Finger Knit Wreath

Finger Knit Wreath
Finger Knit Wreath

If you have always wanted to learn how to finger knit, this is the perfect DIY wreath for you to start with. Celebrate the coming of the cold season with this gorgeous, white, Finger Knit Wreath. Add a few embellishments like holly or berries to dress it up a bit, and really make that seasonal style pop. The frosty color of the wreath looks amazing on top of a bold red, blue, or green front door. As a bonus, this winter wreath works for Christmas too, allowing you to display it all season long! The best part about this DIY wreath is that you can whip it up in practically no time, making it the perfect Christmas gift idea for when you're in a pinch. Get those fingers warmed up by learning how to finger knit with this fun project!

Estimated Cost$31+

Time to CompleteLonger than a weekend

Primary TechniqueKnitting



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I already know how to finger knit, but was looking for ideas on what to do with the finished product. Finger knitting goes very quickly and it's something you can do while watching tv. This is a lovely wreath. I will make it in ivory and attach burgundy ribbon or berries. I love using yarn in unusual ways.

it never tells you how to knit it :-(

My link did work. If you look carefully (it is hard to see) at the beginning of the instructions there is a link to another blog that tells you how to "finger knit". It is very similar to how those bracelets are made that all the kids love right now. Hope you find it.

When the link loads, if you scroll down you will find Anne's tutorial on how to finger knit this wreath. It's about half way down the post, hope this helps! -Editor JB

As per SylviaC, the link doesn't work. Please provide the correct link for this lovely wreath.

The link does not work.


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