journey, which is casting on! Woohoo! Title: The Cast On So now we're going to cast on.

Now castingon means we're going to get our yarn onto our needles.

Right now, our yarn and needlesare separate from each other and we don't want that.

We need to get our yarn onto ourneedles so that we can knit into it, right? Now obviously we're not going to wrap ouryarn like that.

That won't do.

We need a way to make stitches onto our needle.

So that'swhat casting on does.

We're going to take our yarn and make a slipknot.

We're going to go in 7 or 8 inches from thetail end of our yarn here, and then we're going to make a slipknot at this point.

Soi'm going to make a loop with my yarn like this.

So again, no loop and now we have aloop.

So we'll make a loop with our yarn and we'll take the tail end of our yarn and gobehind that loop.

Then we're going to pick that strand of yarn through our loop.

So herewe go.

Pick that through and then pull.

And now we have a slipknot.

So let's do that again.

I'll undo that slipknot and i'll go in about 7 or 8 inches from the tail end and make asimple loop.

I'll take my tail end and go behind that loopthat i've just made and then pick that strand of yarn through and pull out.

And now I havea slipknot.

So now i'm going to take my needle and putit through the slipknot that i've just made.

So now my slipknot is on my needle.

But theslipknot is really loose.

It's flopping around.

It's not staying stationary.

So I need totighten it up.

I'm going to take these two strands of yarn and pull them together andthat will tighten up my slipknot.

So now you can see it's sitting nice and snug, snug asa bug on my needle.

Perfect.

So now this slipknot has made up my firststitch.

This is my first cast on stitch.

Pretty cool, right? But we need to cast on more stitchesonto our needle because we don't want a scarf that is this wide.

We want a scarf that'sthis wide, right? We need to cast on more stitches.

So what I’m going to do is takemy finger and put it down on my first stitch here becauseI don't want this to be rolling around.

I want it to stay in place.

Lets put our fingerdown and we can start casting on.

So first i'm going to take my left hand and make agun shape.

Then i'm going to go underneath that strand of yarn.

So this is my strandof yarn that's attached to my ball of yarn.

It's not my tiny tail here.

So i'm going totake my left hand, make a gun, go underneath that strand of yarn that's attached to myball of yarn and then i'm going to turn it over to the left.

So now you can see thati've made a loop on my finger.

So i'm going to use my needle and pick up that loop offof my finger.

And I’ll drop it off onto my needle and then pull down.

Cool.

So nowI’ve just made one stitch.

I've cast on my second stitch.

So let's continue doingthis.

We’ll cast on a couple more stitches.

I'll take my left hand and make a gun andgo underneath that strand of yarn and then turn my hand to the left.

And you can seethat i've made a loop with that finger.

I'll use my needle to pick up that loop.

Just likethat.

And then pull down.

There we go.

So here is our third stitch.

One, two, three.

Three stitches that we've cast on.

Pretty cool, right? So we'll continue doing this– making a gun with our left hand, going underneath that strand of yarn and turningit to the left.

And then picking up that loop with our needle.

Just like that.

Then i'mgoing to take my hand off and pull down.

Now a thing to remember is that when you'redoing this, sometimes it will get tricky picking up that loop of yarn.

Sometimes the loop travelsup on your finger.

Ah! And it's off, right? That was a close call.

But if you find thatyou're having trouble picking up that yarn loop, you can hold your yarn in place.

Justgrab it and then let the needle pick up that loop off your finger, nice and steady.

Thenpull down.

So as you get comfortable doing this, youcan go really, really fast.

And when I do it I'm just going like this.

Really fast.

Now the official name for this cast on method is the backward loop cast on.

I find thatthis method is really good for beginners.

It's much less involved than some other castons.

So continue casting on stitches, and cast on about 15 stitches and then we'll takestock of our stitches.

So happy casting on.

This is the first leg of your journey.

Onceyou've completed this, you've only got two more to go.

So cast on your stitches and meetme back here.

Title: The Knit Stitch So now you've cast on 15 stitches onto yourneedle.

Now let's take stock.

So I'm going to spread out my stitches like this and takea look at the width of my stitches.

So basically if we start knitting now, our scarf will bethis width.

If you're happy with this width, then great.

We can start knitting next.

Butif you feel that your scarf is too wide, then you can take off some of your stitches.

Solet's say I wanted my scarf to be this wide, then I would pop off some my stitches justlike this.

Pop them off the needle, there we go.

Gone, gone, gone.

And now my scarfis a bit thinner.

Now let's say you want your scarf to be wider, then you would cast on more stitches.

So the width of your stitches is pretty close tothe width of your scarf.

Let's stay I want a really wide scarf.

Let's say I want thesame width as the scarf at the beginning of the video.

That was 22 stitches.

So, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21 and 22.

So let's say I want a really wide thick scarf, then I would cast on 22 stitches.

And you can see here that is a really big wide scarf.

But I kind of love that.

I love the coziness of a big scarf.

So now, let's move on to the next leg of ourjourney, which is the knit stitch.

Very exciting! So when we work the knit stitch, we're goingto use our right needle.

And we're going to go into the stitch from the bottom to thetop.

So i'm going to push my needle in like that.

Then i'll take my yarn and go from theback to the front of my needle.

Then i'm going to pull that strand of yarn that I just loopedaround my needle through this stitch on my left needle, and i'll push my needle throughand push it off the needle.

Just drop it off.

Don't worry if you didn't catch that the firsttime.

We'll go over this a couple more times and you can always rewind this video.

So let's do this again.

I'm going to takemy right needle and go into the stitch on my left needle and just push my needle throughit.

Just like that.

And you can make really big exaggerated movements.

That's totallyfine because you're just learning the steps right now.

Then i'll take my yarn and go aroundmy right needle from the back to the front and then I'm going to pull the loop that I'vejust made through the stitch on my left.

Here we go.

You can see that loop right there.

I want to catch that on my needle, so I'll push my needle through and then drop thatstitch off the needle.

Cool.

So I've just knit two stitches.

So as we knit our stitches, we're kind oftransporting them from the left needle to our right needle.

They're migrating over fromhere to here as we knit them.

So let's keep going.

Now when you hold your yarn you canloop it around your finger the way i'm doing.

But if this process is making you nervous, you can just grab your yarn.

You can just grip it like this.

Totally fine.

We're justworried about getting the steps down and then we can work on the finesse and the techniqueof holding your needles.

But right now we're just worried about steps.

So if you want todo a caveman grip.

So we'll go from the bottom to the top intoour stitch.

So just push your needle through.

Then we'll take our yarn and go from the backto the front like this.

Then we'll pull that strand of yarn through our stitch and thendrop it off the needle.

So you can repeat this to yourself as you knit.

Go from thebottom to the top.

Wow, that was a big one.

We'll push and then we'll take our yarn andgo from the back to the front.

Then we'll pull that loop that we made through our leftstitch.

There it is! So we'll catch that guy, push our needle through and then drop it offour left needle.

So that's all there is to the knit stitch.

Bottom to the top.

Yarn fromthe back to the front and then we'll pull that loop through.

Here it is.

There's ourguy.

There it is.

And we'll catch that with our needle and drop it off the left needle.

So, don't worry if you feel clumsy when you're first starting out.

You can use all kindsof gripping methods.

Most of the people I teach will grip their yarn like this, andthat's fine.

Whatever feels natural to you, use that method.

You really just want to getthe steps down first.

So, going from the bottom to the top, using your yarn to go from theback to the front, and then picking out that loop and dropping it off the needle.

So theseare all the steps involved with knitting.

And I just want you to get familiar with thesteps and then you can worry about how to hold your needles and how to hold your yarnin a way that's more efficient.

All that kind of stuff, we can work on that later.

Thinkof it like dancing.

When you're learning how to dance you want to get the choreographydown.

You want to get the steps down and then you can work on technique and having morestyle and panache.

But when you're first starting out, you just need to know the steps.

So it'sthe same with knitting.

So work on the knit stitch and you'll want to knit all the stitcheson your left needle.

Then we can move on to the next step.

Title: Next Row and Pep Talk So now I'm nearing the end of my first row.

I've just go two stitches left on my left needle.

So let's knit into these two stitches.

I'm going to go from the back to the front, and then pick that stitch through and thenoff the needle.

And here's my last stitch.

Oh my gosh.

So, here's my last stitch andthere we go.

Woohoo! So now we've just knit our first row.

Pretty awesome, right? Lookat this beautiful first row.

So great.

So once you've finished your first row, youcan turn your needle around.

So i'm going to take my needle and bring it to my lefthand, and take my “naked” needle, the needle that doesn't have stitches on it, intomy right hand.

So that's what you do when you finish a row of knitting.

You always transferit back to your left hand.

Your left hand is for all your stitches.

Your right handis for your working needle or your “naked” needle.

So now we're going to do the exact same thing that we just did.

We're going to continueknitting into our stitches.

So, bottom to the top.

The yarn goes from the back to thefront, and then we'll pick up that loop, push it through our needle, and then drop it off.

So that's all there is.

We would keep on knitting.

Learning how to knit is a lot like learninga new language for your hands.

If this is your first time knitting, yourhands have never held yarn and needles and tried to manipulate them at the same time.

It's a lot to get used to.

So in the same way that when you're learning a new language, you wouldn't expect to be fluent in a day, you can't expect to be an expert knitter ina day, even if you practice a lot.

Your hands need to get used to the rhythm of knitting, and that takes some time and practice.

So don't be discouraged if your first couplerows are a little bit funny and maybe there's some weird holes in them.

Just take the timeto practice.

Give it some time and don't be too worried if you make mistakes.

Practiceand have fun with it.

Your hands are really smart.

They'll find their way around youryarn and needles as you practice.

Title: How to hold your needles (once you'recomfortable with the knit stitch) Once your hands are comfortable holding yourneedles and speaking the language of knitting, then you can hold your needles in a way that'sless clumsy.

How I hold my yarn is I’ll take my right hand and this finger, the onethats beside my pinky finger, and I'll grab my yarn and wrap it around my finger likethis.

And you can wrap it around once or twice.

It doesn't really matter.

Just find what worksfor you.

I usually go once like this.

So I’ll take my finger and go around my yarn oncelike this.

Then I'll use this finger beside my thumb and go underneath that strand of yarn.

So my hand configuration looks like this.

Then when I knit my stitches, I just move my hand up.

I'm going to move my hand up andthen wrap it around my yarn and go through the stitch like that.

That way I'm not grabbingmy yarn and moving my whole hand in that motion.

Instead I’m just moving my hand.

So I'mreally just moving my hand upwards and catching the yarn onto the needle and pulling it throughin one really fluid movement.

So I'll show you how I wrap my yarn again.

Here's my finger.

Just wrap it around and I’ll take this finger and go underneaththat yarn.

So that gives the yarn a bit of tension and when I knit I just move my handup and drop it off.

And move my hand up and catch the needle with it and just move itand pick it off like that.

So when you're first starting out, do not feel bad aboutholding your yarn like this: going into your needle, going all the way around and pullingit through.

It’s okay.

Okay? It's totally okay.

You have to learn the steps first andthen you can work on how you want to hold your needles and all that fancy stuff.

So continue knitting until your scarf is thelength that you like, and by the end of this you'll be an expert in the knit stitch.

Title: Slipped Selvedge Now if you like the look of this clean edgehere, well it’s really easy to achieve that.

All you need to do is slip the first stitchof every row.

Basically, when you get to the first stitch of your row, instead of knittingit as you normally would do like this, you would put your needle into it as if you weregoing to knit, and then drop it off the needle.

Continue knitting the rest of the stitches.

That's all there is to getting a nice clean edge to your knitting.

So here we go.

I'mnearing the end of my row here, and here's my last stitch.

Now I'm going to turn my workaround.

On the first stitch of this row, I'm going to slip it.

I’ll go into this stitchas if I were going to knit it, and then slip it right off.

And continue knitting.

And that'sall there is to getting a nice clean edge.

Just slip the first stitch of every row.

Title: The Cast Off Hey! So look at my scarf! It's super long.

Look at this sea of knit stitch.

I can't wait to wear this out.

So now i'm ready to castoff my stitches.

What casting off means is getting your knitting off of your needlesso you can wear this in public.

You don't want to walking around with a pair of needlesattached to your scarf.

That's kind of weird.

Good conversation starter, but still kindof weird.

So we want to get our scarf off of our needles, and that's what a cast offwill do.

So we're going to knit two stitches.

So we'llgo one, knit one, and then knit two.

So now we're going to take our left needle and gointo the first stitch that we just knit.

Then bring it over our second stitch.

So here wego.

I'm just going to drop it and you can see my second stitch is right here.

I’mgoing to drop it over the second stitch.

So I've just cast off one stitch now.

I onlyhave one stitch left on my needle .

The other stitch has been cast off right here.

And youcan see this as we move on.

So now i've got one stitch on my right needle and I'm goingto knit another stitch.

So in order to cast off you always need to have two stitches onyour right needle.

So i'm going to take my left needle and go underneath that first stitchand then bring it over my second stitch.

So I'm going to go over.

There it is.

So nowi've brought it over and now I once again have one stitch on my right needle and mysecond stitch has been cast off right here.

So let's do this again.

w e would basicallywork across our whole row like this.

Once again I have two stitches on my right needleand i'm going to bring my left needle into that first stitch.

If you're worried aboutboth of your stitches falling off your needle when you bring it over, you can always tightenthat second stitch by pulling on your yarn.

And now your stitch here is really tight againstyour needle, and when you pull your second stitch over it, it won't fall off becauseyou're pulling really tight on this yarn.

So we would continue doing this.

Knit onestitch so that you've got two stitches on your right needle.

Then go into that firststitch that you just knit and bring it over the second stitch.

And that's all there isto casting off.

Two stitches on your right needle, bring your needle into that firststitch and then over your second stitch just like this.

And if you're worried you can alwaysuse your hand to grab a hold of yours stitch so it doesn't fall off.

You can use any methodthat you want that makes you feel comfortable.

Now you can see that as we've casted off, this is the edge of our knitting and it's being cast off of our needle nice and safely.

It looks really beautiful on this nice edge here.

And that's what happening as you castoff.

You're binding off your stitches so that they're secure and they won't unravel.

Socast off all the stitches on this row and meet me back here when you have one stitchleft.

We'll knit up this last stitch.

So now I haveone stitch left on my row and you can see that the rest of my row has been cast off, and it looks so great! I can't wait to wear this scarf.

So now we have one stitch lefton our needle, and we're going to get out our scissors.

So i've got a pair right here.

I'm going to cut off my tail end, but i'm going to leave five or six inches, maybe seveninches, of my tail end.

Then i'm going to cut if off.

So now i'm going to bring my tailend and bring it to the front of my needle.

Then i'm going to take my stitch and bringit over that tail end of my yarn and then just pull it through.

Woohoo! I'll pull tightlyon that.

And now i've just cast off my scarf.

Can yo believe it? My scarf is off the needles, and now I can wear it out into the world.

Except for one last thing, which is this littleyarn tail right here and the yarn tail at the beginning of our work.

We need to weavein this end so that its nice and neat and hidden into our scarf.

So we're going to dothat next.

Title: Weaving in Ends So here's my tail end.

I want to weave thisinto my scarf so that it's secure and also invisible.

So i'm going to use a tapestryneedle for this.

You can get this at most craft stores.

It's pretty inexpensive andvery handy.

So if you plan on doing any more knitting you'll want to invest in a tapestryneedle.

I'm going to take the tail end of my yarnand push it into the eye of this needle.

And now we're going to weave this tail end intoour work.

So the great thing about this fabric is that it has all these little bumps in it, which is great for camouflaging things like your tail end.

So i'm going to take my needleand go into a little bump that's close to my tail end.

So I'm going to go into one that'sclose by, and i'll pull it down to make it even.

I'll move into this next little bumpto the left of it, and i'm going to go down one of these bumps.

So i'm going up and down.

I'm not pulling really tightly.

Im just keeping the same tension as the knitting.

So i'm goingto go up into one of these bumps, and then I'm going to go down into one of these bumps.

So I'm going to go in five or six times.

That's pretty good.

Maybe I’ll go in one more timehere.

That looks pretty good to me.

So after I do this, I like to stretch it out a littlebit so that the tail end isn't pulling at the fabric.

That looks good.

So lets lookon the other side.

It looks practically invisible on this side as well.

The whole point of thisis to hide the tail end and to secure it in place.

So now I'm going to take out my scissorsand cut off that tail end.

Wow.

So now you can wear your scarf out into the world, keepwarm and enjoy! And that is how you knit a beginner scarf.

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I’m Davina of sheepandstitch.

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Have a great day and happy knitting!.