Learn how to crochet using your fingers by watching these video tutorials.
While finger-knitting has been quite the rage in the past couple of years, it's also possible to crochet with your fingers and make some very impressive projects, including infinity scarves and more. These finger crochet tutorial videos show you how to use your fingers to crochet with thick and thin yarn, as well numerous threads grouped together. Then you can learn how to finger crochet an infinity scarf in the last two videos. Happy crocheting!
Vickie Howell teamed up with Yarnspirations to create a finger crochet tutorial using a very thick yarn, which will probably be easier to use at first, unless you're an experienced crocheter. Of course finger crochet can also be a great craft for kids to learn when they're looking for something to do. They'll most likely want to use a thick yarn as well.
Laura Eccleston of HappyBerry Crochet demonstrates how to finger crochet with a thin yarn, admitting that it can be a little "fiddly." However the result can be very impressive if you have the patience and focus. She also explains how to make a slipknot and details about counting rows.
Designer Sara Delaney teamed up with Webs to make a finger crochet tutorial in which she uses multiple strands of lightweight yarn grouped together to make one large effect. The different colors also contrast nicely with Sara's fingers to show how the individual knots and loops are made.
While a lot of finger crochet projects come off looking like novelty items or conversation pieces, Lily uses lightweight charcoal and black yarn to make a stylish finger-crochet infinity scarf. Plus she made it in about an hour, so it can be a fun afternoon craft that you don't have to work on for weeks.
If you want to make a big statement accessory, watch this tutorial on finger crocheting an infinity scarf with Lion Brand's Wool-Ease Thick and Quick yarn. Only one skein is needed to make an impressive piece with a stitch that's much tighter than what you typically get arm-crocheting.