How To Finger Knit Like A Pro
One of the oldest forms of knitting, finger knitting led to the development of other types of textile knotting techniques, like crochet and loom-knitting. It's not as widely practiced these days as tool-based methods, but the fact is, it's a great skill to have precisely because you only need one tool: your own hands. You can finger knit just about anywhere, even on planes, where your knitting needles might be prohibited.
This handy video from the stitch-loving maestros at Fiber Flux will introduce you to the simple, fun world of finger knitting, and have you cranking out stylish yarn creations in no time.